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'SOL JU8TITI/E ET OCCIDENTEM ILLUSTRA 



CATALOGUE 



OFFICERS AND ALUMNI 



RUTGEES COLLEGE 

(ORIGINALLY QUEEN'S COLLEGE) 



IN NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



1766 TO 1916 






TRENTON, N. J.: 

Statb Gazbttb Publishing 'Co., Printers 

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Former editions of the General Catalogue have been issued in 1835, 
1840, 1855, 1859, 1871, 1885 and 1909. The present edition is published 
one hundred and fifty years after the granting of the charter. 

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HISTOEUCAL SKETCH. 



Rutgers College was founded as Queen*s College, November 10, 1766. 
It was the eighth collegiate founding in the American colonies, and had 
its origin especially in the zeal for education and religion shown by the 
Dutch colonists in New York and New Jersey. Early in the eighteenth 
centurj% the Reverend Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen, distinguished 
pastor and evangelist of his time, urged the erection of such a college. 
His son, the Reverend Theodorus Frelinghuysen, continued the effort, 
persistently seeking the necessary sympathy and resources both in this 
country and Holland. With both of these pioneers the layman, Hendrichi^ 
Fisher, President of the first Provincial Congress of New Jersey, was 
especially associated. As the movement came to successful issue, the 
Reverend Jacob Rutsen Hardenbergh, afterwards president of the Col- 
lege, was the leader. 

The charter was granted in the name of George the Third, by His 
Excellency William Franklin, Governor of the Province of New Jersey. 
No copy of this document is now known to be in existence, but under its 
provisions the Board of Trustees was created and meetings were called. 
A second charter was granted March 20, 1770, in answer to the Trustees' 
desire for slight amendment, and under its provisions, almost unchanged, 
the institution has continued until now. It provides for a college to be 
called Queen's College, in honor of the royal consort, Charlotte, and to 
be erected for "the education of youth in the learned languages, liberal 
and useful arts and sciences, and especially in divinity." The College 
was located by the Trustees at New Brunswick, New Jersey, where it 
has occupied successively three sites. During the Revolutionary War its 
activities were at different times removed to neighboring villages, and the 
tutors in charge. Colonel Frederick Frelinghuysen and Colonel John Tay- 
lor, were frequently called away for the civil and military service which 
they so patriotically and conspicuously fulfilled. In their absence in- 
struction was given by John Bogart, one of the first alumni of the Col- 
lege. In 1808 the present campus was acquired and the erection of the 
College hall begun, still called Queen's Building. 

In 1825, in recognition of the widespread benevolent donations of Col- 
onel Henry Rutgers of New York, the Trustees secured amendment of 
the charter changing the name from Queen's to Rutgers College. From 
that time Rutgers College has maintained a continuous work of liberal 
education, increasing from time to time its corps of professors and in- 
sti*uctors, its buildings and equipment, its number of students and grad- 
uates. The course of study maintained from the origin of the College 
has been a classical or liberal arts course, leading to the degree of Bach- 
elor of Arts, A.B. In 1864 the ITrustees organized a*scientific course of 
study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science, B.Sc, and on 4th 
April, of that year, the S^ate of New Jersey declared "The Trustees 
of Rutgers College in New Jersey, maintaining Rutgers Scientific School," 
to be "The State College for the Benefit of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts." With such State College the United States, by act of 2d March, 
1888, associated a department known as the "Agricultural Experiment 
Station." Since 1901 a course of study leading to the degree of Bach- 
elor of Letters, Litt.B., has also been maintained. 



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COMPILER'S NOTICE. 
ii 

After earnest efforts to secure complete information concerning all the 

men whose names occur, there are yet many lacking items. Any one 

into whose hands the book comes will confer a favor upon the College by 

sending any of these facts within his knowledge to the compiler, so that 

the defect may be remedied in later editions. The correction of errors 

will also be welcome. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

N. B. New Brunswick, N. J. 

P. and S. Physicians and Surgeons. 

R. C. A. Reformed Church in America. 

R. D. Reformed Dutch Church. 

Presb. Presbyterian. 

Cong'l. Congregational. 

. M. E. Methodist Episcopal. 

Episc. Episcopal. 

U. P. United Presbyterian. 



NOTES. 

1. The asterisk (*) indicates the decease of the person. 

2. The names which are given in each class after this line 



are those who were members of the class but did not receive a degree. 



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CONTENTS. 

' PAGE. 

Trustees 7 

4 

Secretaries of Trustees 23 

Treasurers 24 

Presidents 25 

Vice-Presidents 34 

Faculty 34 

Librarians 62 

Faculty of Medicine 62 

Alumni 66 

Graduate students 310 

Advanced degrees 314 

Alumni of Medical School 323 

Honorary degrees 328 

Summary 382 

Index of officers 387 

(xeographical index 399 

General index 451 



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TRUSTEES. 



The foDowing trustees were called to a meeting at Hackensack on the 
second Tuesday of May, 1767 : 

of the city of new york. 

Simon Johnson, Esq *1772 

Philip Livingston, Esq *1808 

Theodobus Van Wyck, Esq *1778 

Born, 1718. Died, 1778. 
Abram Lott, Esq ' *1789 

Born, Apr. 30, 1714. Merchant. Treasurer, State of New York, 

1767. Died, Oct. 31, 1789. 

OF the province. 

Sir Wm. Johnson, Bart., Johnstown *1774 

Borti at Smithtown, Ireland, 1715. Superintendent of Indian 
Affairs, New York, 1743-74. Major-General, 1755. Received 
grant of 100,000 acres from king for military services. Died 
July 11, 1774. 

Robert Livingston, Esq., Clermont. *1795 

Died, Dec. 6, 1795. 
Col. Johannis Hardenberg, Rosendale *1786 

Born, July 28, 1706. Member, Provincial Congress, 1775. With 

Gen. Washington in defence of New York City, 1776. Died, Aug. 

20," 1786. 
Col. Abram Hasbroeck, Kingston *1791 

Born at Guilford, N. Y., Aug. 21, 1707. Merchant. Member, 

Provincial Assembly. Lieut.-Col., Militia. Member, N. Y. State 

Legislature. Died, Nov. 10, 1791. 
Levi Paaling, Esq., Marbletown *1782 

Delegate to N. Y. Proyinciai Congress, 1776. Colonel. Senator, 

1777. Judge, 1777. Died, Mch. 1, 1782. 
Col. James Bbinckerhoff, Fishkill *1785 

Born at Flushing, L. I., 1702. Died at Fishkill, N. Y., May 

26, 1785. 
Col. Nicholas Still well, Gravesend *1776' 

Bom, Dec. 2, 1709. Died, Oct. 1, 1776. 
Col. Matthew Hoffman, Red Hook Landing *1772 

Born, Feb. 6, 1706. Miller. Judge of Common Pleas, Dutchess 

county, 1751. Died, Aug. 29, 1772. 

Jacob H. Ten Eyck, Esq <. 

Col. Abram Herring, Tappaan ; 

Isaac Vrooman, Esq 

Bernardus Ryder, Esq 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov, 7, 1715. 

Rev. Samuel Verbryck, Tappaan *1784 

Born In Somerset Co., N. J., Apr. 30, 1721. Studied theology 
under J. Leydt, Goetschlus and Vanderlinde. Licensed to 
preacb, 1749. Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died, Jan. 31, 1784. 

Rev. Eilardus Westerlo, Albany *1790 

Bom at Groningen, Holland. 1738. Studied theology at Univ. 
Groningen, Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died, Dec. 26, 1790. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



Rev. John Schuneman, Catskill *1794 

Bom at East Camp, Aug. "fS, 1712. Studied theology under T. 
Frelinghuysen and Goetschius. Licensed, 1753. Dutch Re- 
formed clergyman. Died, May 16, 1794. 

Rev. John Mauritius Goetschius, New Paltz *1771 

Born in Thurgau, Switzerland, July, 1724. Studied theology 
with J. H. Goetschius. Licensed, 1754. Dutch Reformed clergy- 
man. Died, Mch. 17, 3 771. 

Rev. Barent Vrooman, Schenectady *1783 

Born at Schenectady, N. Y., Dec. 24, 1725. Studied theology 
with Cor. Van Santvoord and T. Frelinghuysen. Univ. Utrecht, 
1750-52. Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died, Nov. 15, 1783. 

OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW JERSEY. 

His Excellency, the Governor ^ 

The President of the Council I .^ ^, ! . 

The Honorable, the Chief Justice ^ For the time being. 

The Attorney-General J 

Peter Hassenclever, Ringwood *1793 

Born at Remscheid, F'hrlnghausen, Germany, Nov. 24, 1716. 
General Manager, London Iron Co., 1764-71. Linen manu- 
facturer, Silesia, Germany. Died at Landeshut, Silesia, June 
13, 1793. 

Hendrick E^sher, Esq.," Bound Brook ♦1779 

Bom in Lower Palatinate, Germany. 1697. Member, Colonial 
Assembly, 1745-75. President of Trustees of Queen's College, 
, 1769. Chairman, Committee of Safety, 1776. With Dr. J. R. 
Hardenberg, instrumental in locating Queen's College at New 
Brunswick, N. J. Died, Aug. 16, 1779. 

Philip French, New Brunswick 

Born before 1702, probably in New York City. Owner of ferry 

rights and a large amount of land at New Brunswick, N.'J. 

Died about 1782. 
John Van Metern 

Bom, Sept. 23, 1731. 

Peter Schenck, Somerset County 

Peter Zabriskie, Esq., Hackensack 

TuYNES Dye, Esq., Acquacononck. *1787 

Born near Paterson, N. J., Oct. 29, 1726. Member, N. J. As- 
sembly, 1761-83. Member, N. J. Council, 1779-81. Died, June 
10, 1787. 

Hendrick Kuypers, Esq., Bergen, N. J tl782 *1783 

Captain of Militia under Col, Tuynes Dye. 
Rev. John Henry Goetschius, Hackensack *1774 

Born, 1717. Studied at Zurich and under Dorslus. Licensed, 

1741. Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died. 1774. 

Rev. John Lyt, Brunswick » *1783 

Born in. Holland, 1718. Studied theology under Frelinghuysen 
and Goetschius. Licensed, 1748. Dutch Reformed clergyman. 
Died, June 2, 1783. 

Rev. David Marinus, Achquegkenonk 

Studied in Pennsylvania. Licensed, 1752. Dutch Reformed 
clergyman. 

Rev. Johannes Martinus Van Harlingen, Harlingen *1795 

Born near Millstone, N. J.. 1724. Coll. N. J. Studied theology 
in Holland. Llcetfsed, 1761. Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died, 
Dec. 23, 1795. 

Rev. Jacob Rutsen Hardenberg, Raritan *1790 

President, Queen's, 1785-^0. 



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TRUSTEES. 



Rev. William Jackson, Bergen ♦ISIS 

Born, 1732. Studied theology under J. Frellnghuysen and J. 
H. Goetschlus. Licensed, 1757. A.M. (Univ. Utrecht; Colum- 
bia, 1761; Yale, 1763; Coll. N. J., 1771). Dutch Reformed 
clergyman. lUed. 1813. 

Rev. PniLiP Wybebg, Philadelphia 

Rev. Jonathan DuBois, Bucks, in Pennsylvania *1772 

Born at Pittsgrove, N. J., Dec. 3, 1727. Studied theology with 
Rev. David Evans and at New London, Pa. Licensed, 1750. 
Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died, Dec. 15, 1772. 

The following trustees were appointed by the charter from George III. 
in 1770, William Franklin, Esq., being Governor of New Jersey: 

The Governor or Commander-in-Chief, 
fThe President of the Council or Chief Justice, ,and our Attorney- 
General of Said Colony for the time being ; 

Sib William Johnson, Baronet, and 

tREV. Johannes Henbicus Goetschius 

fREv. Johannes Leydt 

tREV. David Maubinus ; 

fREV. Johannes Martinus Van Hablingen 

tREV. Jacob R. Habdenbebgh, and 

Rev. William Jackson, of our said Colony of New Jersey 

tREV. Samuel Vebbbyk 

Rev. Babent Vbooman 

Rev. Maubice Goetschius 

Rev. Eilabdus Westeblo ^ 

Rev. John Schuneman, of our Province of New York, and .... 

Rev. Phiijp Wyt^ebg and * 

tREV. Jonathan 1)u Bois, of the Province of Pennsylvania.... 

tHENDBICK FiSHEB 

tPETEB ZABBISKIE 

Peteb Hasencleveb 

tPETEB SCHteNCK 

Tunis Dey 

tPHiLip Fbench 

John Covenhoven, Marlboro 

tHENBicus KuYPEB, of our Colony of New Jersey, Esqrs., and .... 

Simon Johnson ; 

Philip Livingston ^ 

t Johannes Habdenbebgh 

Abbaham Hasbbouck 

Theodobus Van Wyck 

Abbaham Lott 

Robebt Livingston 

tLEvi Pauling 

t John Bbinckebhoff 

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10 RUTGEBS COLLEaE. 



Mabtinus Hoffman 

Jacob H. Ten Eyck 

fJoHN Habing 

Isaac Vbooman ! ., 

Babnabdus Rydeb, of our Province of New York, Esqrs 

It will be seen that the Trustees appointed by the Charter of 1770 
are the same as those caUed to the meeting of the second Tuesday of May, 
17G7, with the following exceptions : 

(1) Several of the names are spelled differently. 

(2) The first name of Col. Brinckerhoff in the Charter is given as 
John instead of James, and of Col. Hoffman as Martinus, instead of 
Matthew. In both these changes the Charter is probably correct. 

(3) The name of John Covenhoven is substituted for that of John Van 
Metern, and that of John for that of Abram Haring. 

A meeting of the Trustees appointed by the Charter or 1770 was held 
at Hackensack, N. J., May 7th, 1771. The names of those who attended 
this meeting are marked thus (t). Abraham Van Neste and Benjamin 
Benson, appointed Trustees in 1771, were also present. The Hon. 
Frederick Smith, Chief Justice of the Province of New Jersey, presided. 
At this meeting the college was fixed at New Brunswick, N. J. 



TRUSTEES SUBSEQUENTLY ELECTED. 
The dagger (f) indicates the date of resignation. 

APPOINTED. 

1771 Abbaham Van Neste, Weston, Somerset County, N. J *1779 

Member of council for Somerset county. Died, Aug. 15, 1779. 

17,71 Benjamin Benson 

1771 Rev. Chbistian Fbederick Fobbing, Millstone, N. J *1779 

Born, 1736. Studied theology under Weyberg. Licensed, 1769. 
Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died, Mch. 29, 1779. 

1782 Col. John Neilson, New Brunswick, N. J *1833 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 11, 1745. Colonel, 2d 
Reg. Middlesex Militia, 1776. Brigadier-General, 1777. Member, 
Continental Congress, 1778-79. Died, Mch. 3, 1833. 

1782 John Schuubman, New Brunswick, N. J *1795 

Born, Feb. 27, 1729. Member Legislature. Judge. Had store- 
house at foot oif Dutch (now Schureman) St., New Brunswick. 
Treasurer, Queen's, 1791-95. Died, July 6, 1795. 

1782 RuLUFF Van Dyck tl783 

1782 James Hude, New Brunswick, N. J 

1782 Gen. Fbedebick Fbelinghuysen, Millstone, N. J *1804 

Born In Somerset county, N. J.. Apr. 13, 1753. A.B. (Coll. N. 
J., 1770). Tutor. Queen's, 1771-75. Lawyer. Member, Pro- 
vincial Congress N. J.. 1775. Member, Continental Congress, 
1778-79. 82-83. Colonel In Revolution. U. S. Senator. 1793-96. 
MajQr-General, 1794. Died, Apr. 13, 1804. 

1782 Lawbence Van Debveeb, M.D., Roycefield, N. J. .tl811 *1815 

Began practice before Revolution. Member, N. J. Medical So- 
ciety, 1776. Died, 1815. 

1782 Col. Hendbick Van Dyck, New Brunswick, N. J *1818 

1782 Ebnestus Van Hablingen, New Brunswick, N. J.. .tl807. .*1824 
Born at Harlem, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1732. Farmer near Millstone, 
N. J. Died, Jan. 10, 1824. 



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APPOINTED. 

1782 Hon. James Sc^^BEMAN, New Brunswick, N. J *1824 

A.B. (Queen's, 1775). 

1782 Henby Tbaphaoen, Jersey City, N. J ♦1857 

Died, May 26. 1857. (?) 

1782 OoL. Pehcb D. Vboom, South Branch, N. J tl825 .... ♦1831 

Bom, Jan. 27, 1745. Lleut.-Ool. In Revolution. Sheriff. Mem- 
ber, Assembly. Judge. Died. Nov., 1831. 

1782 Abraham Dubyea, New York City ^1797 

Born, 1724. Merchant. Died, 1797. 
1782 Peteb Vredenbubgh, Jb., New Brunswick, N. J ♦ISIO 

Bom, 1720. Secretary, Trustees, Queen's, 1782-84. 

1782 DiBCK Van Veqhten, New Brunswick, N. J tl7S9 

1783 Rev. Solomon Fboeligh, D.D., Hackensack, N. J., tl810..^1827 
D.D. (Queen's, 1811). 

1783 Rev. Matthew Leydt, N. & S., Hampton, Pa *1783 

A.B. (Queen's, 1774). 

1783 Rev. Simeon Van Absdalen, Readington, N. J ^1786 

A.B. (Queen's, 1780). 

1783 Rev. Benjamin Du Bois, Freehold, N. J ^1827 

Bora at Pittsgrove, N. J., Mch. 30, 1739. Studied theology under 
J. H. Goetschius. Licensed, 1764. Dutch Reformed clergyman. 

1783 Col. Azabiah Dunham, New Brunswick, N. J ^1790 

Born, 1719. Surveyor. Member, Continental Congress. Mem- 
ber, Committee of Safety, 1776. Died, 1790. 

1783 Abbaham Van Buben, M.D., Millstone, N. J flSll. . . .♦1813 

Born, 1737. Physician In Millstone, 1760-1813. Died, Mch. 

15, 1813. 

1784 Peteb Vbedenbubqh, Sb., New Brunswick, N. J ^1823 

Born, 1744. Treasurer, Middlesex county, N. J., 1781-1823. 
Died, Aug. 24, 1823. 

1784 Rynieb Veghte, Somerville, N. J flSlO .... ^1833 

Born, 1754. Died in mUsborough township, Somerset county, 
N. J., 1833. 

1784 Edwabd Bunn, Somerset county, N. J 

Member of Assembly, 1781. 

1785 Rev. John Henby Livingston, S.T.D., New Brunswick, 

N. J Re-elected 1800. . . . ^1825 

President, Queen's, 1810-25. 
1785 Rev. Theodobic Romeyn, D.D., Schenectady, N. Y ♦1804 

D.D. (Queen's, 1789). 
1785 Rev. Isaac Blauvelt, Paramus, N. J tl831 ^1840 

A.B. (Queen's, 1783). 

1785 William Van Deubsen, New Brunswick, N. J. . .tl793 ♦1816 

Born, Mch., 1736. Died, Oct. 17, 1816. 

1786 Rev. John Dubyee, Raritan, N. J tl829 ♦ISSe 

Born, 1760. (?) Studied theology under Livingston. Licensed, 
1784. Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died, 1836. (?) 

1787 Rev. Rynieb Van Nest, Jamaica, N. Y tl810 ^1813 

Born near North Branch, N. J., Feb. 8, 1739. Ucensed, 1773. 
Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died, July 9, 1813. 

1787 Rev. Abbaham Beach, D.D., New York City tl825 ♦1828 

Born at Cheshire, Conn., 1740. A.B. (Yale, 1757). Ordained 
in Prot. Episc. Church, 1767. Missionary at Piscataqua, N. J. 
D.D. (Columbia, 1789). Died near New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 
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APPOINTED. 

1787 Rev. William Linn, D.D., New York City *1808 

President pro tempore, Queen's, 1791-94. 
1787 Rev. Elias Van Bunschooten, Clove, N. J *1815 

Born at New Hackensack, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1738. A.B. (Coll. N. 

J.. 1768). Studied theology tinder Meyer. Licensed, 1773. 

Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died, Jan. 10, 1815. 

1787 Rev. John M. Van Hablingen, Millstone, N. J *1813 

A.B. (Queen's, 1783). 

1787 Abchibald Mebceb, Newark, N. J tl814 *1814 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1747. Judge, Somerset county, 
1794. Died. May 4, 1814. 

1788 Rev. John Bassett, S.T.D., Gravesend, N. Y *1824 

Born at Bushwick, N. Y., 1764. A.B. (Columbia. 1786). Studied 
theology under Livingston. 1787. Dutch Reformed clergyman. 
Teacher of Hebrew, N. B. Sem., 1804-12. S.T.D. (Williams, 
1804). Died, 1824. 

1788 Rev. Peteb Studdifobd, Readington, N. J *1826 

Born in New York CMty, 1763. A.B. (Columbia. 1786). A.M. 
(Columbia, 1787). Studied theology under Livingston, 1787. 
Dutch Reformed clergyman. Instructor In Hebrew, N. B. Sem., 
1813-14. Died. Nov. 30, 1826. 

1788 Gen. Anthony Walton White, New Brunswick, N. J *1803 

Born near New Brunswick. N. J., July 7. 1750. Aid to Gen. 
Washington. Lleut.-CoL. 3d Battalion, N. J., 1777-80. Colonel, 
1780. General, 1794. Died, Feb. 10, 1803. 

1790 John Habdenbebgh, Somerville, N. J *1798 

Born, Apr. 11. 1759. SheriflF. Treasurer, Queen's, 1790-91. 
Died. July 23, 1798. 

1790 Lewis Fobd Dunham, M.D., New Brunswick, N. J *1821 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 31. 1754. Surgeon in 
American Army, 1776. Colonel of militia under Gov. Franklin. 
Mavor of New Brunswick. 1784. President, State Med. Soc, 
. 1791, 1816. Died, Aug. 26, 1821. 

1790 Abbaham Schuyleb, New Brunswick, N. J tl793 

Born, Apr. 8, 1741. 

1790 Jaques Voobhees, Six Mile Run, N. J *1792 

Born at Six Mile Run, N. J., Dec. 18, 1733. Farmer and mer- 
chant. Died, Mch. 24, 1792. 

1791 Rev. Henby Van Dyck, D.D *1804 

D.D. (Queen's, 1792). 

1792 Jacob Rutsen Habdenbeboh, Jb., New Brunswick, N. J. . .*1841 
A.B. (Queen's, 1788). 

1792 Hon. Andbew Kibkpatbick, New Brunswick, N. J., tl809. .*1831 

A.M. (Queen's, 1783). 
1792 Hon. Robebt Mobeis, LL.D., New Brunswick, N. J *1815 

LL.D. (Queen's, 1791). 
1794 Rev. Iba Condict, D.D., New Brunswick, N. J *1811 

President pro tempore. Queen's, 1794-1810. 

1794 CoBNELius Van Mabta 

ISOO Rev. William Richmond Smith, Neshanic, N. J *1820 

Born In Lancaster county. Penn., 1752. Coll. N. J. Dutch Re- 
formed clergyman. Died, 1820. 
1800 Rev. John Schubeman Vbedenbubgh, Raritan, N. J *1821 

A.B. (Queen's, 1794). 
1800 Rev. James Spenceb Cannon, D.D., New Brunswick, N. J., *1852 

A.M. (Queen's, 1811). 
1800 Rev. John Schubeman, S.T.D., New Brunswick, N. J *1818 

A.B. (Queen's, 1785). 



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APPOINTBD. 

1800 Rev. Henby Polhbmus, Shawangunk, N. Y *1816 

Born at Harlingen, N. J., May 31, 1772. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1794). Studied theology under Romeyn, 1798. Dutch Reformed 
clergyman. Died, Nov, 2, 1816. 

1800 Hon. John Fbelinghtjysen, Raritan, N. J *1833 

A.B. (Queen's, 1792). 
1800 Abraham Blauvelt, New Brunswick, N. J 

A.B. (Queen's, 1789). 
1800 Jacob Taixman, New Brunswick, N. J tl807 

A.B. (Queen's, 1790). 
1800 Robert Boggs, New Brunswick, N. J *1831 

Born at Shrewsbury, N. J. Lawyer. Clerk, U. S. District Court. 

Died. 1831. 

1804 Fbedebick Van Dyke, New Brunswick, N. J *1811 

1804 Charles Smith, M.D., New Brunswick, N. J tl839 *1848 

M.B. (Queen's. 1792). 
1804 William P. Deare, New Brunswick, N. J *1826 

A.B. (Queen's, 1794). 
1804 Martin Schenck, Millstone, N. J *1823 

Sheriff, Somerset county. 
1807 Rev. John M. Bradford, D.I>., Albany, N. Y *1827 

Born at Hanover, N. J., May 15. 1781. A.B. (Brown, 1800). 

Studied theology with Dr. Ashbell Green. Licensed, 1803. Dutch 

Reformed clergyman. Tutor, Coll. N. J., 1803-04. Died, Mch. 

27. 1827. 

1807 Rev. Wilhelmus Eltinge, D.D., Paramus, N. J *1851 

D.D. (Rutgers, 1839). 

1807 Staats Van Deursen, New Brunswick, N. J tl823. . .'.*1847 

A.B. (Queen's. 1791). 

1807 Rev. John Nelson Abeel, D.D., New York City *1812 

Born in New York City, 1769. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1787). Studied 
theology under Livingston and Witherspoon. 1793. Tutor. Coll. 
N. J., 1791-93. Presb. clergyman. Trustee, Columbia, 1799- 
1812. D.D. (Harvard, 1804). Died. Jan. 19. 1812. 

1809 Rev. James Van Campen Romeyn, Hackensack, N. J *1840 

A.M. (Queen's, 1811). 
1809 Rt. Rev. John Croes, D.D., New Brunswick, N. J. .tl816. .*1832 

Born, June 1, 1761. Prot.-Eplsc. clergyman. Ordained, 1792. 

Principal, Queen's College, 1801-07. First Bishop of New Jersey, 

1815-32. D.D. (Columbia, 1811). Died, July 26, 1832. 

1811 Rev. Peter Labagh, D.D., Harlingen, N. J *1858 

A.M. (Queen's, 1811). 
1811 Rev. John Lansing Zabriskie, Millstone, N. J *1850 

Bom at Albany, N. Y., Mch. 4, 1779. A.B. (Union, 1797). 

Studied theology under D. Romeyn, 1800. Dutch Reformed 

clergyman. Died, Aug. 15, 3 850. 

1811 Daniel Harrison Condict *1811 

Born, Mch. 29, 1791. Tutor, Queen's, 1809-11. Died, Aug. 28, 
1811. 

1812 Hon. James Parker, Perth Amboy, N. J *1868 

Bom at Bethlehem, Hunterdon county, N. J.. Mch. 3, 1776. 

A.B. (Columbia. 1793). Member, N. J. Legislature, 1806-28. 
Member, Congress, 1832-36. Donor of land for Queen's cam- 
pus. Died, Apr. 1, 1868. 

1812 Rev. Cornelius T. Demarest, New York City. . .tl832 *1862 

A.M. (Queen's, 1811). 
1812 Rev. Jacob Brodhead, D.D., New York City tl845 *1855 

A.M. (Queen's, 1811). 



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APPOINTED. 

1812 Rev. Charles Hardenbebgh, Bedminster, N. J *1821 

A.M. (Queen's, 1811). 

1814 Rev. Jesse Fonda, Montgomery, N. Y *1827 

Born at Watervliet, N. Y., Apr. 27, 1786. A.B. (Union, 1806). 
Licensed, 1808. Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died, May 2, 
1827. 

1815 Hon. Henry Rutgers, New York City tl821 *1830 

Born in New York City, Oct. 7, 1745. A.B. (Columbia, 1766). 
Captain in American Revolution, later Colonel of Militia. Mem- 
ber, New York Assembly. Regent, Univ. N. Y., 1802-26. Rut- 
gers College named for him, 1825. Died, Feb. 17, 1830. 

1815 Rev. Philip Milledoler, S.T.D., New York City, tl840 *1852 

President, Rutgers, 1825-40. 

1815 Cornelius Low Hardenbergh, LL.D., New Brunswick, 

N. J *1860 

A.B. (Queen's, 1809). 

1819 Rev. John Ludlow, D.D., LL.D., New Brunswick, N. J., 

tl837....*1857 
LL.D. (Rutgers, 1851). 

1819 Rev. Samuel Alexander Van Vranken, S.T.D., New 

Brunswick, N. J tl840 +1861 

Born, Feb. 20, 1792. In class of 1815, Union. N. B. Sem., 1817. 
Dutch Reformed clergyman. Prof. Didactic and Polemic 
Theology, N. B. Sem., 3841-61. Prof. Moral Philosophy, Rut- 
gers, 1841-46. Prof. EVld. Christianity find Logic, Rutgers, 
1846-60. S.T.D. (Columbia, 1836). Died, Jan. 1, 1861. 

1819 Frederick Frelinghuysen, Millstone, N. J *1820 

^orn at Millstone, N. J., Nov: 8, 1788. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1806). Lawyer. Prosecutor of Pleas, Somerset, Middlesex and 
Hunterdon counties, 1817-20. Died, Nov. 10, 1820. 

1822 Rev. Isaac Ferris, D.D., LL.D., New York City. .tl840 *1873 

Born in New York City, Oct. 9, 1798. A.B. (Columbia, 1816). 

N. B. Sem., 1820. Clergyman, R. C. A. Chancellor, Unly. 
N. Y. and Prof. Moral Philosophy and Evid. Revealed Relig, 
1852-70. Emeritus, 3870-73. D.D. (Union, 1833). LL.D. 
(Columbia, 1853). Died, June 16, 1873. 

1823 Rev. John De Witt, D.D., New Brunswick, N. J *1831 

Born at Catskill, N. Y., Aug., 1789. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1809). 
Studied theology with Dr. David Porter. Dutch Reformed 
clergyman. Prof. Bib. Lit. and Eccl. Hist., N. B. Sem., 1823-25. 
Prof. Bib. Lit., do., 1825-31. Tutor, Queen's, 1811-12. Prof. 
Belles-Lettres, Elem. of Crit. and Logic, do., 1825-31. D.D. 
(Union, 1821). Died, Oct. 11, 1831. 

1823 William Van Deursen, M.D., New Brunswick, N. J *1873 

A.B. (Queen's, 1809). 
1823 Andrew Howell, Somerville, N. J *1834 

Bom, 1768. Member, Assembly. Died, May 27, 1834. 
1823 John Wyckoff, Neshanic, N. J *1833 

Born, Jan. 17, 1773. Farmer. Sheriff of Somerset county, 

1818-20. Died, Jan. 20, 1833. 

1823 Hon. Peter Sharpe, New York City *1842 

1823 James Christopher Roosevelt, New York City. .tl831 

Born, 1770. 

1823 Abraham Van Nest, A.M., New York City *1864 

Born, May 8, 1777. Merchant. President, Greenwich Savings 
Bank. Donor of Van Nest Hall. Died, Sept. 14, 1864. 

1823 Isaac Heyer, New York City *1827 

Born in New York City, June, 1767. Merchant. Director, 
Bank of New York, 1815. Died, Apr. 6, 1827. 



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APPOINTED. 

1823 James Bruyn Elmendorf, M.D., Millstone, N. J *1852 

Born, Mch. 9, 1788. Physician. Died, Sept. 1, 1852. 

1825 Rev. John Knox, D.D., New York City *1858 

Born near Gettysburgh, Penn., 1790. A.B. (Dickinson, 1811). 
Studied theology under Mason. Licensed, 1815. Dutch Re- 
formed clergyman. Died, 1858. 

1825 Hon. James Schubeman Nevius, A.M., New Brunswick, 

N. J tl858. . . .*1859 

In class of 1816, Queen's. 

1825 Gerard Rutgers, Belleville, N. J *. *1831 

Born In New York City, Aug. 24, 1766. Died, July 12, 1831. 

1825 Rev. Selah Strong Woodhull, D.D., New Brunswick, 

N. J *1826 

Born In New York City, Aug. 4, 1786. A.B. (Yale, 1802). 
Studied theologj' with Dr. John Woodhull and Dr. Henry 
Kollock. Dutch Reformed clergyman. Prof. Eccl. Hist., Church 
Gov't and Pastoral Theol.. N. B. Sem.. 1825-26. Prof. Meta- 
physics and Phil. Human Mind. Rutgers, 1825-26. A.M. (Yale, 
1805. and Columbia, f806). D.D. (Union, 1822). Died, Feb. 
27, 1826. 

1825 Rev. John Gosman, D.D., Saugerties, N. Y *186o 

D.D. (Rutgers, 1833). 

1825 Rev. James B. Hardenbergh, D.D., New York City *1870 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1827). 

1826 Rev. Jacob Schoonmaker, S.T.D., Jamaica, N. Y *1852 

Born at Aquackanonck, N. J., May 11, 1777. A.B. (Columbia, 
1799). Studied under Fi'oeligh and Livingston, 1801. Dutch 
Reformed clergyman. S.T.D. (Dickinson, 1831). Died, 1852. 

1827 Rev. Cornelius C. Cuyler, D.D., Poughkeepsie, N. ^., 

tl833( ?).... *1850 
Bora at Albany, N. Y., 1783. A.B. (Union, 1806). Studied 
theology under Bassett and Livingston, 1808. Dutch Reformed 
clergyman. D.D. (Union, 1828). Died, Aug 31, 1850. 

1828 Hon. Peter Dumont VroOm, LL.D., Trenton, N. J *1873 

Born near Millstone, N. J., Dec. 12, 1791. A.B. (Columbia, 
1808). Lawyer. Member, N. J. Assembly. 1826-27, 1829. 
Governor, New Jersey, 1829-31, 33-35. Member, Congress, 
1838-42. Minister to Prussia, 1853-57. LL.D. (Colum- 
bia, 1837, and Princeton, 1850). Died, Nov. 18, 1873. 

1829 Hon. Stephen Van Rensselaer, Albany, N. Y *1839 

Bora in New York City, Nov. 1, 1765. A.B. (Harvard, 1782). 
Lieut.-Gov., N. Y., 1795. Chancellor, Univ. N. Y. Founder of 
Rensselaer Poly. Inst.. Troy, N. Y. Member, Congress, 1823- 

29. Died, Jan. 26, 1839. 

1829 Rev. Cornelius D. Westbrook, D.D., Cortlandtown, N. Y., *1858 
D.D. (Rutgers, 1829). 

1830 Rev. Jacob Jones Janeway, D.D., New Brunswick, 

N. J n850. . . .*1858 

Born in New York City. Nov. 20, 1774. A.B. (Columbia, 1794). 
Studied theology under Livingston, 1797. Presb. clergyman. 
Prof. Did. Theol., Western Sem., 1828-29. Vice Pres., Rut- 
gers, 1833-39. Prof. Belles-Lettres, Evld. Christianity and Pol. 
Econ., do., 1833-39. Died, June 27, 1858. 

1831 Col. James C. Van Dyke, New Brunswick, N. J ♦1843 

1831 James Van Antwerp, New York City t *1870 

Born In New York City, Mch. 12, 1787. Merchant. Died, Mch. 
14, 1870. 

1831 Anthony Rutgers, Belleville, N. J *1835 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1827). 



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APPOINTED. 

1833 Rev. Samuel Blanchard How, D.D., New Brunswick, 

N. J *1868 

. Bom at Burlington, N. J., Oct. 14, 1790. A.B. (Univ. Penn., 
1810). Princeton Sem., 1813. Dutch Reformed clergyman. 
Pi-esident, Dickinson, 1830-31. D.D. (Union, 1830). Died, 
Mch. 1, 1868. 

1833 Rev. Philip Edwabd Milledoler, M.D., Freehold, N. J., 

tl845....*1852 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1827). 

1834 Col. James Neilson, New Brunswick, N. J *1862 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec, 1784. Captain in War of 
1812. Colonel of State Militia. Prime mover for organization 

of Delaware and Raritan Canal Co. Died, 1862. 

1834 Rev. Isaac Morehead Fisher, Bedminster, N. J *1840 

Born in New York City, 1796. A.B. (Columbia, 1817). N. B. 
Sem., 1820. Dutch Reformed clergyman. Died, Feb. 14, 1840. 

1834 Hon. Severyn Bruyn, Kingston, N. Y *185G 

Born at Kingstbn, N. Y., Apr. 17. 1785. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1803). A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1810). Lawyer. Died, Nov. 27, 
1856. 

1837 fioN. Abraham Bruyn Hasbrouok, LL.D., New Brunswick, 

N. J *1879 

President, Rutgers, 1840-50. 

1840 Hon. Thomas G. Talmage, Brooklyn, N. Y *1863 

Born at Somerville, N. J., 1801. Alderman. New York City, 
1827 and 1836. President, Common Council, do.. 1832. Member, 
N. Y. Legislature, 1833. Alderman, Brooklyn, 1843. Mayor, do., 
1845. Promoter of Prospect Park and Greenwood Cemetery. 
Died, May, 1863. 

1840 JosEf Hv Varick, Poughkeepsie, N. Y *1852 

Born, Aug. 9, 1782. Died at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Aug. 5, 1852. 
1840 Rev. Philip H. Duryee, D.D., English Neighborhood, N. J., *1850 

Born at New Utrecht, N. Y.. 1774. A.B. (Columbia, 1795). 

Studied theology under Livingstpn, 1798. Dutch Reformed 

clergyman. Died, 1850. 

1840 Rev. Thomas De Witt, D.D., New York City *1874 

D.D. (Rutgers, 1828). 
1840 Gen. Pierre Van Cortlandt *1848 

A.B. (Queen's, 1783). 
1840 Rev. James Romeyn, S.T.D., Bergen Neck, N. J. .tl848 *1859 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1831). 
1840 Gen. Stephen Van Rensselaer, Albany, N. Y *1868 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Mch. 29, 1789. Last of the patroons. 

Major-General of militia. Died, May 25, 1868. 

1840 William Bedlow Crosby, New York City tl858 *1865 

Born in New York City, Feb. 7, 1786. Colonel. Aide- de-camo 

to Major-General Ebenezer Stevens, 1812. Died, Mch. 18, 1865. 

1841 Hon. Littleton Kirkpatrick, New Brunswick, N. J *1859 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 19, 1797. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1815). Lawyer. Member, Congress, 1843-45. Died, Aug. 15, 
1859. 

1841 Hon. Ferdinand S. Schenck, M.D., Six Mile Run, N. J^. . . . *1860 
Born at Millstone, Feb. 11. 1790. Physician. Member Assembly, 
N. J., 1829-31. Member, Congress, 1833-36. Judge, State Court 
of Errors and Appeals, 1845-57. Died, May 15, 1860. 

1845 Rev. Abraham Messler, D.D., Somerville, N. J *1882 

D.D. (Rutgers, 1843). 
1845 Rev. Gustavus Abeel, S.T.D., Newark, N. J *1887 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1829). 



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APPOINTED. 

1845 John Babnes, M.D., Poughkeepsie, N. Y *1850 

Born. Dec. 11, 1790. Physician. Died, Aug. 29, 1850. 

1849 Rev. Thomas Edwards Vebmilye, D.D., LL.D., New York 

City *1893 

D.D. (Rutgers, 1838). 

1849 Hon. Peteb Vredenburgh (3d), LL.D., Freehold, N. J *1873 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1828). 

1850 Hon. Theodore Fbelinghuysen, LI1.D., New Brunswick, 

N. J *1862 

President, Rutgers, 1850-62. 

1851 Rev. Isaac Newton Wyckoff, D.D., Albany, N. Y *1869 

A.B. (Queen's, 1812). 

1851 Rev. Robebt Ferine Lee, D.D., Montgomery, N. Y *1858 

D.D. (Rutgers, 1854). 
1851 Rev. Abraham Polhemus, D.D., Newark, N. J *1857 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1831). 
1851 Hon. John Hopper, Paterson, N. J *1897 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1833). 
1851 Hon. Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen, LL.D., Newark, 

N. J *1885 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1836). 
1851 John Vanderbilt, Flatbu&h, N. Y tlSeO *1877 

Born at Flatbush, L I., 1819. Lawyer. Judge Court of Common 

Pleas, Kings county, 1844-46. State senator, 1852. Died, May 

16, 1877. 

1853 John Romeyn Bbodhead, LL.D., New York City *1873 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1831). 
1853 Maurice Edward Viele, Albany, N. Y *1903 

Born at Waterford, N. Y., May 17, 1823. Iron and hardware 

merchant. Died, Feb. 19, 1903. 
1853 Hon. Robert Hewson Pruyn, LL.D., Albany, N. Y *1882 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1833). 
1853 Charles Wells Swift, A.M., Poughkeepsie, N. Y *1877 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1832). 
1853 James Suydam, New York City *1872 

Born at Newtown, L. I., Mch. 23, 1798. Merchant. Died, Oct. 

7, 1872. 

1857 Peter Sharp Duryee, Newark, N. J *1877 

Born in New York City, Dec. 23, 1807. Manufacturer. Died, 

Sept. 23, 1877. 

1858 Rev. Benjamin C. Taylor, S.T.D., Bergen, N. J. .tl878 *1881 

Born in Philadelphia, Feb. 24, 1801. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1819). 

N. B. Sem., 1822. Clergyman, R. C. A, S.T.D. (Hobart, 1843). 
Died, Feb. 2, 1881. 

1858 Rev. David D. Demarest, D.D., LL.D., New Brunswick, 

N. J *1898 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1837). 
1858 Rev. Ebenezeb Platt Rogers, D.D., New York City, 

tl866....*1881 
Born in New York City, Dec. 18, 1807. A.B. (Yale, 1837). 
Princeton Sem.. 1840. Clergyman, R. C. A. D.D. (Oglethorpe, 
1853). Died, Oct 23, 1881. 

1858 Rev. Thomas Campbell Strong, D.D., New York City, 

tl874....*1890 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). 

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APPOINTED. 

1858 Hon. Joseph Philo Bradley, LL.D., Newark, N. J *1892 

A.B. (Rutgers. 1836). 

1858 John T. Moore, Brooklyn, N. Y tl865. . . .*1876 

Merchant. Died, July 20, 1876. 

1859 Edward N. Strong, Newtown, L. I tl864 

1860 Rev. Joseph Frederick Berg, D.D., New Brunswick, N. J., 

tl864....*1871 

Bom at Antigua, W. I., June 3, 1812. Licensed to preach, 1831. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. Prof. Did. and Pol. Theol., N. B. Sem., 
1861-71. Prof. Evid. Christianity and Logic, Rutgers, 1861-64. 
Prof. Evid. Christianity, do., 1864-67. M.D. (Jeflferson Med. 
Coll.). Died. July 20. 1871. 

1800 Hon. John A. Lott, LL.D., Flatbush, N. Y , . . . *1878 

Born at Flatbush, L. I., Feb. 11, 1806. A.B. (Union, 1823). 
lAwyer. Judge. Kings county, 1838-42. Member, N. Y. As- 
sembly. 1841. State senator. 1842-46. Justice Supreme Court, 
1857-65. LL.D. (Union, 1859). Died, July 20, 1878. 

1800 David Bishop, New Brunswick, N. J *1876 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1843). 
1800 Re\\ Francis Marchalk Kip, S.T.D., Tompkinsville, N. Y., *1888 

A.M. (Rutgers. 1829). 
1862 Henry Latimer Janeway, New Brunswick, N. J *1909 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1844). 
1862 Rev. William Henry Campbell, D.D., LL.D., New Bruns- 
wick, N. J n882. . . .*1890 

President, Rutgers, 1863-82. 

1862 Hon. Jacob Rynier Wortendyke, Jersey City, N. J *1868 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1839). 

1803 Rev. John Henry Manning, D.D., Brooklyn, N. Y *1878 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1844). 

1863 Edward Salisbury Brayton, Utica, N. Y tl871 *1887 

Born at Westernville, N. Y.. Mch. 30, 1817. A.B. (Union, 1836). 
Lawyer. Director in corporations. Died, June 2, 1887. 

1863 Johnson Letson, New Brunswick, N. J *1885 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 8, 1806. Pres., New Bruns- 
wick Rubber Co. Pres., Norfolk and New Brunswick Hosiery 
Co. Died. 1885. 

1863 Hon. Abraham Oothoxjt Zabriskie, LL.D., Jersey City. 

N. J tl866. Re-elected 1873. . . .*1873 

LL.D. (Rutgers, 1860). 
1806 Rev. Garret Conover Schanck, D.D., Marlboro, N. J *1888 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1828). 
1866 James Abeel Williamson, Jersey City, N. J tl876 *1897 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Apr. 12, 1816. Partner of James 

Bishop & Co., Shipping and Commission Merchants. Died at 

Wyoming, N. J., Apr. 6, 1897. 

1866 Stafford R. W. Heath, Newark, N. J *1888 

Bom at Basking Ridge, N. J., July 8, 1820. Dry goods merchant. 
Pres., Firemen's Ins. (jo. Pres., Board' of Dom. Missions, R. C. 
A. Died, Dec. 2, 1888. 

1866 Hon. Jacob Boerum Jewett, Poughkeepsie, N. Y *187tj 

Born in New York City, May 14, 1825. A.B. (Columbia, 1841). 
Lawyer. Died, Jan. 23, 1876. 

1868 Rev. Talbot Wilson Chambers, S.T.D., LL.D., New York 

City *1890 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1834). 



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APPOINTED. 

1869 Rev. Joachim Elmendorf, D.D., New York City *1908 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1850). 
1869 Cornelius Esselstyn, Hudson, N. Y *1881 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1852). 
1869 Rev. Paul Duryea Van Cleef, D.D., Jersey City, N. J *1902 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1843). 
1871 James Willard Schermerhobn, New York City *1885 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1857). 
1871 William Clements Fowler, Brooklyn, N. Y tl887 *1913 

Born at Peekskill, N. Y., Nov. 28, 1824. Merchant. Pres., Long 

Island Bank, Brooklyn. Died, Jan. 8, 1913. 

1871 Samuel Sloan, New York City , *1907 

Born near Belfast, Ireland, Dec. 25, 1817. Pres., D., U & W. 
R. R., 1867-99. President and Director of other railroads and 
corporations. Died, Sept. 22, 1907. 

1873 Hon. George Craig Ludlow, LL.D., New Brunswick, N. J., *19(X) 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1850). 
1873 Hon. William Augustus Newell, LL.D., Allentown, 

N. J *1901 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1836). 

1873 Rev. Isaac Smithson Hartley, D.D., Utica, N. Y., tl893. .*1899 
D.D. (Rutgers, 1873). 

1874 CORTLANDT PARKER, LL.D., Newark, N. J tlS78 *1907 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1836). 

1874 Hon. Theodore Frelinghuysen Randolph, Morristown, 

N. J *188S 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 24, 1816. Pres., Morris 
and Essex R. R. Member, Assembly, ^f. J., 1859-61. State 
Senator, 1861-65. Governor, New Jersey, 1869-72. U. S. 
Senator, 187&-81. Died, Nov. 7, 1883. 

1875 S. Oakley Van der Poel, M.D., LL.D., New York City *1886 

Born at Kinderhook, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1824. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 
1842). A.M. (Univ. N. Y., 1845). M.D. (JefCerson Med. Coll., 
1845). LUD. (Univ. N. Y., 1877). Surgeon-General, N. Y. State, 
1857, 1861. President, Med. Soc. N. Y. State, 1870. Prof. 
General Pathology and Clinical Medicine, Albany Med. Coll., 
1867-72. Health officer, Port of New York, 1872-80. Prof. 
Public Hygiene, Univ. N. Y., 1883-86. Died, 1886. 

1875 Theodoric Romeyn Westbrook, LL.D., Kingston, N. Y *1885 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1838). 

1876 Rev. William Ormiston, D.D., LL.D., New York City, 

tl890....*1899 
Born at Symington, Scotland, Apr. 23. 1821. Univ. Victoria, 
Cobourg- Canada, 1848. Tutor, do., 1845-47. Prof. Moral Phil., 
do., 1847-48. Clergyman, R. C. A. D.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1865). 
LL.D. (Victoria, 1881). Died, Mch. 19, 1899. 

1876 Rev. John Gaston, D.D., Passaic, N. J *1901 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1849). 
1876 Hon. Henry Weller Bookstaver, LL.D., New York City, *1907 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1859). 
1876 Robert F. Ballantine, Newark, N. J *1905 

Bom in Albany, N. Y., June 3, 1836. Partner of Messrs P. 

Ballantine & Sons. Donor of Ballantine Gymnasium. Died, Dec. 

10. 1905. 

1878 Rev. William Rankin Duryee, D.D., Jersey City, N. J., 

tl891....*1897 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1856). 



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APPOINTED. 

1878 Rev. William James Romeyn Taylor, D.D., Newark, 

N. J *1891 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1841). 

1878 Rev. Abraham Rynier Van Nest, D.D., Philadelphia, Pa. .*1892 
A.B. (Rutgers. 1841). 

1878 John Lefferts, Flatbush, N. Y tl885 *1893 

Born at Flatbush, L. I., Aug. 12, 1826. Member, Board of Di- 
rection, R. C. A.. 1878-86. Director of Corporations. Died, Apr. 
18, 1893. 

1878 William Clark, Newark, N. J *1902 

Born at Paisley, Scotland, 1841. President. Clark Thread Co., 
1873-1896. Died, July 7, 1902. 

1879 Hon. XJeobge Henry Sharpe, Kingston, N.^Y *1900 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1847). 

1882 Merrill Edwards Gates, Ph.D., LL.D., Washington, D. C, 

tl890. . . . 
President, Rutgers, 1882-90. 

1882 David Bingham, East Orange, N. J 

Born in County Down, Ireland, Nov. 30, 1839. President, East 
Orange Bank and other banks. 

1883 George Clarence Churchill, Utica, N. Y tl888 *1902 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1851). 

1883 Tunis Garret Bergen, Ph.D., Brooklyn, N. Y 

• A.B. (Rutgers, 1867). 

1884 Henry Rutgers Baldwin, M.D., LL.D., New Brunswick, 

N. J *1902 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1849). 

1885 Frederick Frelinghuysen, Newark, N. J 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1868). 

1885 Ernest J. Miller, Albany, N. Y *189t) 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1853). 

1886 Hon. Jonathan Dixon, LL.D., Jersey City, N. J *19(X> 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1859). 

1886 James Neilson, New Brunswick, N. J 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1866). 

1886 Rev. Roderick Terry, D.D., Newport, R. I tl908 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y.. Apr. 1, 1849. A.B. (Yale. 1870). 
Andover Sem., 1872. Union Sem., 1875. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
D.D. (Coll, N. J., 1882). 

1887 Rev. Edward Benton Coe, D.D., LL.D., New York City...*1914 
D.D. (Rutgers, 1881). 

1887 Elbert Brinckerhoff Monroe, New York City.. *1894 

Born in New York City, 1837. City Univ.. 1855. Partner of 
Ball, Black & Co., Merchant. Vice Pres., Amer. Tract Soc. 
Member, U. S. Indian Commission. Pres., N. Y Y. M. C. A. 
Died, Apr. 21, 1894. 

1887 Rev. John Benjamin Drury, D.D,, New Brunswick, N. J., *1909 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1858). 

1888 Rev. James Le Fevre, D.D., Somerville, N. J *1914 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1854). 

1889 Garret Ellis Winants, Bergen Point, N. J *1890 

Born on Staten Island, 1813. Shipping merchant. Donor of 
Winants Hall, Rutgers. Died, Aug. 14, 1890. 

1890 Austin Scott, Ph.D., LL.D., New Brunswick, N. J., tl906. . 
President, Rutgers, 1891-1906. 



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APPOINTBD. 

1891 Fbedebick Joseph Collier, Hudson, N. Y 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1878). 
1891 Alexander Thompson Van Nest, New York City *1896 

Bom In New York City, Sept. 29, 1844. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 

1864). Director of railroads and other corporations. Died, 

Aug. 10, 1896. 

1891 Paul Cook, Troy, N. Y 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1866). 

1892 David Murray, Ph.D., LL.D., New Brunswick, N. J *1905 

LL.D. (Rutgers, 1873). 

1892 Hon. Garret Dorset Wall Vroom, LL.D., Trenton, N. J. .*1914 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1862). 

1892 John Bayard Kirkpatbick, New Brunswick, N. J *1912 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1866). 

1893 Charles Townsend Van Santvoord, New York City *1895 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1873). 

1894 Robert Schell, New York City *1900- 

Died, May 8, 1900. 

1894 George Lintner Danforth, Middleburgh, N. Y. .tl899 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1863). 

1895 Rev. Henry Du Bois Mulford, D.D., Upper Red Hook, 

N. Y tl897.... 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1881). 

1895 William Hopkins Leupp, New Brunswick, N. J 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1864). 

1896 Hon, Garret Augustus Hobart, LL.D., Paterson, N. J *1899 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1863). 

1897 Peter Donald, New York aty tl908 *1915 

Born at Dunfermline, Scotland, Dec. 10, 1825. Merchant. 
Died, Apr. 9, 1915. 

1898 Edward Fuller Brooks, C.E., Lansdowne, Pa. . .11904 *1916 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1872). 

1898 Rev. John Preston Searle, D.D., New Brunswick, N. J. . . 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1875). 

1899 Rev. William Henry Steele Demarest, D.D., New Bruns- 

wick, N. J 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1883). President, Rutgers, 1906- . 

1899 William Forman Wyckoff, Brooklyn, N. Y 11909 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1877). 

1901 John W. Herbert, New York City 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1872). 

1902 Hon. William H. Vredenburgh, LL.D., Freehold, N. J... 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1859). 

1902 Hon. William Shields Myers, D.Sc, New York City, 

tl907. Re-elected 1912.... 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1889). 

1902 Hon. Foster McGowan Voorhees, LL.D., Elizabeth, N. J. 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1876). 

1903 Rev. James Isaac Vance, D.D., Nashville, Tenn. .flOlO 

Born at Arcadia. Tenn., Sept. 25, 1862. A.B. (King Coll., 
Bristol, Tenn., 1883). Union Sem., Richmond, Va., 1886. Pas- 
tor, North Reformed Church, Newark, N. J., 1900-10. Presb. 
clergyman. D.D. (King, 1896, Hampden-Sidney, 1896). LL.D. 
(King, 1913). 



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APPOINTED. 

1903 James Bbown Mabon, New York City tl905 

Born at New Durham, N. J.. July 16, 1865. Stockbroker. Gov- 
ernor, N. Y. Stock Exchange, 1900- President, do., 2 years. 

1903 WnxiAM Herman Van Steenbergh, New York City, tl913 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1877). 

1904 Hon. Alphonso Trtjmbour Clearwater, LL.D., Kingston, 

N. Y 

LL.D. (Rutgers, 1903). 

1905 Howard Newton Fuller, Albany N. Y 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1874), 

1905 Luther Lafun Kellogg, LL.D., New York City 

A.B. (Rutgefs, 1870). 
1905 Rev. Joseph Rankin Duryee, D.D., New York City 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1874). 

1905 Hon. Louis H. Schenck, Neshanic, N. J fl^lO 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1874). 

1906 Philip Milledoler Brett, New York City 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1892). 

1906 Charles Leavitt Edgar, E.E., Boston, Mass 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1882). 

1907 W. Edwin Florance, New Brunswick, N. J 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1885). 

1907 Rev. Livingston Ludlow Taylor, Canandaigua, N. Y., 

n912.... 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1881). 

1909 Drury Walls Cooper, New Brunswick, N. J 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1892). 
1909 Hon. Willard Penfield Voorhees, LL.D., New Brunswick, 

N. J *1914 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1871). 
1909 Rev. William Isaac Chamberlain, Ph.D., D.D., New York 

City 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1882). 

1909 Leonor Fresnel Loree, C.E., New York City 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1877). 

1909 Duncan Dunbar Sutphen, New York City 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1883). 

1910 Samuel Oakley Van der Poel, M.D., New York City *1912 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1873), 

1911 John Neilson Carpender, New Brunswick, N. J *1911 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1866). 

1911 Anthony Dey, New York City *1912 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1850). 

1911 Rev. Henry Evertson Cobb, D.D., New York City 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1884). 

1912 Rev. William Bancroft Hill, D.D., Poughkeepsie, N. Y . . 
D.D. (Rutgers, 1905). 

1912 John Howard Ford, New York City *1914 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 10, 1855. Princeton, 1873- 
74. Cornell, 1874-75. Columbia Law School. Pres., Mever 
Rubber Co. Director, U. S. Rubber Co. Donor of Ford Dormi- 
tory. Died, Mch. 2, 1914. 

1912 Howard Elting, Chicago, 111 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1890). 



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APPOINTED. 

1913 Hon. Alfred Ford Skinner, Newark, N. J 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1883). 

1913 Hon. Gilbert David Blauvelt Hasbrouck, Kingston, N. 

Y 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1880). 

1914 Rev. John Howard Raven, D.D., New Brunswick, N. J. . . 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1891). 

1914 Otto Hermann Kahn, Morristown, N. J 

Born at Mannheim, Germany. Feb. 21, 1867. Banker. Partner, 
Messrs. Kuhn, Loeb & Co., 1897- . Director and trustee of 
many corporations. Chairman, Metropolitan Opera Co. 

1914 Alan Hartwell Strong, Philadelphia, Penn 

A.B. (Rutgers. 1874). 

1915 Holmes Van Mater Dennis, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J . . . 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1894). 

1916 John Wyckoff Mettler, New Brunswick, N. J 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1899). 

1916 J. Amory Haskell, Red Bank, N. J 

Born In New York City, 1861. Vice President and Director, 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Director of other corporations. 



SECRETARIES OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

APPOINTED. 

17 — *Rev. Jacob Rutsen Hardenbergh tl782 

Trustee, 1767. 
1782 *Peter Vredenburgh tl784 

Trustee, 1782-1810. 
1784 *HoN. James Schureman 1 1793 

Trustee, 1782-1824. 
1793 * Jacob Rutsen Hardenbergh, Jr flSOO 

Trustee, 1792-1841. 
ISOO *Abraham Blauvelt tl807 

Trustee, 1800. 
1807 *William P. Deare tl821 

Trustee. 1804-26. 
1821 *CoRNELius Low Hardenbergh, . LL.D tl825 

Trustee. 1815-60. 
1825 *Jame8 Schureman Nevius -11830 

Trustee, 1825-58. 

1831 * William Hopkins Leupp, New Brunswick, N. J tl832 

Born In New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 21, 1801. Lawyer. State 
Senator, N. J. Died, Aug. 23, 1871. 

1832 *CoL. James C. Van Dyke tl833 

Trustee, 1831-43. 

1833 * Jacob Rutsen Hardenbergh, Jb tl835 

Trustee, 1792-1841. 

1835 *Theodobe Hardenbergh, M.D tl844 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1828). 
1844 * John Pool Hardenbergh, New York City tl849 

Born, Sept. 19, 1822. Commission merchant. President, Board 

Dom. Miss., R. C. A., 1865-75. Died at Bernardsville, N. J., 

Sept. 9, 1901. 

1849* * Warren Hardenbergh tl859 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1844). 



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APPOINTED. 

1859 *Rev. Thomas Campbell Stbong, D.D tl866 

Trustee, 1858-74. 
1866 *Rev. David D. Demarest, D.D., LL.D *1898 

Trustee, 1858-98. 
1898 *David Murray, Ph.D., LL.D tl904 

Trustee, 1892-1905. 
1904 Rev. William Henry Steele Demarest, D.D., LL.D., 

tl906 

Trustee, 1899- . 
1906 Rev. John Preston Searle, D.D. 

Trustee, 1898- . 



TREASURERS. 

APPOINTED. 

1780 *J0HN SCHUURMAN .tl790 

Trustee, 1782-95. 

1790 *JoHN Hardenbergh tl791 

Trustee, 1790-98. 

1791 * John Schuurman *1795 

Trustee, 1782-95. 

1795 *HoN. James Schureman tl813 

Trustee, 1782-1824. 
1813 *Staats Van Deursen tlS23 

Trustee, 1807-23. 
1823 *ISAAC Heyer 

Trustee, 1823-27. 
1831 *Peter Spader (Sub-Treasurer 1824-1831) tl853 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 29, 1785. Merchant banker. 

Died, Sept. 9, 1855. 

1853 * John Crook Elmendorf *1889 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1834). 
1889 FiTederick Frelinghuysen tl905 

Trustee, 1885- . 
1905 *IRVING Strong Upson *1915 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1881). 

1915 Henry Parsell Schneeweiss 

- A.B. (Rutgers, 1877). 



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PRESIDENTS. 



REV. JACOB RUTSEN HARDENBERGH, D.D. 
Appointed, 1785; died, 1790. 

He was the son of Col. Johannis Hardenbergh, of Rosendale, Ulster 
county, New York, who was a large landholder, a prominent man in 
public affairs, an influential member of the Coetus party, and one of the 
original trustees of Queen's College designated in the charter. The 
grandfather of Col. Hardenbergh was the first of the name who came to 
this country, about the middle of the seventeenth century. Jacob Eutsen 
was born at Rosendale, Ulster county. New York, February 22, 1736. He 
studied at the Kingston Academy, and completed his theological course 
with Domine John Frelinghuysen, at Raritan, Somerset county, New 
Jersey, and succeeded his Preceptor there in his pastoral charge. He 
visited Holland and other parts of Europe, and upon his return was made 
D.D. by the College at Princeton. Since his name as President appears 
on the diploma of Simeon De Witt under date of October 5, 1776, it is 
inferred that he filled this office, possibly from the outset, 1770, although 
he continued as pastor at Raritan. Resigning his pastoral charge at 
Raritan in 1781, he removed to his native place and took charge of the 
churches of Marbletown, Rochester and Wawarsing, whicl! he served 
five years. Dr. Dirck Romeyn having, in 1785, declined a call to the 
presidency of Queen's College, Dr. Hardenbergh was elected the same 
year. He accepted and entered on his office in 1786, becoming at the 
same time pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church, of New Brunswick. He 
died in the discharge of the duties of these offices October 30, 1790. He 
was an ardent patriot in our revolutionary struggle, contributing both by 
his oratory and his pen to the cause of the independence of these States, 
and was a member of the convention which framed the first Constitution 
of New Jersey. 

After the decease of the Rev. Dr. Hardenbergh, the Rev. Dr. John H. 
Livingston was elected to the presidency of the College, hut he de- 
clined. In 1791 Rev. Dr. Dirck Romeyn was again elected to the 
same office, hut he also declined. 



REV. WILLIAM LINN, S.T.D. 
President pro tempore from 1791 to 1794; died, 1808. 

He was born in Pennsylvania, February 22, 1752, and was graduated 
from the College of New Jersey in 1772. Three years later he was 
licensed to preach the Gospel by the Donegal Presbytery, and in 1776 he 
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the pastorate of the Presbyterian Church at Big Spring, Pennsylvania, 
where he labored for a period of seven years. He then took charge of an 
Academy in Somerset county, Maryland, but after an experience of two 
years in teaching, settled again over a church in Elizabethtown, New 
Jersey. From 1787 to 1805 he preached in the Collegiate Church, New 
York, and while there he acted also as the President of Queen's College, 
of which he had been elected a Trustee in 1787. His interest and wis- 
dom in matters of education are also reflected in the fact that for twenty- 
one years previous to his death, in 1808, he served as one of the Regents 
of the University of the State of New York. Dr. Linn was "an ardent 
and impassioned preacher. On special occasions his performances were 
masterpieces." Of large and earnest sympathies, he became deeply inter- 
ested in politics as well as in the cause of education, and extended his 
influence in many directions. 



REV. IRA CONDICT, D.D. 
President pro tempore from 1794 to 1810; died, June 1, 1811. 

He was born at Orange, New Jersey, February 21, 17G4. After his 
graduation from the College of New Jersey, in 1784, he studied theology 
under Dr. John Woodhull, of Monmouth, and was licensed by the 
Presbytery of New Brunswick in 1786. The Presbyterian Churches of 
Hardwick, Newtown and Shappenoek enjoyed his services as pastor for 
six years until 1794, when he was installed over the Reformed Dutch 
Church at New Brunswick. In 1794 he was appointed Professor of 
Moral Phil6sophy and Superintendent, with power to employ tutors in 
the College. The College remained closed from 1795 until 1807. Though 
actively engaged in his church work. Dr. Condict found time and energy 
to originate a new movement for the revival, in 1807, of the College, 
which, owing to financial embarrassments, had been obliged to suspend 
exercises for twelve years. Under his leadership the Trustees determined 
to raise, by the help of the Reformed Churches, $12,000 for the erection 
of a substantial and spacious building and to open the College imme- 
diately. Dr. Condict assumed the duties of President pro tempore, and 
instructed the highest class, which entered Junior. In 1809 he was 
regularly appointed Professor of Moral Philosophy and Vice President. 
Dr. Condict was indefatigable in soliciting subscriptions for the new 
building, and when $10,000 had been raised it was begun. This edifice, 
noble and beautiful in its proportions, now stands in the center of the 
campus which it adorns. Dr. Condict laid its corner-stone with his 
left hand, in consequence of suffering a temporary lameness in his right. 
Dying in 1811, he did not live to see the full fruit of his beneficent 
energies and sacrifices. Honored by being elected to the presidency, he, 
however, declined it, deeming "the office," says Justice Bradley, "incom- 
patible with the duties he owed to his church, which he continued to 
perform in their fullest extent. The amount of strain on the mind and 
body of this eminent and faithful man must, at this period, have been 
immense. He had the pastoral care of one of the largest churches in the 
denomination. He taught the College classes, the Junior class in 1807-8, 
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a leading member of the Board of Trustees, was actively engaged in all 
the concerns of the College, especially in the efforts to collect funds 
for erecting the new building and causing the work duly to progress. He 
procured by his own exertions subscriptions, in the city of New Bruns- 
wick and its vicinity, to the amount of $6,370, during the year 1807, and 
continued his efforts in that direction during the time the College was 
building. Such an accumulation of labors and responsibilities was more 
than human nature could bear. Like his predecessor, Dr. Hardenbergh, 
he was destined to spend and be spent in the cause of the College. No 
wonder that his face, as it looks down upon us from yonder frame in 
the chapel, has a sad and wearied look. No wonder that the cord of life 
snapped under the tension, when he was yet in the very prime of his 
years and usefulness. Which of us has done what he did before reaching 
his forty-eighth year? Here again we see exemplified the great truth 
that 'life is measured by its work.' " 



REV. JOHN H. LIVINGSTON, S.T.D. 

Appointed, 1810; died, January 20, 1825. 

Dr. Livingston was a man of noble character, of extensive and accurate 
learning, and of large and commanding influence. He was, however, 
mainly interested in his theological professorship, which he held in con- 
nection with the presidency; and indeed he did little more in the College 
than "to preside on public occasions and* sign diplomas." It was during 
his period of office that the literary exercises of the College were, in 1816, 
again suspended, and not resumed until 1825. The causes of this were 
financial distress and divided counsels. He was the son of Henry Liv- 
ingston and Sarah Conklin, born at Poughkeepsie, May 30, 1746, gradu- 
ated at Yale CoUege in July, 1762. In May, 1766, he sailed for Holland, 
and studied theology at Utrecht. Licensed by the Classis of Amsterdam, 
June 5, 1769; made Doctor of Theology by the University of Utrecht 
in May, 1770; returned to New York, September, 1770, having been 
ordained a pastor of the church in that city by the Classis of Amsterdam : 
preached there until New York was occupied by the British in Septem- 
ber, 1776; preached at Kingston, Albany, Poughkeepsie, and neighbor- 
ing places during the Revolution ; returned to New York soon after the 
evacuation, November 25, 1783; appointed Professor of Theology by 
General Synod, October, 1784; inaugurated in the city of New York, 
May 19, 1785 ; taught in New York and Flatbush, Long Island, until 
1810, when he removed to New Brunswick, New Jersey, having been 
appointed President of Queen's College. He died in New Brunswick, 
January 20, 1825. 

REV. PHILIP MILLEDOLER, S.T.D. 
Appointed, 1825; resigned, 1840; died, Sept. 22, 1852. 

He was born at Rhinebeck, New York, September 22, 1775, the only 
son of John and Anna Milledoler, who had emigrated from Geneva, 
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ordained by the Synod of the German Reformed Church May 17, 1794; 
called to the German Reformed Church in Nassau Street the same year ; 
became pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia in 
1800; called to the Presbyterian Church in New York, with special 
care of the Rutgers Street Church, in 1805 ; in 1813 called to the 
Collegiate Reformed Dutch Church in New York, where he remained 
until he was appointed Professor of Didactic Theology and President of 
Rutgers College in 1825. In 1840 Dr. Milledoler resigned the presidency 
of the College and in 1841 he resigned his theological professorship. He 
then made his home in New York City. He died on Staten Island in 
1852, on his seventy-seventh birthday. Dr. Milledoler was distinguished 
for his early and fervent piety, for catholic sympathies which led him 
to take an active part in many of the benevolent enterprises of his day, 
and above all for an unction in prayer that seemed akin to inspiration. 



ABRAHAM BRUYN HASBROUCK, LL.D. 
Appointed, 1840; resigned, 1850; died, Feb. 23, 1879. 

He was born in Kingston, N. Y., November 29, 1791. After a course 
of preparation in the Kingston Academy, he entered Yale College in 
1806 and was graduated with high honors from that institution in 1810. 
His law studies were pursued at the Law School at Litchfield, Connec- 
ticut, which was in charge of Judge Gould, and then considered the 
best institution of the kind in the United States. In 1814 he began 
the practice of his profession in Kingston. Here he soon acquired dis- 
tinction for legal knowledge, commanding abilities and uutiiuchiug in- 
tegrity. Elected a representative in Congress in 1825, he became intimate 
with Edward Everett, whom he subsequently welcomed to New York, with 
a public address when the latter delivered his great oration on Wash- 
ington. From 1840 to 1850 he was the honored President of Rutgers 
College. By his Lectures on Constitutional Law, his genial manners, 
his generous hospitality, and his happy influence exerted on manifold 
public occasions, he contributed greatly to the prosperity of this ven- 
erable institution. After his resignation he removed to Kingston, where 
he became President of the Kingston Bank, the founder of the Ulster 
County Historical Society, and an energetic advocate of many public and 
patriotic interests. The degree of Doctor of Laws was conferred upon 
him both by Union and Columbia Colleges. Dr. Hasbrouck was always 
studious in his habits, reading daily some Latin author, and eagerly 
devouring the latest and most valuable publications on a great variety 
of topics. It is said that hardly a quotation could be made from an 
English author that he could not at once identify and find in the original 
work. His intellect, clear and powerful to the last, expressed his "longing 
to be at rest," and he passed away triumphant in faith, full of years 
and honors. He died at Kingston, New York, February 23, 1879. It is 
worthy of mention that the College is indebted to Dr. Hasbrouck for 
many of the noble trees that now adorn the campus. He was at much 
pains in having them planted and cared for; and to-day they stand the 
beautiful monuments of his forethought for coming generations. "Whoso 
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HON. THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN, LL.D. 
Appointed, 1850; died, April 12, 1862. 

The son oi Gen. Frederick Frelinghuysen, and great-grandson of Rev. 
Theodorus J. Frelinghuysen, was born in Franklin township, Somerset 
county, New Jersey, March 28, 1787. The home of his boyhood was at 
Millstone, New Jersey. He attended the Grammar School of Queen's 
College, and afterward the Academy at Basking Ridge; was graduated 
from the College of New Jersey in 1804; studied law with Hon. 
Richard Stockton, of Princeton ; practiced law at Newark, New Jersey ; 
was Attorney-General of the State from 1817 to 1829; United States 
Senator, 1829-1835; Chancellor of the University of the City of New 
York, 1839-1850, and President of Rutgers College from 1850 to his 
death, which took place April 12, 1862. President Frelinghuysen was a 
wise counselor and an eloquent orator. He was successful at the Bar, 
in the Senate and in the presidency of literary institutions. His 
patriotism was intense, as his action in 1812 and again in 1861 proved. 
He was nominated for Vice President of the United States by the Whig 
convention of 1844, which nominated Henry Clay for President. Dr. 
Frelinghuysen was a man of simple and ardent piety, ever laboring to 
win souls for Christ. He loved the Church of God, and served long and 
faithfully in the eldership. 



REV. WILLIAM HENRY CAMPBELL, D.D., LL.D. 

Became President, 1863, and resigned June, 1881, but continued to act 

as President until his successor was inaugurated, 

June 20, 1882 ; died, Dec. 7, 1890. 

Dr. Campbell was known many years in the States of New York and 
New Jersey as a thorough-going Biblical preacher — remarkable for his 
use of strong, terse, Saxon English, and intense earnestness in presenting 
Divine truth. Nor was he less distinguished as a clear, vigorous and 
successful educator. He was born in Baltimore, 1808, and was grad- 
uated from Dickinson College in 1828, and studied one year in the 
Theological Seminary at Princeton. His first settlement was at Chit- 
tenango, from 1831 to 1833, after which he labored for six years as* 
principal of Erasmus Hall, at Flatbush, Long Island. From 1839 to 
1841 he preached at East New York, whence he removed to Albany and 
assumed charge of the Third Reformed Church. In 1848 he returned 
to educational pursuits by accepting the principalship of the Albany 
Academy. Three years later, in 1851, he was called to the Professorship 
of Biblical Literature in the Theological Seminary at New Brunswick, 
and while in this position he filled, gratuitously, the Professorship of 
Belles-Lettres in Rutgers College during a period of twelve years. In 
1863 he accepted, after much persuasion, the presidency, and entered 
with exceptional enthusiasm and ability upon his work, both of teaching 
and securing a larger endowment fund for the institution. During his 
administration over two hundred thousand dollars were raised ; six new 
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foUowing buildings erected : a large Geological Hall, a beautiful Chapel, 
an Astronomical Observatory, a new Grammar School, and certain use- 
ful structures on the experimental farm. These works tell their own 
story of diligent wisdom, and render a well-earned fame secure. Dr. 
Campbell resigned as President of the College in June, 1881, but con- 
tinued to serve until the inauguration of his successor, June 20, 1882. 
His willingness to teach "The Evidences of Christianity," and to preach 
in turn in the College Chapel, was accepted by the Trustees, which 
teaching and preaching ceased upon his becoming pastor of the Suydam 
Street Reformed Church in New Brunswick. He was the founder of 
this church (3885) and continued as its pastor until his death, which 
occurred December 7, 1890. 



MERRILL EDWARDS GATES, Ph.D., LL.D. 

Inaugurated as President of Rutgers College, June 20, 1882; re- 
signed, 1890. 

His father, Seth M. Gates, in Congress from 1839 to 1843, and 
throughout a long life, was widely known and honorably distinguished 
for his services in the cause of liberty, justice and Christianity. Through 
his mother he is descended from Jonathan Edwards. He was born at 
Warsaw, New York, April 6, 1848; and was graduated from the 
University of Rochester, at Rochester, New York, in 1870, having taken 
the highest honors, in successive years, in Mathematics, Latin and Greek, 
and the English Essay Prize of the Senior year. Before his graduation 
he accepted the principalship of the Albany Academy, declining a very 
favorable offe? to enter journalistic work, made by a prominent New 
York editor, who had noticed his literary work in college. During the 
twelve years of his principalship the Albany Academy extended its 
course of study from eight years to twelve, covering much of the work 
of the college course ; while the number of boys and young men in attend- 
ance increased from 70 to 300. In 1872 he spent some months in England, 
visiting Rugby and Oxford, as educational centers. In 1875 he was 
elected Chancellor of the University of Tennessee, an institution nearly 
a century old, consisting of a law school and a college. Declining this 
position, he continued at Albany, notwithstanding repeated offers of 
college professorships, and more lucrative positions in his profession or 
in business. In 1879-80, he spent a year in travel and study abroad. 
He visited France, Italy, Egypt, Palestine and Greece, spending two 
months at Athens. In 1880 the University of the State of New York 
conferred on him the honorary degree of Doctor of Philosophy, and in 
June, 1882, both Princeton College and the University of Rochester gave 
him the degree of Doctor of Laws. The same degree was conferred upon 
him by Columbia University in 1891 and by Williams College in 1893. 
Columbia University also gave him the degree of L.H.D. in 1887. 

In September, 1890, Dr. Gates resigned the presidency of Rutgers to 
become president of Amherst College. He continued in the latter 
position until 1899. He was Chairman of the United States Board of 
Indian Commissioners, 1889-99, and later Secretary of that Board 1899- 
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gregational Church and has resided at Washington, D. C. He is also 
identified with many literary and philanthropic societies and lectures 
and writes on religious, social and educational themes. His administra- 
tion as President of Rutgers was marked by a large increase in the 
Faculty and endowments of the College. The curriculum was extended 
and the library greatly enlarged. Two large buildings, the State Labo- 
ratory and Winants Hall, were erected during his presidency. 



AUSTIN SCOTT, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Inaugurated as President, February 4, 1891; resigned, January 1, 1906. 

Dr. Scott was born at Maumee, near Toledo, Ohio, August 10, 1848. 
He graduated from Yale College with the degree of A.B. in 1869. After 
a year of post-graduate study at the University of Michigan he received 
the degree of A.M. He then studied three years at the University of 
Berlin and Leipzig, receiving his Ph.D. from the latter University in 
1873. During the same years he was engaged with Mr. George Ban- 
croft in the preparation of the tenth volume of his "History of the United 
States." He also carried dispatches to Washington which contained 
the decision of Emperor William as arbitrator between Great Britain and 
the United States in regard to the Northwestern boundary. Dr. Scott 
was Instructor in German at the University of Michigan (1873-5). He 
collected and arranged materials for Bancroft's "History of the Consti- 
tution of the United States" (1875-82), at the same time acting as 
associate in History at Johns Hopkins University. He there organized 
a seminar of American History and conducted it from 1876 until 1882. 

In 1883 Dr. Scott was made Professor of History, Political Economy 
and Constitutional IaIw at Rutgers. On November 25, 1890, he was 
elected President of the CoUege and was inaugurated February 4, 1891. 
He conducted its affairs with great ability and devotion for fifteen years 
until January 1, 1906, when his desire to devote a larger part of his 
time and abilities to the work of teaching and writing led him to 
relinquish the duties of the executive. During his administration the 
CoUege Extension Department was organized and successfully carried 
on, the teaching of the English Bible was introduced into the curriculum, 
and in other respects the educational side of the College was enlarged. On 
the property side the improvement during these years was very marked. 
Two of the handsomest college buildings were erected. Mr. Robert F. 
Ballantine, of Newark, for many years a Trustee of the College, was the 
generous donor of a well-equipped gymnasium, and Mr. Ralph Voorhees 
gave the College a new library. The ground for both of these buildings 
was tlie gift of Mr. James Neilson. Van Nest Hall was improved, 
chiefly by the liberality of Mrs. Ann Bussing of New York. The house 
adjoining the preparatory school was purchased and put into use for the 
younger scholars. The campus was also greatly improved and beautified. 
By the generosity of Mr. James Neilson, the students have the use of 
the Neilson Athletic Field. 

It was from Dr. Scott's initiative that the Alumni Endowment Fund 
was begun in the first year of his administration, a fund which not only 
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binds a large number of loyal alumni to their Alma Mater. Large 
additions were also made in this period to the general endowments of 
the institution by the liberality of Mr. Robert Schell, Miss Helen M. 
Gould, Mr. Peter Donald and others. By no means the least of Dr. 
Scott's accomplishments were the adjustment of the long-standing account 
with the State and the passage of a new law governing the State appro- 
priations to the College. 

Since his resignation as President, in 1906, Dr. Scott has continued 
to perform the duties of the Voorhees professorship of History and 
Political Science with eminent success. The degree of LL.D. was 
bestowed upon him by Princeton in 1891 and by Rutgers in 1914. 



REV. WILLIAM HENRY STEELE DEMAREST, D.D. 
Inaugurated as President, June 20, 1906. 

Dr. Demarest was born at Hudson, New York, May 12, 1863. He is 
the son of the Rev. David D. Demarest, D.D., LL.D., for thirty-three 
years Professor of Pastoral Theology and Sacred Rhetoric in the New 
Brunswick Theological Seminary. His mother was Catharine L., daughter 
of James Schureman Nevius, Justice of the Supreme Court of New 
Jersey. President Demarest is the first alumnus of Rutgers College to 
become its President. Ancestrally, his connection with the College is 
almost co-extensive with its history. He has himself been a Trustee 
since 1899 and was Secretary of the Board from 1904 until 1906. His 
father was a Trustee of the College from 1858 until his death in 1898 
and Secretary of the Board from 1866. His maternal grandfather was 
a Trustee from 1825 until 1858 and Secretary from 1825 until 1830. 
His great-grandfather, the Rev. Henry Polhemus, was Trustee from 
1800 until 1816 and his great-great-grandfather, the Hon. John Schure- 
man, was a Trustee from 1782 until 1795. 

His boyhood and young manhood were spent in New Brunswick. He 
graduated from the Grammar School in 1879 and from the College as 
the first honor man of the class of 1883. After teaching in the Grammar 
School two years, he entered the Theological Seminary and graduated in 
1888. Being licensed to preach by the Classis of New Brunswick and 
ordained by the Classis of Orange, he had successful pastorates in the 
Reformed Churches of Walden, N. Y. (1888-1897) and Catskill, N. Y. 
(1897-1901). The General Synod of 1901 elected him Professor of 
Ecclesiastical History and Church Government in the New Brunswick 
Theological Seminary. He thus returned to the -service of the institution 
to which his father gave the best years of his life. Dr. Demarest con- 
tinued in his professorship five years. During the last of these years he 
was also acting President of Rutgers College. The Trustees elected him 
President of the College February 8, 1906, and he was inaugurated June 
20, 1906, in the presence of the largest assembly of alumni and friends 
which has ever attended a college function at New Brunswick. Rutgers 
conferred upon him the degree of Doctor of Divinity in 1901 and the 
University of New York gave the same degree in 1916. He also received 
the degree of LL.D. from Columbia University in 1910, from Union 
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he served as President of the General Synod of the Reformed Church in 
America. 

The first ten years of President Demarest's administration have been 
marked by a very vigorous life in the old college. The adjustment of 
the relations with the state, accomplished before the end of Dr. Scott's 
administration, has borne fruit in largely increased appropriations. The 
Neilson Campus which adjoins the Queen's Campus became the property 
of the College through the liberality of Mr. James Neilson of New 
Brunswick. Upon it two large buildings have been erected, the Engineer- 
ing Building and the Chemistry Building. Several smaller pieces of 
property including five residences adjoining the Neilson Campus haVe 
been acquired by purchase so that nearly all the property between the 
Queen's Campus and the Theological Seminary is in the hands of the 
College. Upon part of this a new dormitory has been ei-ected at a cost 
of about $125,000 by the late John Howard Ford of New York City, a 
trustee of the College. A large extension of the Robert F. BaUantine 
Gymnasium, which contains a fully-equipped swimming pool, costing 
more thon $30,000 has been erected, Mrs. Robert F. BaUantine giving 
$27,000 for this purpose. An Entomology Building has also been acquired. 
The College has enlarged its land holdings by an extensive tract com- 
prising two blocks on the western side of College Avenue and by lots' 
on George Street extending from the Neilson Athletic Field to the new 
Buccleuch Park. Upon the latter four residences have been erected which 
are occupied as dormitories by the Rutgers Preparatory School. The 
strip of land between George Street and the canal and extending west- 
ward from a point near Seminary Place nearly to the end of College 
Avenue has become College property. The College Farm has been greatly 
enlarged so that it now includes nearly 350 acres of land. On it has 
been erected a handsome Agricultural Building by a state appropriation 
of $100,000. The Short Course Building, the Poultry Administration 
Building, greenhouses, dairy barn and other buildings have also been 
added. 

The progress along educational lines in these ten years has not fallen 
behind that along property lines. The faculty has increased considerably 
in numbers. Short Courses in Agriculture during the winter months 
and a Summer Session have been established. The number of students 
in the regular courses has doubled. Several industrial fellowships for 
graduate students have been founded and new lecture courses inau- 
gurated. The loyalty of the Alumni has been strengthened by the found- 
ing of several new local Alumni Associations and the ancient interest of 
the Reformed Church in the College founded by its ministers and elders 
has been fostered. The outlook for Rutgers was never before so promising 
as in the year of its 150th anniversary. 

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APPOINTED. 

1810 Rev. Iba Condict, D.D *1811 

President pro tern,, 1794-1810. 

1811 Rev. John Schubeman, S.T.D *1818 

A.B. (Queen's, 1795). 

1833 Rev. Jacob Jones Janeway, D.D tl839 *1858 

Trustee, 1830-50. 
1839 Theodobe Stbong, LL.D t3863 *1869 

LL.D. (Rutgers, 1835). 
1864 Geobge Hammell Cook, Ph.D., LL.D *1889 

Professor, 1853-89. 
1890 Rev. Theodobe Sandeobd Doolitti.e, D.D., LL.D *1893 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1859). 



FACULTY. 



It is impossible, with the scanty information at our command, to make 
a list of the Faculty of Queen's College which is altogether satisfactory. 
The dates of service of the early tutors and professors are in a few cases 
somewhat conjectural and the subjects of their instruction entirely 
lacking. On this account notes have been placed at the bottom of the 
page to indicate the reason for inserting names and dates. 

APPOINTED. 

GEN. FREDERICK FRELINGHUYSEN, A.B. (Prince- 
ton, 1770), A.M : *1804 

Trustipe, Queen's, 1782-1804. 
1777 COL. JOHN TAYLOR, A.B. (Princeton, 1770), x\.M., 

LL.D *1801 

Born at Princeton, N. J., Aug. 1, 1751. 

Colonel in Continental Army. 

In battles of Trenton, Princeton and Monmouth. 

Tutor, Queen's, 1777. 

Professor of Natural Philosophy and Mathematics, 

Queen's, 1781-91. 
Professor, Mathematics and Natural Science, Union 

College, 1797. 
Acting President, Union, 1795. 
Librarian, Union, 1796. 
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APPOINTED. / 

1777 JOHN BOG ART,* A.B. (Queen's, 1775) 

Tutor, 1777-81. 
1782 REV. SOLOMON FROELIGH,* D.D. (Queen's, 1811) *1827 

1782 JAMES SCHUREMAN,' A.B. (Queen's, 1775) ♦1824 

Tutor, 1782- , 1807- . 

1783 REV. SIMEON VAN ARSDALEN,' A.B. (Queen's, 1780), 

A.M. (Queen's, 1783) *1786 

1785 REV. JACOB RUTSEN HARDENBERGH, D.D. (Prince- 
ton, 1771) *1790 

President of the College, 1785-90. 

1789 JAMES STEVENSON,* A.B. (Queen's, 1789) 

Tutor, 1789-90, 1809-11. 
1789 REV. GERSHOM WILLIAMS," A.B. (Queen's, 1789), A.M. 

(Queen's, 1792) 

Tutor, 178^92. 

1791 REV. WILLIAM LINN, A.B. (Princeton, 1772), S.T.D 

(Columbia, 1789) *1808 

President pro tern, of the College, 1791-94. 

1792 REV. HENRY VAN DYKE'^ .*1804 

Senior Tutor and Professor of Moral Philosophy, 1792- 

1793 CHARLES SMITH,' A.B. (Princeton, 1786), A.M. (Queen's, 

1791), M.B. (Queen's, 1792) *1848 

Senior Tutor, 1793-94. 
Tutor, 1807- 

1794 JACOB RUTSEN HARDENBERGH,' JR., A.B. (Queen's, 

1788), A.M. (Queen's, 1791) *1841 

1794 REV. IRA CONDICT, D.D. (Princeton, 1810) *1811 

President pro tern, of the College, 1794-1810. 

Professor of Moral Philosophy, 1794-95, 1807-11. 
1809 DANIEL HARRISON CONDICT, A.B. (Princeton, 1807)..*1811 

Tutor, 1809-11. 

Trustee, Queen's, 1811. 
1809 ROBERT ADRAIN, A.M. (Queen's, 1810), LL.D. (Colum- 
bia, 1818) *1843 

Professor of Mathematics, 1809-13, 1825-27. 

1 From a letter written in 1777 by Col. John Taylor to John Bogart, it 
appears that the latter took charge of the classes of Col. Taylor during his 
absence in the American Army. At this time the sessions were held near 
Readlngton, N. J. The exact termination of this arrangement is uncertain. 

2 A minute of the Trustees, dated June 12, 1782, states that Mr. Froellgh 
and Mr. James Schureman were "added to the faculty." 

* A minute of the Trustees of 1783 states that Mr. Van Arsdalen was 
added to the faculty. 

* A minute of the Trustees, January 28. 1789. states that James Steven- 
son was added to the faculty. His appointment is mentioned again May 
15, 1809. and his resignation in 1811. 

5 A minute of the Trustees, September 12, 1792. contains tne report that 
Mr. Williams had resigned as instructor. Rev. Mr. Van Dyke was made 
Senior Tutor and Professor, of Moral Philosophy. 

«The minutes of the Trustees of June 20, 1793, contain the report that 
Mr. Smith had been engaged as Senior Tutor for the next year. Dr. Smith 
is mentioned In the new faculty chosen September 17. 1807 

^ The minutes of the Trustees of April 9. 1794, contain the resolution that 
Jacob R. Hardenbergh be added to the faculty. 



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APPOINTED. 

1810 REV. JOHN H. LIVINGSTON, A.B. (Yale, 1762), A.M. 

(Yale, 1765), S.T.D. (Utrecht, 1770) *1825 

President of the College, 1810-25. 

1811 REV. JOHN DE WITT,^ A.B. (Union and Coll. N. J., 

1809), D.D. (Union, 1821) *183l 

Tutor, 1811-12. 

Professor of Belles-Lettres, Elements of Criticism and 

Logic, 1825-31. 
Trustee, Rutgers, 1823-31. 

1812 REV. JOHN SCHUREMAN, A.B. (Queen's, 1795), A.M. 

(Queen's, 1812 and Coll. N. J., 1801), S.T.D. (Columbia, 
1816) *1818 

Vice President of the College, 1812-18. 

Professor of Moral Philosophy and Belles-Lettres, 
1813-18. 

1812 REV. CORNELIUS C. VERMEULE, A.B. (Queen's, 1812), 

A.M., M.D., D.D *1859 

Tutor of Languages, 1812-14. 
Professor of Languages, 1814-15. 

1813 HENRY VETHAKE, A.B. (Columbia, 1808), A.M. (Co- 

lumbia, 1811. and Coll. N. J., 1815), LL.D. (Columbia, 

1836) ♦1866 

Born in Essequibo Co., British Guiana. 
Professor of Mathematics, Queen's, 1813-14. 
Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 

Princeton, 1817-21. 
Professor, do., Dickinson, 1821-29. 
Professor, do., Univ. N. Y., 1832-35. 
President of Washington College, Lexington, Va., 

1835-36. 
Professor of Mathematics, Univ. Penn., 1836-55. 
Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, do., 

1855-59. 
Vice Provost, do., 1846-54. 
Provost, do., 1854-59. 

Professor of Higher Mathematics, Philadelphia Poly- 
technic, 1859-66. 
Died, Dec. 16, 1866. 

1813 REV. AVA NEAL,* A.B. (Columbia, 1810) *1839 

Born. 1781 (?) 
Tutor, Queen's, 1813-14. 
N. B. Sem., 1816, R. D. clergyman. 
Died, 1839. 
1825 REV. PHILIP MILLEDOLER, A.B. (Columbia, 1793), 

A.M. (Columbia, 1797), S.T.D. (Univ. Penn., 1805) *1852 

President of the College, 1825-40. 
Professor of Moral Philosophy, 1825-41. 



1 The minutes of the Trustees of November 14, 1811, contain the report 
that Mr. De Witt had agreed to take charge of the Freshman and Sophomore 
classes for the present session. 

2 The employment of Mr. Ava Neal is mentioned in the minutes of Decem- 
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APPOINTED. 

1825 REV. WILLIAM CRAIG BROWNLEE, A.M. (Univ. Glas- 
gow, 1808), D.D. (Princeton, 1820) *1860 

Born in Scotland, 1783. 

R. D. clergyman. 

Professor of Languages, Rutgers, 1825-26. 

Died in New York City, Feb. 10, IStiO. 

1825 REV. SBLAH STRONG WOODHULL, A.B. (Yale, 1802, 

and Columbia, 1803), A.M. (Yale, 1805, and Columbia, 
1800), D.D. (Union, 1822) *182t5 

Professor of Metaphysics and the Philosophy of the 
Human Mind, 1825-26. 

Trustee, Rutgers, 1825-26. 

1826 REV. JAMES SPENCER CANNON, A.M. (Queen's, 

1811), D.D. (Union, 1819) *1852 

Professor of Metaphysics and the Philosophy of the 
Human Mind, 182&-52. 

1826 JOSEPH NELSON, A.B. (Columbia, 1804), A.M. (Colum- 

bia, 1808), LL.D. (Rutgers, 1825) *1830 

Professor of Languages, 1826-29. 

1827 THEODORE STRONG, A.B. (Yale, 1812), A.M. (Hamil- 

ton, 1815), LL.D. (Rutgers, 1835) *1869 

Vice President of the College, 1839-63. 

Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 

1827-63. 
Emeritus, 1861. 

1829 REV. ALEXANDER McCLELLAND, A.B. (Union, 1809), 

A.M. (Union), D.D. (Princeton, 1818, Union and Dick- 
inson, 1830) *1864 

Born at Schenectady, N. Y., 1794. 

R. D. clergyman. 

Professor of Logic, Metaphysics and Belles-Lettres, 
Dickinson, 1822-29. 

Professor of Languages, Rutgers, 1829-32. 

Professor of Oriental Literature, Rutgers, 1833-40. 

Professor of Oriental Languages and Literature, and of 
the Evidences of Christianity, Rutgers, 1840-51. 

Professor of Biblical Literature, N. B. Sem., 1832-^51. 

Died, Dec. 19, 1864. 

1830 LEWIS CALEB BECK, A.B. (Union, 1817), A.M. (Union), 

M.D *1853 

Born at Schenectady, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1798. 

Professor of Botany, Rensselaer Polytechnic, 1824-29. 

Professor of Botany and Chemistry, Vermont Academy 
of Medicine, 1826-32. 

Professor of Chemistry and Natural Philosophy, Rut- 
gers, 1830-53. 

Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy, Albany Medical 
College, 1841-53. 

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APPOINTED. 

1832 REV. JOHN DAVID OGILBY, A.B. (Columbia, 1829), 

A.M. (Columbia, 1833), D.D *1851 

Born in Dublin, Ireland, Dec 30, 1810. • 

Professor of the Latin and Greek languages, Rutgers, 

1832-40. 
Episc. clergyman. 
Professor of Ecclesiastical History, General Theological 

Seminary, 1840-51. 
Died in Paris, France, Feb. 2, 1851. 

1833 REV. FREDERICK OGILBY, A.B. (Rutgers, 1833), A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1836) , D.D. (Rutgers, 1858) *1878 

Tutor in Languages, 1833-35. 
1833 REV. JACOB JONES JANE WAY, A.B. (Columbia, 1794), 

A.M. (Columbia), D.D *1858 

Vice President of the College, 1833-39. 

Professor of Belles-Lettres, Evidences of Christianity 

and Political Economy, 1833-39. 
Trustee, Rutgers, 1830-50. 
1835 CORNELIUS L. HARDENBERGH, A.B. (Queen's, 1809), 

A.M. (Queen's, 1812), LL.D. (Rutgers, 1852) *1860 

Professor of Law, 1835- 
1838 REV. WILLIAM J. THOMPSON, A.B. (Rutgers, 1834), 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1837) *1867 

Tutor in Latin and Greek, 1838-41. 
1840 HON. A. BRUYN HASBROUCK, A.B. (Yale, 1810), A.M. 

(Yale, 1819), LL.D. (Columbia, 1S40, Union, 1841) *1879 

President of the College, 1840-50. 

Professor of Constitutional and International Law, Polit- 
ical Economy, Rhetoric and belles-Lettres, 1840-44. 
Professor of Constitutional Law, 1844-50. 
1840 REV. JOHN WILLIAMS PROUDFIT, A.B. (Union, 1823), 

D.D. (Union, 1841) *1870 

Born at Salem, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1803. 

Princeton Seminary, 1824. 

Presb. clergyman. 

Professor of Latin Language and Literature, Univ. N. 

Y., 1833-41. 
Professor of the Greek and Latin Languages and Litera- 
tures, Rutgers, 1840-45. 
Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, Rut- 
gers, 1845-59. 
Died, Mch. 9, 1870. 



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APPOINTED. 

1841 WILLIAM HENRY CROSBY, A.B. (Columbia, 1827), 

A.M , *1892 

Boru in New York City, June 28, 1808. 

Lawyer. 

Adjunct Professor of the Greek and Latin Languages 

and Literature, Rutgers, 1841-45. 
Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, Rut- 
gers, 1845-49. 
Resided in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1849-81, and New 

York City, 1881-92. 
Died, May 21, 1892. 
1841 REV. SAMUEL ALEXANDER VAN VRANKEN, A.B. 

(Union, 1815) , S.T.D. (Columbia, 1836) *1861 

Professor of Moral Philosophy, 1841-46. 

Professor of the Evidences of Christianity, and Logic, 

184e-60. 
Trustee, Rutgers, 1819-40. 

1841 REV. THOMAS L'HOMBRAL 

Professor of the French Language and Literature, 
1841-42. 

1841 PETER ISAAC GUISBERTI HODENPYL ^. ^1891 

Born in Rotterdam, HoUand, Aug. 10, 1811. 
Professor of Modern Languages and Literature, 1841-46. 
Resided at Ravenna, Mich., 1846-51, and Grand Rapids, 

Mich., 1851-91, 
Died, Mch. 29, 1891. 
1846 REV. CHARLES R. von ROMONDT, A.B. (Rutgers, 
1841), A.M. (Rutgers, 1844, and Washington & Lee Univ., 

1863) *1889 

Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures, 1846-59. 

1850 HON. THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN, A.B. (Coll. of N. 

J., 1804), LL.D. (Princeton, 1833, and Rutgers, 1841) . . .*1862 
President of the College, 1850-62. 

Professor of International and Constitutional Law, and 
Moral Philosophy, 1850-62. 

1851 REV. WILLIAM HENRY CAMPBELL, A.B. (Dickinson, 

1828), D. D. (Union, 1844), LL.D. (Lafayette, 1862) . . . .*1890 
President of the College, 1863-S2. 
Professor of Belles-Lettres, 1851-63. 
Professor of Moral Philosophy, 1862-63. 
Theodore Frelinghuysen Professor of Biblical Literature, 

Moral Philosophy and Evidences of Christianity, 

1863-82. 
Professor of the Evidences of Christianity, 1882-86. 

1852 REV. JOHN LUDLOW, A.B. (Union, 1814), A.M. (Union, 

1817), D.D. (Union, 1827), LL.D. (Rutgers, 1851) n857 

Professor of Metaphysics and Mental Philosophy, 
1852-57. 



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APPOINTED. 

1852 REV. WILLIAM IRVIN, A.B. (Rutgers, 1851), A.M. (Rut- 

gers, 1854), D.D. (Coll. of N. J., 1873) *1909 

Tutor in Latin, 1852-54. 

Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, 
1854-^9. 

1853 GEORGE HAMMELL COOK, C.E. (Troy Polytechnic, 

1839), B.S. (Troy Polytechnic, 1840), M.S. (Troy Poly- 
technic, 1846), Ph.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1856), LL.D. (Union, 

1865) *1889 

Born at Hanover, N. J., Jan. 5, 1818. 

Tutor, Adjunct Professor, Professor of Natural Science, 

Troy Polytechnic, 1839-46. 
Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, Al- 
bany Academy, 1848-51. 
Principal, do., 1851-53. 
Vice President of Rutgers College, 1864-89. 
Professor of Chemistry and the Natural Sciences, Rut- 
gers, 1853-67. 
Professor of Chemistry, Natural History and Agricul- 
ture, Rutgers, 1867-78. 
Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Geology and Agricul- 
ture, Rutgers, 1878-80. 
Professor of Geology and Agriculture, Rutgers, 1880-89. 
Director of the Experiment Station, Rutgers, 1888-89. 
Assistant State Geologist, 1854-56. 
State Geologist, 1864-89. 
Died, Sept. 22, 1889. 
1857 REV. SAMUEL MERRILL WOODBRIDGE, A.B. (Univ. 
N. Y., 1838), A.M. (Rutgers, 1841), D.D. (Rutgers, 1857; 

Union, 1858) , LL.D. (Rutgers, 1883) *1905 

Professor of Mental Philosophy. 1857-64. 
1859 REV. HOWARD CROSBY, A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1844), 

S.T.D. (Harvard, 1859), LL.D. (Columbia, 1872) *1891 

Born in New York City, Feb. 27, 1826. 
Presb. clergyman. 

Professor of Greek, Univ. N. Y., 1850-59. 
Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, Rut- 
gers, 1859-63. 
Died, Mch. 29, 1891. 
1859 REV. MARSHALL HENSHAW, A.B. (Amherst, 1845), 

D.D. (Amherst, 1872), LL.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1863) *1900 

Born at Bethany, Penn., Oct. 3, 1820. 
Tutor, Amherst, 1847-49. 
Principal, 1849-59. 

Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and As- 
tronomy, Rutgers, 1859-63. 
Principal of Williston Seminary, 1863-77. 
Lecturer on Natural Philosophy, Amherst, 1881-91. 
Died, Dec, 1900. 



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APPOINTED. 

1859 REV. THEODORIC ROMEYN BECK, A.B. (Rutgers, 

1849), A.M. (Rutgers, 1852), D.D. (Rutgers, 1879) *1896 

Acting Professor of Latin, 1859-60. 

1859 GUSTAVUS FISCHER, LL.D. (Rutgers, 1871) *1893 

Professor of Modern Languages and Literature, 
1859-68. 

1860 REV. JOHN FORSYTH, A.B. (Rutgers, 1829), A.M. 

(Union, 1834), D.D. (Rutgers, lSi2), LL.D. (Coll. of 

N. J., 1875) *1886 

Professor of the English Language and Literature, 
1860-^. 

1860 REV. DE WITT T. B. REILEY, A.B. (Rutgers, 1857), 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1860) *1900 

Acting Professor of Latin, 1860-61. 
Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, 
1861-85. 

1861 REV. JOSEPH FREDERICK BERG, M.D. (Jefferson Med. 

Coll.), D.D *1871 

Professor of the Evidences of Christianity, and Logic, 

1861-64. 
Professor of the Evidences of Christianity, 1864-67. 
Trustee, Rutgers, 1860-64. 
1863 REV. DAVID COLE, A.B. (Rutgers, 1842), A.M. (Rutgers, 

1845), D.D. (Franklin and Marshall, 1865) *1903 

Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, 
1863-66. 
1863 DAVID MURRAY, A.B. (Union, 1852), Ph.D. (N. Y. 
Board of Regents, 1863), LL.D. (Rutgers, 1873, and 

Union, 1874) *1905 

Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and 
Astronomy, 1863-76. 

1863 REV. CORNELIUS E. CRISPELL, A.B. (Rutgers, 1839), 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1842), D.D. (Rutgers, 1867) *1910 

Professor of Ancient and Modern History, 1863-66. 

1864 REV. THEODORE SANDFORD DOOLITTLE, A.B. (Rut- 

gers, 1859), A.M. (Rutgers, 1862), D.D. (Wesleyan, 
1872), LL.D. (Union, 1891) *1893 

Vice President of the College, 1890-93. 

Acting President, 1890-91. 

Collegiate Church Professor of Rhetoric, Ix)gic and 
Mental Philosophy, 1864-93. 

1865 LUTHER HENRY TUCKER, A.M. (Yale, 1858) *1897 

Born at Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 19, 1834. 

Editor and Proprietor of "The Cultivator and Country 

Gentleman," Albany, N. Y., 1854-84. 
Professor of the Theory and Practice of Agriculture, 

Rutgers, 1865-66. 
Died, Feb. 23, 1897. 



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APPOINTED. 

1865 JOHN CONOVER SMOCK, A.fi. (Rutgers, 1862), A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1865), Ph.D. (Lafayette, 1882), LL.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1902) 

Tutor in Chemistry, 1865-67. » 

Professor-elect of Mining and Metallurgy, 1867-71. 
Professor of Mining and Metallurgy, 1871-85. 

1866 REV. JACOB COOPER, A.B. (Yale, 1852), A.M. (Yale, 

1855), Ph.D. (Berlin, 1854), D.C.L. (Jena, 1873), 

S.T.D. (Columbia, 1874), LL.D. (Tulane, 1895) *1904 

Born in Butler Co., Ohio, Dec. 7, 1830. 

Professor of Greek, Centre College, Kentucky, 1855-66. 

Chaplain, Union Army, 1862-63. 

Editor, "DanviUe Quarterly," 1861-65. 

Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, Rutgers, 

1866-93. 
Collegiate Church Professor of Logic and Mental Phi- 
losophy, Rutgers, 1893-1904. 
Died, Jan. 31, 1904. 
1866 JOSIAH HOLOOMB KELLOGG, Brevet-Major U. S. A., 
West Point, 1860, Col. Vol. Retired Major (1904), Chi- 
cago, 111 

Born in Penn., Oct. 1, 1836. 

Professor of Engineering and Military Superintendent, 
1866-71. 

1866 FRANCIS CUYLER VAN DYCK, A.B. (Rutgers, 1865), 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1868), Ph.D. (Union, 1888), D.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1910) , LL.D. (Rutgers, 1915) 

Tutor in Chemistry, 1866-70. 

Professor of Analytical Chemistry, 1870-78. 

Professor of Chemistry, 1878-80. 

Professor of Physics and Inorganic Chemistry, 1880-82. 

Professor of Physics and Experimental Mechanics, 1882- 

Dean of the College, 1901-13. 

1867 ISAAC EDGAR HASBROUCK, A.B. (Rutgers, 1865), 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1868) 

Tutor in Mathematics, 1867-72; also in Latin, 1868-71. 
Adjunct Professor of Mathematics and Graphics, 

1872-77. 
Professor of Mathematics and Graphics, 1877-84. 
1867 HON. JOSEPH P. BRADLEY, A.B. (Rutgers, 1836), 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1839), LL.D. (Lafayette, 1859) *1892 

Lecturer on Political Economy and Constitutional Law, 

1867-68. 
Lecturer on the History of the English Bible, 1868-<59. 



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APPOIN^TBD. 

1868 EDWARD A. BOWSER, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1868), M.Sc. 

(Rutgers, 1871), C.E. (Rutgers, 1873), LL.D. (Lafay- 
ette, 1881, and Rutgers, 1905) *1910 

Tutor in Engineering and Mathematics, 1868-70. 

Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, 1870-71. 

Professor of Mathematics and Engineering, 1871-1904. 

Emeritus Professor of Mathematics and Engineering, 
1904-10. 

1869 GEORGE WASHINGTON ATHERTON, A.B. (Yale, 

1863), A.M. (Yale, 1866), LL.D. (FrankUn and Mar- 

shaU, 1883) *1906 , 

Born at Boxford, Mass., June 30, 1837. 

Member of 10th Connecticut Volunteers, 1863-65. 

Voorhees Professor of History, Political Economy and 

Constitutional Law, Rutgers, 1869-82. 
Military Superintendent, Rutgers, 1871-80. 
President, Pennsylvania State College, 1882-1905. 
Died, July 24, 1906. 

1869 REV. CARL MEYER, D.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1869) , .*1901 

Born in Hesse Darmstadt, Germany, Oct. 26, 1824. 
Studied at University of Giesen, 1843-46, and Halle, 

1846-47. 
Pastor, Homberg, Germany, 1854-60. 
Professor of EJcclesiastical and Universal History, Ba* 

varia, 1860-62. 
Clergyman R. C. A., 1862-1901. 
Professor of Modern Languages, Rutgers, 1869-90. 
Professor of Modern Languages and Literature, Rutgers, 

1890-1901. 
Died, Dec. 4, 1901. 

1872 ALBERT STANBUROUGH COOK, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1872), 

M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1875), A.M. (Rutgers, 1882, and Yale, 
1889), PH.D. (Jena, 1882), L.H.D. (Rutgers, 1889), 

LL.D. (Rutgers, 1906) 

Tutor in Mathematics. 1872-73. 

1873 CHARLES GREENE ROCK WOOD, A.B. (Yale, 1864), 

A.M. (Yale, 1867; Bowdoin, 1869; Princeton, 1896), 

Ph.D. (Yale, 1866) *1913 

Born in New York City, Jan. 11, 1843. 

Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philo^sv^phy, 

Bowdoin, 1868-73. 
Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and 

Astronomy, Rutgers, 1873-75. 
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, and In- 
structor in Natural Philosophy, Rutgers, 1875-77. 
Professor of Mathematics, Princeton, 1877-1905. 
Emeritus, do., 1905-13. 
Died, July 2, 1913. 
1873 JAMES KENNEDY BARTON, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1871), 

C.E. (Rutgers, 1873), M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1874) *1877 

Tutor in Mathematics, 1873-74. 



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APPOINTED. 

1876 HENRY PRENTISS ARMSBY, B.S. (Worcester Poly- 

technic Institute, 1871), Ph.B. (Yale, 3874), Ph.D. 
(Yale, 1879), LL.D. (Univ. of Wisconsin, 19(H), State 

College, Pa 

Born at Northbridge, Mass., Sept. 21, 1853. 

Assistant to the Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers, 

1876-77. 
Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, Univ. of Wisconsin, 

1883-87. 
Director, Penn. Agric. Exper. Station, 1887-1907. 
Director, Institute of Animal' Nutrition, Penn. State 
Coll., 1907. 

1877 GEORGE BENJAMIN MERRIMAN, A.B. (Wesleyan 

Univ., Ohio, 1863), A.M. (Wesleyan Univ., Ohio, 1866, 

and Univ. Michigan, 1864), Washington, D. C 

Born at Pontiac, Mich., Apr. 15, 1834. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Univ. of Michigan, 

1866-71. 
Acting Professor of Physics, do., 1871-75. 
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Albion, 

1875-77. 
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, and In- 
structor in Natural Philosophy, Rutgers, 1877-80. 
Professor of Mathematics, Astronomy and Experimental 

Mechanics, Rutgers, 1880-82. 
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Rutgers, 

1882-91. 
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Middlebury, 

1891-94. 
On staff of U. S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D. C, 

1894- 
1877 PETER TOWNSEND AUSTEN, B.S. (Columbia, 1872), 

Ph.D. (Zurich, 1876) *1907 

Born at Clifton, Staten Island, Sept. 10, 1852. 
Instructor in Chemistry, Dartmouth, 1876-78. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers, 1877-78 

Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Rutgers, 

1878-79. 
Adjunct Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Rutgers, 

1879-80. 
Professor of Analytical and Applied Chemistry, Rutgers, 

1880-82. 
Professor of General and Applied Chemistry, Rutgers, 

1882-90. 
Extension Lecturer in Chemistry, Rutgers, 1892-93. 
Professor of Chemistry, Brooklyn Polytechnic, 1893-96. 
Consulting Chemist, 1896-1907. 
Died, Dec. 30, 1907. 



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APPOINTED. 

1879 FRANCIS AUGUSTUS WILBER, B.Sc (Rutgers, 1879), 

M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1882) *1891 

Assistant in Analytical Chemistry, 1879-83. 
Adjunct Professor of Analytical Chemistry, 1883-90. 
Professor, of Analytical Chemistry, 1890-91. 

1880 REV. CHARLES EDWARD HART, A.B. (Coll. of N. J., 

1858), A.M. (Coll. of N. J., 1861), D.D. (Rutgers, 1880), 
Professor of the English Language and Literature, 

1880-97 

Theodore Frelinghuysen Professor of Ethics, Evidences 

of Christianity and the English Bible, 1897-1903. 
Theodore Frelinghuysen Professor of Ethics and Evi- 
dences of Christianity, 1903-07. 
Emeritus Professor of Ethics and Evidences of Chris- 
tianity, 1907- 
1880 - SAMUEL NELSON HOLMES, First Lieutenant, 13th U. S. 

Infantry, West Point, 1873 *1884 

Born at Wilkesbarre, Pa., Sept., 1848. 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics, 1880-82. 
Burned to death at Prescott, Ariz., Feb. 15, 1884. 
1882 MERRILL EDWARDS GATES, A.B. (Rochester, 1870), 
A.M. (Rochester, 1873), Ph.D. (Univ. of the State of N. 
Y., 1880>, LL.D. (Rochester, 1882; CoU. of N. J., 1882; 
Columbia, 1891; Williams, 1893), L.H.D. (Columbia, 

1887), Washington. D. C 

President of the College, 1882-90. 

Theodore Frelinghuysen Professor of Moral Philosophy, 
1882-90. 

1882 FRANK LORING DODDS, Second Lieutenant, 9th U. S. 

Infantry, West Point, 1879; Lieut. -Col., 1909, Governor's 
Island, N. Y 

Born in Pennsylvania, Dec. 8, 1854. 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics, 1882-84. 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics, and of 
Graphics, 1884-85. ' 

1883 AUSTIN SCOTT, A.B. (Yale, 1869), A.M. (Univ. of Mich- 

igan, 1870), Ph.D. (Leipsic, 1873), LL.D. (Princeton, 

1891 ; Rutgers, 1914) " 

President of the College, 1891-1906. 

Voorhees Professor of History, Political Economy and 

Constitutional Law, 1883-91. 
V^oorhees Professor of History and Political Science, 
1891- 



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APPOINTED. 

1883 LOUIS BEVIER, Jb., A.B. (Rutgers, 1878), A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1881), Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins, 1881), Litt.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1908) 

Instructor in French, 1883-85. 

Adjunct Professor of Modern Languages, 1885-90. 

Acting Professor of Latin, 1887 -S9. 

Professor of Modern Languages, 18i)0-93. 

Secretary of the Extension Department, 1892-1904. 

Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, 1893- 

Dean of the College, 1913- 
1883 EDGAR SOLOMON SHUMWAY, A.B. (Amherst, 1879), 

A.M. (Amherst, 1882), Ph.D. (Rutgers, 1893) 

' Adjunct Professor of Latin, 1883-85. 

Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, 1885- 
1900. 

1885 JOHN THOMAS HONEYCUTT, First Lieutenant, 1st U. 

S. Artillery, West Point, 1874 ; Captain, 6th U. S. Artil- 
lery, 1898 *1898 

Born at Binnsville, Miss., Jan. 5, 1851. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, West Point, 

187&-82. 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics, and of 

Graphics, Rutgers, 1885-86. 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics, Rutgers, 

1886-88. 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics, St. Thomas 

Hall, Holly Springs, Miss., 1897-98. 
Died Oct. 7, 1898, 

1886 ALFRED A. TITSWORTH, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1877), M.Sc. 

(Rutgers, 1880), C.E. (Rutgers, 1881), D.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1907) 

Professor of Graphics and Mathematics, 1886-1904. 

Professor of Civil Engineering and Graphics, 1904-09. 

Professor of Civil Engineering, 1909- 

Dean of Engineering, 1914— 
1888 HORACE BUSHNELL PATTON, A.B. (Amherst, 1881), 
Ph.D. (Heidelberg, 1887) 

Born at Chicago, 111., Sept. 18, 1858. 

Instructor in Natural Science and Mathematics, Howard 
Univ., 1881-83. 

Instructor in Petrography and Mineralogy, Univ. Heidel- 
berg, 1887-88. 

Adjunct Professor of Chemical Geology and Mineralogy, 
and Their Application in Agriculture (Experiment 
Station), Rutgers, 1888-90. 

Instructor in Mineralogy, Mich. School of Mines, 
1891-92. 

Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, Colorado School 
of Mines, 1893- 



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APPOINTED. 

1888 JULIUS NELSON, B.Sc. (Univ. Wis., 1881), M.Sc. (Univ. ' 

Wis., 1884), Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins, 1888) nGld 

Born at Copenhagen, Denmark, Mch. 6, 1858. 

Professor of Biology, 1888-1916. 

Biologist, N. J. Agricultural Experiment Station, 1888- 

1916. 
Died, Feb. 15, 1916. 

1888 SAMUEL EWING SMILEY, Second Lieutenant, 8th U. S. 

Infantry, West Point, 1885; Lieut.-Col., 15th U. S. In- 
fantry; LL.B. (Chicago College of Law, 1895) ; Tientsin, 
China 

Born in Indiana, May 10, 1863. 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics, 1888-91, 
1903-06. 

1889 BYRON DAVID HALSTED, B.Sc. (Mich. Agr. Coll., 

1871), M.Sc. (Mich. Agr. Coll., 1874), Sc.D. (Harvard, 

18^8) 

Born at Venice, N. Y., June 7, 1852. 
Professor of Botany, Iowa Agric. Coll., 1885-89. 
Professor of Botany and Horticulture, Rutgers, 1889- 
1889 HARRY BELKNAP BOICE, A.B. (Middlebury, 1881), 
A.M. (Middlebury, 1888), M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1888), 

Trenton, N. J 

Born at Newburgh, N. Y., July 17, 1858. 
Instructor in Gymnastics, 1889-90. 

1889 JOHN BERNHARD SMITH, D.Sc. (Rutgers, 1891) *1912 

Professor of Entomology, 1889-1912. 
1889 MARTIN NEVIUS WYCKOFF, A.B. (Rutgers, 1872), 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1875), D.Sc. (Rutgers, 1895) ^1911 

Adjunct Professor of Physics and Laboratory Assistant, 
1889-90. 

1889 JOHN DE WITT, Jr.. A.B. (Rutgers, 1886) 

Instructor in Mathematics and Assistant in English 
Composition, 1889-91. 

1889 JOHN C. VAN DYKE, L.H.D. (Rutgers, 1889) 

Lecturer upon Modern Art, 1889-91. 
Professor of the History of Art, 1891- 

1890 EDWARD THORN MIDDLETON, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 

1890) *1S02 

Instructor in Electricity and Physics, 1890-92. 
1890 IRVING STRONG UPSON, A.B. (Rutgers, 1881), A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1884) *1915 

Librarian, 1884-1906. 
Registrar, 1890-1915. 

Secretary of the Faculty, 1892-98, 1901-15. 
1890 EDWARD BURNETT VOORHEES, A.B. (Rutgers, 1881), 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1884), D.Sc. (Univ. Vt., 1900) *1911 

Professor of Agriculture, 1890-1911.. 
Director of the Agricultural College Experiment Station, 
Superintendent of the College Farm, 1900-11. 



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APPOINTED. 

1890 EDWARD LUTHER STEVENSON, A.B. (Franklin, 
1881), A.M. (FrankUn, 1884), Ph.D. (Heidelberg, 

1890), LL.D. (Franklin, 1913), New York City 

Bom at Rozetta, 111., Oct. 18, 1860. 

Superintendent of Schools in Illinois, 1883-87. 

Instructor in History, 1890-91. 

Associate Professor of History, 1891-93. 

Professor of History, 189^-1911. 

Secretary of Hispanic Society of America, New York, 

1910- 
Cartographer, do. 
1890 WILLIAM DODGE HORNE, Ph.B. (Columbia, 1886), 

Ph.D. (Columbia, 1894) 

Instructor in Analytical Chemistry, and Laboratory 
Assistant, 1890-91. 

1890 CHARLES EVERETT ADAMS, A.B. (Bowdoin, 1884), 

A.M. (Bowdoin, 1887), M.D. (Bowdoin, 1890) 

Born at Bangor, Me., Sept. 3, 1863. 
Instructor in Gymnastics, Colby Univ., 1887- 
Instructor in Gymnastics, Rutgers, 1890-91. 
Instructor in Physical Culture, Director of the Gymna- 
sium, Rutgers, 1894-98. 

1891 REV. WILLIAM RANKIN DURYEE, A.B. (Rutgers, 

1856), A.M. (Rutgers, 1859), D.D. (Rutgers, 1876) ^1897 

Theodore Frelinghuysen Professor of Ethics, Evidences 
of Christianity and*the English Bible, 1891-97. 
1891 ALBERT HUNTINGTON CHESTER, E.M. (Columbia, 
1868), A.M. (Union, 1872), Ph.D. (Columbia, 1878), Sc.D. 

(Hamilton, 1891) *1903 

Born at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1843. 
Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy and Metallurgy, 

Hamilton, 1870-91. 
Mining Engineer. 

Chemist, N. Y. State Board of Health. 
Professor of General and Applied Chemistry, Rutgers, 

1891-92. 
Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy, Curator of the 

Museum, Rutgers, 1892-1903. 
Died Apr. 13, 1903. 
1891 JOHN JAMES BRERETON, First Lieutenant, 24th U. S. 
Infantry, 1882; Lieutenant-Colonel, 33d U. S. Vol. In- 
fantry, 1898 ; West Point, 1877 , *1899 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Jan. 11, 1857. 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics, 1891-95. 

Led his company at San Juan Hill. 

Died in Luzon, Philippine Islands, Dec. 2, 1899. 



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APPOINTED. 

1891 ROBERT WOOD WORTH PRENTISS, B.Sc (Rutgers, 

1878), M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1881) ♦1913 

Associate Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, 

1891-2. 
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, 1892-1913. 
Secretary of the Faculty, 1898-1901. 
Director of the Schanck Observatory, 1903-13. 
1891 CLARENCE LIVINGSTON SPEYERS, Ph.B. (Columbia, 

1884) *1912 

Born in New York City, Jan. 8, 1863. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of 

Missouri, 1885-91. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers, 1891-92. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers, 1892-1908. 
In work for Carnegie Institution of Washington, 

1908-12. 
Died, July 25, 1912. 
1891 EDWARD LIVINGSTON BARBOUR, B.O. (National 
School of Elocution and Oratory, 1897), M.E. (Same, 

1898) 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., July 31, 1865. 

Instructor in Elocution, Virginia Military Inst, and 

Washington & Lee Univ., 1889-91. 
Instructor in Elocution, Rutgers, 1891-96. 
Instructor in Rhetoric and Elocution, Rutgers, 1896- 

1911. 
Professor of the Art of Public Speaking, Rutgers, 1911- 
Instructor in Elocution, Drew Sem., 1900. 
Instructor in Elocution, N. B. Sem., 1891- 

1891 GEORGE ANDREWS MITCHELL, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 

1891) 

Chemical Laboratory Assistant, 1891-92. 
Assistant in Chemistry, 1892-93. 

1892 WILLIAM EUGENE BREAZEALE, M.M.P. (Furraan 

Univ., 1885), M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1895) 

Instructor in Mathematics, 1892-95. 
Acting Associate Professor of Mathematics, 1902-05. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics, 1905-13. 
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, 1913- 
In ciass of 1889, Rutgers. 
1892 EUGENE BETTS, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1892), M.Sc. (Rutgers, 

1894) 

Instructor in Electricity and Physics, 1892-95. 



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APPOINTED. • 

1892 JAMES RICKARBY CAMPBELL, A.M. (Coe CoUege, 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1878), Essex Fells, N. J 

Born at New Orleans, La., Oct. 3, 1859. 

Teacher in Boys Schools. 

Professor of English Language and Literature, Coe 

College, 1886-88. 
Extension Lecturer in English Literature, Instructor 

In English Literature, Rutgers, 1892-93. 
Founder and Headmaster, Kingsley School, 1900- 
1892 ALBERT HENRY PEPPER, A.B. (Union, 1887), A.M. 

(Union, 1890) 

Instructor in Modern Languages, Rutgers, 1892-93. 
Assistant Professor of Modern Languages, Union, 

1893-1901. 
McKenzie College, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

1892 FRANK ROBERTSON VAN HORN, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 

1892), M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1893), Ph.D. (Heidelberg, 1897) . . 
Assistant in Mineralogy, 1892-93. 

1893 ELIOT ROBERTSON PAYSON, A.B. (Hamilton, 3869), 

A.M. (Hamilton, 1872), Ph.D. (Rutgers, 1892) 

Professor of the History and Art of Teaching, 1893- 

1908. 
Professor of the History of Teaching, 1908- 
Associate Professor of the German Language and Liter- 
ature, 1908- 

1893 THOMAS LOGIE, Ph.D 

Associate Professor of Romance Languages, 1893-95. 
1893 TyiLLIAM SHIELDS MYERS, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1889), 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1894), F.C.S. (London, 1892), D.Sc. 

(Rutgers, 1908) 

Assistant in Chemistry, 1893-94. 
Instructor in Chemistry, 1894-96. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry, 1896-1901. 

1S93 WOLDEMAR LOEHER 

Instructor in Modern Languages, 1893-94. 
1893 LINCOLN ROBINSON GIBBS, A.B. (Wesleyan, 1892), 

A.M. (Wesleyan, 1893, and Harvard, 1897) 

Born at Wiscasset, Me., Dec. 9, 1868. 

Instructor in English Literature, Extension Lecturer 

in English Literature, Rutgers, 1893-94. 
Instructor in English, Lehigh, 1894-95. 
Do., Boston Univ., 1896. 

Professor of English, Mt. Union Coll., 1899-1901. 
Do., Wells College, 1903-^. 
Do., Mt. Union, 1904-09. 
Do., Univ. Pittsburgh, 1909- 
1895 GEORGE BURWELL DAVIS, First Lieutenant, 5th U. S. 
Infantry, 1893 ; Major General, 1911 ; West Point, 1886 ; 

Seattle, Wash 

Born in Mass., Feb. 14, 1847. 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics, 1895-96. 



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APPOINTED. 

1895 EZRA FREDERICK SCATTERGOOD, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1893), M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1897), M.M.E. (CorneU, 1899).. 
Instructor in Mathematics, Electricity and Graphics, 
1895-99. 

1895 EDWIN BELL DAVIS, B.L. (Dartmouth, 1889), Officier 

d'Acad^mie, A.M. (Rutgers, 1916) 

Instructor in Modern Languages, 1895-1901. 
Associate Professor of Modern Languages, 1901-04. 
Professor of Romance Languages, 1904- 

1896 WILLIAM CATHCART BUTTLER, Captain, 3d U. S. 

Infantry, 1895; Colonel, Retired, 1911; West Point, 
1876 ; San Francicco, Cal 

Born in New Jersey, Nov. 10, 1853. 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics, 1896-99. 

1897 REV. HENRY DU BOIS MULFORD, A.B. (Rutgers, 

1881), A.M. (Rutgers, 1884), D.D. (Union, 19a3) 

Professor of English Language and Literature, 1897- 

1911. 
Rutgers College Lecturer on the English Bible, 1903-11. 

1898 FRED HERBERT DODGE, A.B. (Yale, 1884) 

Born at Freedom, Me., Mch. 7, 1860. 
Instructor in Physical Training, 1898^-1913. 
Director of the Ballantine Gymnasium, 1898- 
Professor of Physical Training, 1913- 

1898 FRi^NCIS CUYLER VAN DYCK, Jb., A.B. (Rutgers, 

1894), A. M. (Rutgers, 1899) *1916 

Instructor in Mathematics, Electricity and Physics, 
1898-99. 

1899 QUINCY O'M. GILLMORE, Captain, U. S. A., retired; 

West Point, 1873; Colonel Vol., 1898. New York City. . . 
Born in New York, Sept. 2, 1850. 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics, 1899-1903. 
1899 WILLIAM VAN BERGEN VAN DYCK, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1896), E.E. (Columbia, 1897), M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1899)... 
Instructor in Electrical Science, 1899-1901. 
1899 RICHARD MORRIS, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1899), M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1902), PH.D. (Cornell, 1907) 

Instructor in Mathematics and Graphics, 1899-1905. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics and Graphics, 

1905-09. 
Professor of Mathematics and Graphics, 1909-13. 
Professor of Mathematics, 1913- 
1899 ISAAC EDWARD TITS WORTH, A.B. (Rutgers, 1899)..*1904 
Assistant in Biology, 1899-1900. 



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APPOINTED. 

1900 WILLIAM HAMILTON KIRK, A.B. (Johns Hopkins, 

1893), Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins, 1895) 

Born at Dorchester, Mass., May 21, 1857. 
Instructor in Latin, Vanderbilt Univ., 1895-1900. 
Acting Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, 

Rutgers, 1900-01. 
Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, 1901- 

1900 CALVIN SMITH BROWN, B.S. (Vanderbilt, 1888), M.S. 

(Vanderbilt, 1891), D.Sc. (Vanderbilt, 1892), Ph.D. 
(Univ. Colorado, 1899) 

Born in Obion Co., Tenn., Feb. 13, 1866. 

Instructor or Professor of English, Comparative Liter- 
ature or Modern Languages, Vanderbilt Univ., Univ. 
of Colorado and Univ. of Missouri, 1889-1905. 

Instructor in Modern Languages, Rutgers, 1900-01. 

Professor of Romance Languages, Univ. of Mississippi, 
1905-09. 

Professor of German Language, do., 1908-13. 

Professor of Modern Languages, do., 1913- 

1901 ALBERT WILHELM BOESCHB, A.B. (Hamilton, 1897), 

A.M. (Hamilton, 1898), Ph.D. (Munich, 1905) 

Born at Leer, Hanover, Germany, Nov. 3, 1874. 

Tutor in I^tin, Hamilton, 1897-98. 

Professor of German, State Normal School, Plattsburg, 
N. Y., 1898-1900. 

Instructor in German, Rutgers, 1901-03. 

Instructor in German, Harvard, 1903-04. 

Do., Cornell, 1905--06. 

Do., Harvard, 1906-10. 

Assistant Professor of German, Cornell, 1910-15. 

Professor, do., 1915- 
1901 BYRON BRIGGS BRACKETT, A.B. (Syracuse, 1890), 
A.M. (Syracuse, 1893), Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins, 1897)... 

Born at Ira, Cayuga Co., N. Y., Aug. 13, 1865. 

Instructor in Electrical Science, Rutgers, 1901-03. 

Professor of Elec. Engineering, So. Dak. State College, 
Brookings, S. D. 

1901 CULLEN WARNER PARMELEE, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1896) . . 

Instructor in Chemistry, 1901-05. 

Associate Professor of Applied Chemistry, 1905-08. 

Professor of Ceramics, 1908- 

Acting Director of the Department of Clay-Working and 

Ceramics, 1902-03. 
Director of the Department of Clay- Working and 

Ceramics, 1903- 

1902 ALBERT CHESTER DE REGT, A.B. (Hamilton, 1900), 

M.Sc (Hamilton, 1904), graduate student, Rutgers, 
1900-02 

Instructor in Chemistry, 1902-06. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, 1906- 



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APPOINTED. 

1903 ROBERT WILSON NEAL, A.B. (Univ. Kansas, 1898), 
A.M. (Univ. Kansas, 1899; Harvard, 1903, and Yale, 
1908) 

Born in Illinois. 

Instructor in English, Rutgers, 1903-04. 

Assistant Professor of English and Instructor in Ger- 
man, Mass. Agric. Coll., 1906. 

Assistant Professor of English, do., 1908. 

Associate Professor, do., 1910- 
1903 ARTHUR HEREFORD WYKEHAM GEORGE, A.B. 
(Oxford, 1900) 

Instructor in Mathematics, 1903-05. 
1903 EUGENE HOWARD BABBITT, A.B. (Harvard, 1886) . . . 

Born at Bridge water, Conn., May 8, 1859. 

Instructor, Harvard, 1885-89. 

Do., Mass. Inst. Tech., 1887-88. 

Do., Columbia, 1891-1900. 

Professor, Univ. of the South, 1900-03. 

Instructor in German, Rutgers, 1903-05. 

Professor, Dartmouth, 1908-13. 

Do., Tufts, 1913. 
1903 FRANK FORREfe^TER THOMPSON, A.B. (Princeton, 
1894), A.M. (Princeton, 1895), E.E. (Princeton, 1897).. 

Born at Milroy, Pa., Nov. 16, 1870. 

Instructor in Physics, Union, 1897-98. 

Instructor in Electrical Engineering, Penn. State, 1898- 
1901. 

Instructor in Electrical Science, Rutgers, 1903-06. 

Associate Professor of Physics, Rutgers, 1906-08. 

Professor of Electrical Engineering, Rutgers, 1908- 

1903 ELIAS HOWARD SELIARDS, A.B. (Univ. Kansas, 

1899), A.M. (Univ. Kansas, 1900), Ph.D. (Yale, 1903).. 
Born at Carter City, Ky., May 2, 1875. 
Instructor in Geology and Mineralogy, Rutgers, 1903-04. 
Professor of Geology and Zoology, Univ. Florida, 

1904-07. 
State Geologist of Florida, 1907- 

1904 JOSEPH VOLNEY LEWIS, B.E. (Univ. North Carolina, 

1891) , S.B. in Geology (Harvard, 1893) 

Born in Rutherford Co., N. C, Sept. 14, 1869. 
Professor of Geology, Clemson College, 1896-1904. 
Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, Rutgers, 1904- 
Curator of the Geological Museum, Rutgers, 1905-11. 
Director of the Geological Museum, Rutgers, 1911- 

1905 REV. WILLIAM IQAAC CHAMBERLAIN, A.B. (Rut- 

gers, 1882), A.M. (Rutgers, 1886), B.D. (Rutgers, 1899), 

Ph.D. (Columbia, 1889), D.D. (Hope, 1907) 

Collegiate Church Professor of Logic and Mental Phi- 
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APPOINTED. 

1905 WALTER RUSSELL NEWTON, A.B. (Univ. Vt., 1881), 

Ph.D. (Syracuse, 1899) 

Born at Highgate, Vt., May 28, 1855. 

Instructor in German, 1905-06. 

Professor of the German Language and Literature, 1906- 

1906 REV. WILLIAM H. S. DEMAREST, A.B. (Rutgers, 1883), 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1886), D.D. (Rutgers, 1901, and Univ. 
N. Y., 1916), LL.I). (Columbia, 1910; Union, 1911, and 

Pittsburg, 1912) ? 

Acting President of the College, 1905-06. 
President of the CoUege, 1906- 
1906 RALPH BREWSTER PARROTT, Captain, 27th U. S. 

Infantry, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1897) 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics, 1906-10. 
1906 CHARLES HUNTINGTON WHITMAN, A.B. (Colby, 

1897), Ph.D. (Yale, 1900) 

Bort at Abbott, Me., Nov. 24, 1873. 
Instructor in English, Lehigh, 1900-04. 
Assistant Professor, do., 1904-06. 
Associate Professor of English, Rutgers, 1906-11. 
Professor of English, Rutgers, 1911- 
1906 JACOB GOODALE LIPMAN. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1898), M.A. 

(Cornell, 1900) , Ph.D. (Cornell, 1903) 

Assistant Professor of Agriculture, 1906-07. 
Associate Professor of Agriculture, 1907-10. 
Professor of Soil Fertility and Bacteriology, 191(V-13. 
Director of the Agricultural College Experiment Sta- 
tion, 1911- 
Ditector of the College Farm, 1911- 
Director of the Short Courses in Agriculture, 1912-14. 
Professor of Agriculture, 1913- 
Dean of Agriculture, 1914- 
1906 JOHN HOWARD RAVEN, A.B. (Rutgers, 1891), A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1894) , D.D. (Rutgers, 1899) 

Instructor in Hebrew, 1906- 

1906 HENRY BARNARD Kt)MMEL, A.B. (Beloit, 1889), A.M. 

(Harvard, 1892) , Ph.D. (Chicago, 1895) 

Born at Milwaukee, Wis., May 25, 1867. 
Assistant Professor of Physiography, Lewis Inst. Chi- 
cago, 1896-99. 
Assistant State Geologist, New Jers<?y, 1899-1902. 
State Geologist, do., 1902. 
Lecturer on the Geology of New Jersey, 1906- 

1907 REV. GEORGE HUBBARD PAYSON, A.B. (Hamilton, 

1873), A.M. (Hamilton, 1S75), D-.D. (Hamilton, 1901). 
New Brunswirk, N. .7. . . . 

Born at New Hartford, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1852. 

Professor of Ethics and Evidences of Christianity, 
1907-16. 



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APPOINTED. • 

1907 RALPH GARRIGUE WRIGHT, B.S. (Columbia, 1899), 

Ph.D. (Basle, 1902) 

Born at St. Louis, Mo., Apr. 29, 1875. 
Professor of Chemistry, 1907- 
1907 EDMOND WOOD BILLETDOUX, A.B. (WilUams, 1899), 

A.M. (Williams, 1901), Officier d' Academic, 1910 

Born at Sandy HiU, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1877. 
Assistant in French, Williams, 1899-1900. 
Assistant in French and German, do., 1900-01. 
Instructor in Romance I^anguages, do., 1903-07. 
Associate Professor of Rcwnance Languages, Rutgers, 
1907- 

1907 FRANK RANDALL PRATT, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1906), M.Sc. 

(Rutgers, 1907) 

Instructor in Mathematics and Graphics, 1907-09. 
Instructor in Physics, 1909-11. 
Assistant Professor of Physics, 1911- 

1908 ROBERT CUivBERTSON HAYS HECK, M.E. (Lehigh, 

1893) 

Born at Ileckton Mills, Penn., Oct. 30, 1870. 
Instructor in Mechanical Enginev^ring. Lehigh. !> 93-1908. 
Assistant Professor, do., 1903-07. 

Professor of Experimental Engineering, do., 1907-08. 
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Rutgers, 1908- 
1908 MYRON TRACY SCUDDER, A.B. (Rutgers, 1882), A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1886) 

Professor of the Science of Teaching, 1908-12. 
1908 RALPH OGDEN SMITH, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1902), M.A. 

(Univ. Penn., 1903), Ph.D. (Univ. Penn., 1905) 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, 1908- 
1908 KARY CADMUS DAVIS, B.Sc. (Kansas State Coll., 
1891), M.Sc. (Kansas State Coll., 1894), Ph.D. (Cor- 

neU, 1900) 

Born at Decatur, 111., Oct. 7, 1867. 

Professor of Horticulture, Univ. W. Va., 1901-02. 

Dean, State School of Agriculture, Canton, N. Y., 

1907-08. 
Associate Professor of Agriculture, Rutsrers, 1908-11. 
Professor of Agronomy, Rutgers, 1911-13. 
Principal of Short Courses in Agriculture, Rutgers, 

1911-13. 
Director of Knapp School of Country Life, George Pea- 
body College for Teachers, Nashville, Tenn., 1913- 
1908 FREDERICK CHARLES MINKLER, B.S.A. (Iowa State 

Coll., 1905) 

Born at Nevada, Iowa, Nov. 11, 1880. 

Instructor in Agriculture, 1908-11. 

Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry, 1911-13. 

Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry, 1913-15. 

Professor of Animal Husbandry, 1915- 

Director of Short Course in Agriculture, 1914- 



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APPOINTED. 

1908 ALBERT RITTENHOUSB JOHNSON, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 

1907) 

Instructor in Mathematics and Graphics, 1908-11. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, 1911-13. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Graphics, 1913- 
1008 CLARENCE WARD, A.B. (Princeton, 1905), A.M. Prince- 
ton, 1906), Ph.D., Princeton, 1914) 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 11, 1884. 
Lecturer on the History of Architecture, 1908-10. 
Assistant Professor of the History of Art, 1910-13. 
Associate Professor of Architecture, Van Campen Taylor 
Foundation, 1913- 

1909 WALTER TAYLOR MARVIN, A.B. (Columbia, 1893), 

PH.D. (Bonn, 1898) 

Born in New York City, Apr. 28, 1872. 
Assistant in Columbia, 1898-99. 

Instructor and Assistant Professor, Adelbert, 1899-1905. 
Preceptor, Princeton, 1905-10. 

Acting Professor of Logic and Mental Philosophy, Rut- 
gers, 1909-10. 
Collegiate Church Professor of Logic and Mental Phi- 
losophy. Rutgers, 1910- 
1909 WILLIAM BERTRAM TWISS, A.B. (Dartmouth, 1906), 

A.M. (Harvard, 1907) 

Born at Springfield, Mass., Apr. 26, 1883. 

Professor of English Language and Literature, Temple 

Univ., 1907-09. 
Instructor in English, Rutgers, 1909-11. 
Assistant Professor of English, Rutgers, 1911-16. 
Associate Professor of English, 1916- 

1909 ERIC SCHJ5TH PALMER, Pir.B. (Yale, 1906) 

Instructor in Mathematics, 1909-12. 

1910 ARTHUR EMMETT AHRENDS, First Lieut. 29th In- 

fantry, U. S. A.; West Point, 190o ; Fort Bliss, Texas.. 

Born in Indiana, Feb. 5, 1879. 

I*rofessor of Military Science and Tactics, 1910-13. 
1910 HENRY BRIGGS NORTH, Ph.G. (Univ. Wisconsin, 1902), 
B.S. (Univ. Wisconsin, 1904), M.A. (Univ. Wisconsin, 
1906), D.Sc. (Paris, 1908) 

Born at Janesville, Wis., Jan. 14, 1879. 

Instructor in Chemistry, Univ. Wisconsin, 1904-07. 

Instructor in Chemistry, Case School, 1909-10. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers, 1910- 
1910 RALPH BARLOW PAGE, A.B. (Toronto Univ., 1897), 

M.A. (Toronto, 1901), Ph.D. (Columbia, 1904) *1910 

Born at Concord, Ontario, Dec. 11, 1875. 

Instructor in History at High School of Commerce, New 
York City, 1904-10. 

Acting Professor of History, Rutgers, 1910. 

Died, Aug. 6, 1910. 



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APPOINTED. 

1910 JOHN HUBBARD LOGAN, A.B. (Mercer, 1899), A.M. 

(Columbia, 1904) 

Born in Pike Co., Ala., Dec. 16, 1876. 

Union Sem., 1903. 

Instructor in Ecclesiastical History, Colgate, 1907-08. 

Associate Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Colgate, 

1^8-10. 
Acting Professor of History, Rutgers, 1910-14. 
Professor of History, Rutgers, 1914- 
1910 STUART AUGUSTUS STEPHENSON, B.S. (Univ. N. Y., 

1899), C.E. (Univ. N. Y., 1901) 

Bom at New Rochelle, N. Y., Jan. 30, 1878. 

In professional engineering and construction work, 

190(^10. 
Instructor in Graphics, 1910-13. 
Instructor in Civil Engineering, 1913-16. 
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, 1916- 
1910 WILLIAM DANA HOYT, A.B. (Univ. Georgia, 1901), 
M.S. (Univ. Georgia, 1904), Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins, 

1909) 

Born at Rome, Ga., Apr. 16, 1880. 

Instructor, Univ. Georgia, 1901-04. 

Instructor in Botany, Rutgers, 1910-12. 

Associate Professor of Biology, Washington and Lee 

Univ. 1915- 
1910 WILLIAM TROWBRIDGE MEBRIFIELD FORBES, 

A.B. (Amherst, 1906), Ph.D. (Clark Univ., 1910) 

Born at Westborough, Mass., Apr. 23, 1885. 
Instructor in Biology, Robert College, Constantinople, 

1906-08. 
Instructor in Biology, Rutgers, 1910-11. 

1910 ELDON LEON LOBLEIN, Je., D.V.S. (Univ. Penn., 

1910) 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 13, 1888. 
Lecturer in Veterinary Science, 1910-14. 

1911 MAURICE ADIN BLAKE, B.S. (Mass. Agric. Coll., 

1904) 

Born at Millis, Mass., Dec. 1, 1882. 

Instructor in Horticulture, Mass. Agric. Coll., 1905-06.* 

Horticulturist, N. J. Agric. Exper. Station, 1906-11. 

Associate Professor of Horticulture, Rutgers, 1911-13. 

Professor of Horticulture, Rutgers, 1913- 
1911 FREDERICK FRELINGHUYSEN COUCH, M.E. (Lehigh, 
1909) 

Born at Carbondale, Penn., Nov. 25, 1887. 

Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, 1911-14. 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, 1914- 



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APPOINTED. 

1911 EDWARD FRANKLIN HAUCH, B.A. (Toronto, 1907), 

M.A. (Columbia, 1909), Ph.D. (Columbia, 1916) 

Born at Pembroke, Ontario, Canada, Dec. 28, 1879. 
Instructor in German, Horace Mann School, N. Y., 

1907-11. 
Instructor in Modern Languages, Rutgers, 1911-14. 
Assistant Professor of German, Rutgers, 1914- 
1911 HARRY REYNOLDS LEWIS, B.Sc. (Rhode Island State 

Coll., 1907) 

Born at Providence, R. I., Oct. 14, 1885. 
Instructor in Dairy Husbandry, 1911-13. 
Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry, 1913-15. 
Associate Professor of Poultry Husbandry, 1915-16. 
Professor of Poultry Husbandry, 1916- 
1911 RAY GORDON VOORHORST, B.S. (Michigan Agric. CoU., 

1910) 

Born at LeRoy, Mich., Mch. 31, 1886. 
Instructor in Horticulture, 1911-12. 
1911 FLOYD EARL CHIDESTER, Ph.B. (Syracuse, 1907), 
A.M. (Clark Univ., 1908), Ph.D. (Clark Univ., 1911) .... 
Born in Chicago, 111., Oct. 13, 1884. 
Instructor in Biology and Zoology, DePauw Univ., 

1909-11. 
Instructor in Biology, Rutgers, 1911-13. 
Assistant Professor of Biology, Rutgers, 1913-15. 
Associate Professor of Zoology, Rutgers, 1915-16. 
Professor of Zoology, 1916- 

1911 CHARLES HALE, 

Born at Hudson, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1859. 
Instructor in English, 1911-16. 
Assistant Professor of English, 1916- 

1912 MELVILLE THURSTON COOK, A.B. (Stanford, 1894), 

A.M. (De Pauw, 1902), Ph.D. (Ohio State Univ., 1904) . . 

Born at Coffeen, 111., Sept. 20, 1869. 

Instructor in Biology, De Pauw, 1895-97. 

Professor, do., 1897-1904. 

Chief, Dept. Plant Pathology, Santiago, Cuba, 1904-06. 

Plant Pathologist, Delaware Agric. Exper. Station, 
Newark, Del., 1907-11. 

State Plant Pathologist of New Jersey, 1911- 

Professor of Plant Pathology, Rutgers, 1912- 

1912 ALEXANDER JAMES INGLIS, B.A. (Wesleyan, 1902), 

A.M. (Columbia, 1909), Ph.D. (Columbia, 1911), 

Born at Middletown, Conn., Nov. 24, 1879. 

Professoi* of the Science of Teaching, Rutgers, 1912-14. 

Director of Summer Session, Rutgers, 1914. 

Assistant Professor of Education, Harvard, 1914- 



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APPOINTED. 

1912 THOMAS J. HEADLEE, A.B. (Univ. Indiana, 1903), A.M. 

(Univ. Indiana, 1904), Ph.D. (Cornell, 1906) 

Born at Headlee, Ind., Feb. 13, 1877. 

Assistant Entomologist, State Agric. Exper. Station, 

New Hampshire, 1906-07. 
Associate, do., 1907. 
Head, Dept. of Entomology and Zoology, State Agric. 

Exper. Station, Kansas, 1907-12. 
State Entomologist, New Jersey, 1912- 
Professor of Entomology, Rutgers, 1912- 
1912 FRANK WILSON LINDSLEY, A.B. (Columbia, 1903), 

L.H.M. (Univ. N. Y.) 

Instructor in Mathematics, 1912-13. 

1912 EARLE COOK STILLWELL, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1911) 

Instructor in Horticulture, 1912-14. 
1912 JOHN PUTNAM HELYAR, B.S. (Univ. Vermont, 1909), 

M.S. (Univ. Vermont, 1912) 

Born at Claremont, N. H., May 3, 1886. 
Instructor in Botany, Univ. Vermont, 1909-12. 
Instructor in Botany, Rutgers, 1912-15. 
Assistant Professor of Botany, Rutgers, 1915- 

1912 HARRY NELSON LENDALL, B.S. in C.E. (Tufts, 1906) . . 

Born at Essex, Mass., July 13, 1878. 

Instructor in Mathematics and Graphics, Univ. Peun., 

190^12. 
Instructor in Mathematics, Rutgers, 1912-13. 
Instructor in Civil Engineering and Graphics, Rutgers, 

1913-14. 
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Rutgers, 1914- 

1913 ALVA AGEE, M.S. (Univ. Wooster) 

Born at Cheshire, Ohio, Oct. 1, 1858. 

Lecturer on Agricultural Topics since 1891. 

Professor in charge, Agric Extension, Penn. State Coll., 

1907-12. 
Acting Dean, do., 1910-11. 
Professor of Soil Fertility, Rutgers, 1913- 
Director of Agricultural Extension, Rutgers, 1914— 
1913 ALBERT ELLICOTT BROWN, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1902), 

First Lieutenant 16th Infantry, U. S. A 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics, 1913-14. 
1913 AUGUSTINE WILBERFORCE BLAIR, B.S. (Haverford, 

1892), A.M. (Haverford, 1896) 

Born at Archdale, N. C, Sept. 12, 1866. 
Professor of Science, Guilford College, 1896-97. 
Professor of Chemistry, Florida Agric. Coll., 1899-1905. 
Chemist, Florida Experiment Station, 1906-11. 
Associate Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, Rutgers, 
1913- 



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APPOINTED. 

1913 STANLEY EUGENE BRASEFIELD, O.E. (Lafayette, 
1895), M.Sc. (Lafayette, 1898), Ph.D. (Cornell, 1912)... 

Born at Easton, Pa., Oct. 2, 1873. 

Instructor and Assistant Professor of Mathematics and 
Graphics, Lafayette, 1902-10. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Rutgers, 1913-15. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics, Rutgers, 1915-16. 

Professor of Applied Mathematics, 1916- 
1913 WILLIAM BEVERLY STONE, B.A. (Univ. Virginia, 
1901), A.M. (Univ. Virginia, 1903), Ph.D. (Univ. Vir- 
ginia, 1907) 

Born at Auburn, Va., Nov. 17, 1878. 

Instructor in Mathematics, Univ. Virginia, 1907-08. 

Instructor in Mathematics, Univ. Michigan, 1908-13. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Rutgers, 1913- 

1913 LEIGH WADS WORTH KIMBALL, A.B. (Dartmouth, 

1903), A.M. (Syracuse, 1915) 

Born at Plainfield, N. J., June 3, 1881. 

Teacher of French, St. John's School, Manlius, N. Y., 

1903-13. 
Instructor in Romance Languages, Rutgers, 1913- 

1914 FRANK APP, B.S. (Penn. State Coll., 1911) 

Born at Buffalo Roods, Pa., Jan. 26, 1886. 

Assistant Professor of Agronomy, State College, New 

Hampshire, 1911-14. 
Assistant Professor of Agronomy, Rutgers, 1914- 
1914 ARTHUR JAMES FARLEY, B.S. (Massachusetts Agric. 

Coll., 1908) 

Born at Waltham, Mass., Sept. 2, 1885. 
Instructor in Horticulture, 1914-16. ' 
Assistant Professor of Horticulture, 1916- 
1914 CLARENCE ELMER BRETT, B.S. (Rhode Island State 

Coll., 1913). Morris Plains, N. J 

Born at Brockton, Mass., Apr. 20, 1883. 
Instructor in Poultry Husbandry, 1014-15. 

1914 LYMAN GIBBS SCHERMERHORN, B.S. (Massachusetts 

Agric. Coll., 1910) 

Born at Maiden, Mass., June 28, 1887. 
Instructor in Vegetable Gardening, 1914- 

1915 CHARLES HERBERT ELLIOTT, B.S. (McKendree, 

1907), A.M. (Columbia, 1908), Pii.D. (Columbia, 
1914) 

Born at Narmal, 111., Aug. 2. 1878. 

Professor of the Science of Education, 1915- 

Direotor of the Summer Session, 1915- 
1915 SHELBY CARL LEASURE, First Lieutenant, 7th In- 
fantry, U. S. Army 

Born in Illinois, Oct. 30, 1877. 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics. 1915- 



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APPOINTED. 

1915 WILLIAM JOHN CARSON, B.S. (Ontario Agric. CoU., 
1902) ^ 

Born at Metcalfe, Ontario, Canada, Nov. 15, 1874. 

Instructor, Univ. Wisconsin, 1905-06. 

Professor of Dairy Husbandry, Manitoba Agric. Coll., 

190&-11. 
Professor of Dairy Husbandry, Rutgers, 1915- 
1915 MAYNE SEGUINE MASON, B.S. (Univ. Illinois, 1911), 

M.S. (Univ. Illinois, 1913) 

Born at Buda, 111., June 3, 1890. 
Instructor in Electrical Engineering, 1915- 
1915 LLOYD STEPHEN RIFORD, B.S. (New Hampshire Agric. 

Coll., 1914) , A.M. ( Univ. Missouri, 1915) 

Born at Randolph, Vermont, Apr. 22, 1889. 
Instructor in Dairy Husbandry, 1915- 

1915 ROY FOSTER IRVIN, B.S. (Michigan Agric. Coll., 

1914) 

Born at McKeesport, Penn., Apr. 22, 1891. 
Instructor in Poultry Dept., Univ. Georgia, 1914-15. 
Instructor in Poultry Husbandry, Rutgers, 1915- 

1916 ARTHUR RUSSELL MOORE, A.B. (Univ. Nebraska, 

1904) , Ph.D. (Univ. California, 1911) 

Born at Beaver City, Neb., Nov. 10, 1882. 
Assistant Professor of Physiology, Univ. Cal., 1911-13. 
Associate Professor of Physiology, Bryn Mawr, 1913-16. 
Professor of Physiology^ Rutgers, 1916- 
1916 JOHN MARSHALL HUNTER, B.S. (Iowa State College, 

1915) 

Born at Red Oak, Iowa, Nov. 8, 1890. 

Instructor in Animal Husbandry, 1916- 
1916 NORMAN SALLEE PARKER, A.B. (Chicago, 1910), A.M. 

(Harvard, 1912) , Ph.D. (Chicago, 1916) 

Born in Chicago, 111., Oct. 23, 1890. 
Instructor in History, 1916- 



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LIBRARIANS. 



APPOINTED. 

1863 *BEV. DE WITT TEN BROECK REILEY, A.M tl871 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1&57). 
1871 *GEORGE WASHINGTON ATHERTON, LL.D tl880 

Professor, 1869-82. 
1880 ISAAC EDGAR HASBROUCK, A.M tl884 

Also Assistant Librarian, 1868-1880. 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1865). 
1884 *IRVING STRONG UPSON, A.M tl906 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1881). 
1907 • GEORGE AUGUSTUS OSBORN 

Also Assistant Librarian, 1897-1905, and Acting Libra- 
rian, 1905-07. 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1897). 



REGISTRARS. 



APPOINTED. 

1890 *IRVING STRONG UPSON, A.M *1915 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1881). 
1915 LUTHER HARNED MARTIN 

Rutgers, 1909. 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE. 



The Medical College was established in 1792 and re-established in 
1812 and 1826. 

APPOINTED. 

1792 RICHARD SHARPS KISSAM, M.D. (Edinburgh, 1787), 

Hon. M.D. (Queen's, 1793) *1822 

1792 WILLIAM MOORE, M.D. (Edinburgh, 1780), Hon. M.D. 

(Queen's, 1793) • *1824 

1792 NICHOLAS ROMAYNE (in the class of 1774, Columbia), 

M.D. (Edinburgh), Hon. M.D. (Queen's, 1792) *1817 

Professor of the Institutes of Medicine and Forensic 
Medicine, 1812-17. 



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APPOINTED. 

1792 SAMUEL LATHAM MITCHILL, M.D., LL.D *1831 

Born at North Hempstead, L. I., Aug. 26, 1764. 

Studied medicine, Edinburgh, 1783-86. 

U. S. Senator. 

Vice President of the Medical Faculty, Rutgers, 1826- 

Made first mineralogical survey of N. Y. State, 1796. 

Chief Editor, N. Y. Medical Repository, 1797-1813. 

Professor of Chemistry, Coll. P. and S., 1807. 

Professor of Natural History, do., 1808-20. 

Professor of Materia Medica and Botany, do., 1820-26. 

Died in New York City, Sept. 7, 1831. 
1812 ARCHIBALD BRUCE, A.B. (Columbia, 1797), M.D. (Edin- 
burgh, 1809) *1818 

Born in New York City, Feb., 1777. 

Professor of Materia Medica and Mineralogy, Coll. P. 
and S., 1807-11. 

Professor of Materia Medica and Mineralogy, Queen's, 
1812-18. 

Died in New York City, Feb. 22, 1818. 
1812 VALENTINE SEAMAN, M.D., A.B. (Univ. Penn., 1792) . .*1817 

Born in New York City (?), Apr. 2, 1770. 

Introduced vaccination in New York City. 

Professor of Anatomy, Physiology and Surgery, 1812-15. 

Died, June, 1817. 
1812 THOMAS COCK, M.D. (Columbia, 1805) *1869 

Born at Glen Cove, L. I., 1782. 

Professor of Anatomy, Physiology and Surgery, Queen's, 
1812-15. 

Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, Queen's, 1815-26. 

Vice President, CoU. P. and S., 1827-55. 

President, do., 1855-58. 

President, N. Y. Academy of Medicine, 1852. 

Died, June 14, 1869. 
1812 JOHN GRISCOM, LL.D. (Union, 1824) «1852 

Born at Hancock's Bridge, N. J., Sept. 27, 1774. 

Professor of Chemistry and Natural Philosophy, Queen's, 
1812-26. 

Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers, 1826-28. 

Head of New York High School, 1825-31. 

Popular lecturer on Chemistry. 

Died at Burlington, N. J., Feb. 26, 1852. 
1812 ROBERT BAYARD, M.D. (Edinburgh, 1809) 

Professor of Midwifery and the Diseases of Women and 
Children, 1812-26. 
1812 JOHN WATTS, A.B. (Columbia, 1804) , M.D ♦ISSl 

Born in New York City, Dec, 1785. 

Professor of the Practice of Physic, Queen's, 1812-26. 

President, Ck)ll. P. and S., 1826-31. 

Died, Feb. 4, 1831. 



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APPOINTED. 

1815 ALEXANDER HODGSON STEVENS, A.B (Yale, 1807), 
M.D. (Univ. Penn., 1811), LL.D. (Regents Univ., N. Y. 

State, 1849) *1869 

Born in New York City, Sept. 4, 1789. 

Professor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery, 

Queen's, 1815-26. 
Professor of Surgery, Coll. P. and S., 1826-37. 
Professor of Clinical Surgery, do., 1837-40. 
President, do., 1841-44. 
Emeritus Professor, do., 1844-69. 
President, American Medical Association, 1848. 
Died, Mch. 30, 1869. 
In 1816 the exercises of the College were suspended, and thb Board of 
Trustees deemed it inexpedient thereafter to confer medical degrees. 
The above appointments were annulled by a formal vote in 1826. 
1826 DAVID HOSACK, A.B. (Princeton, 1789), M.D. (Phila. 
Coll., Pa., 1791, and Edinburgh), LL.D. (Union, 1818), 

F.R.S., 1816 ♦1835 

Born in New York City, Aug. 31, 1769. 

Professor of Botany and Materia Medica, Columbia, 

1795-1807. 
Professor of Surgery and Midwifery, Coll. P. and S., 

1807-13. 
Professor of Physics and Clinical Medicine, do., 1813-26. 
Professor of the Institutes and Practice of Physical and 

CUnical Medicine, Rutgers, 1826-28. 
President of the Medical Faculty, Rutgers, 1826-28. 
Died in New York City, Dec. 23, 1835. 

1826 WILLIAM J. McNEVIN, M.D. (Univ. Vienna, 1784) *1841 

Born at Ballynahowne, Ireland, Mch. 21, 1763. 
Practiced in Dublin, 1784-98. 

Professor of Therapeutics and Materia Medica, 1826-28. 
Died, July 2, 1841. 
1826 VALENTINE MOTT, M.D. (Columbia, 1806), LL.D. (Re- 
gents N. Y. State Univ., 1851) *1865 

Born at Glen Cove, L. I., Aug. 20, 1785. 
Professor of Surgery, Columbia, 1811-26. 
Professor of Surgery, Rutgers, 1826-28. 
Professor of Coll. P. and S.., 1831-37. 
Professor of Surgery, Univ. N. Y., 1841-50. 
President of Medical Faculty, do., 1841-50. 
Professor Emeritus, do., 1852-65. 
Died in New York City, Apr. 26, 1865. 



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APPOINTED. 

1826 JOHN W. FRANCIS, A.B. (Columbia, 1809), M.D. (Coll. 
P. and S., 1809), LL.D. (Trinity, 1850, and Columbia, 

1860) ♦1861 

Born in New York City, Nov. 17, 1789. 
Professor of Institutes of Medicine and Materia Medica, 
Coll. P. and S., 1813-26 ; also Medical Jurisprudence, 
1817-26; also Obstetrics, 1819-26, v 
Professor of Obstetrics and Forensic Medicine, Rutgers, 

1826-28. 
Died, Feb. 8, 1861. 

1826 JOHN D. GODMAN, M.D .*1830 

Born at Annapolis, Md., 1799 or 1800. 
Professor of Anatomy, Medical College of Ohio, one year. 
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, Rutgers, 1826-27. 
Died in Philadelphia, Apr. 17, 1830. 



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1774-1TT5. 



ALUMNI OF THE COLLEGE. 



1774. 
A.B. 

*Matthew Leydt, North Hampton, Pa. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 4, 1753. R. D. clergyman. 
Studied Theology under Hardenbergh. Licensed, 1778. Trus- 
tee, Queen's, 1783. Died, Nov. 24, 1783. 



1775. 
A.B. 

♦David Annan,^ • Ireland. 

Born at Ceres, near Cupar, Fifeshiie, Scotland, Apr. 4, 1754. 

Presb. clergyman. Ordained at Wallkill, N. Y., Oct., 1778. 

Peterborough, N. H., 1778-92. Deposed, 1800. A.M. (Queen's, 

1782). Died, 1802. 
♦Michael Best. 

♦Jasper Fabmeb.^ 

♦Peter Kimble. 

♦Abbaham Schenck, Millstone, N. J. 

Farmer. 
♦Henby Habbis Schenck, Jb., Neshanic, N. J. 

Physician. Judge, Somerset county. Surgeon of Militia. 1776- 

81. In War of 1812. Died, Dec. 20, 1823. 

♦John H. Schenck, Canaan, Pa. 

Born, 1754. Lieutenant, captain, finally colonel in American 
army. Died, Mch. 5, 1845. 

♦James Schubeman,^ New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 12, 1756. Merchant. 
Trustee, Queen's, 1782-1824. Treasurer, Queen's, 1795-1813. 
Tutor, Queen's, 1782- , 1807- . Second Lieutenant in Capt. 
Taylor's Company, Col. Neilson's battalion, 1776. In battle of 
Long Island. Mayor of New Brunswick, 1801-13, 1821-24. 
Member of Provincial Congress of New Jersey, 1786. Delegate 
to Annapolis Convention, 1786. Member of Continental Con- 
gress, 1786-88. Member of U. S. Congress, 1789-91, 1797-99. 
1813-15. U. S. Senator, 1799-1801. Member Committee for 
First U. S. Census. Vice-President, Council of New Jersey, 
1812. President of bank. Died, Jan. 22, 1824. 

♦John Stagg, Jb., New York City. 

Born in New York City, 1758. Captain of Minute Men in Ameri- 
can army. Lieutenant in Col. Oliver Spencer's (additional) 
Continental Regiment, Mch. 4, 1778. Acting Paymaster. 
Clerk in War Office eight years. SheriflC of New York, 1801-03. 
Died, Dec. 28, 1803. 



1 These names occur in an account o»f the commencement of 1774 as mem- 
bers of the Senior class. The others may have been members of succeeding 
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ALUMNI. 67 



♦Isaac Stoutenbubgh, New York City. 

Born In New York City, Nov. 5, 1761. Private, Capt. Schoon- 
malcer's company. Col. Wynlcoop's Regiment. Promoted Major, 
2d Battalion, N. Y. Militia, in Regiment of Col. William Hyer. 
Promoted Lieut.-Col. of Col. William Malcolm's Regiment, 1776. 
Alderman, N. Y. City, 1789-95. Member, Provincial Congress, 
N. Y., 1775-77. State Senator, N. Y., 1778-80, 1785-87. Com- 
missioner of Forfeiture of Estates of Revolutionary Tories, 
1786. Died, 1799. 

♦John Van Dyke.* 
♦Samuel Vickebs.* 
♦Isaac Vbedenbubgh. 
♦John Wall. 

Dr. John Galen Wall died at Woodbrldge, N. J., Jan. 14, 1798. 

His father was also named John. 

1776. 
A.B. 

♦Simeon De Witt, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Wawarsing, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1756. Assistant Geographer 
of the American Army, 1778-80. Chief Geographer of the 
American Army, 1780-83. Surveyor-General of New York State, 
1784-1834. Appointed Surveyor-General of the United States 
(1796), but declined. Regent of State of New York, 1798-1817. 
Vice Chancellor of the State of New York, 1817-29. Chancellor 
of the State of New York, 1829-34. A.M. (Queen's, 1782). Died, 
Dec. 3, 1834. 



1777- 



1778. 
A.B. 

♦John Booabt, Readington, N. J. 

Tutor, Queen's, 1778-82. Student of Divinity. A.M. (Queen's, 
1782). 
♦Nicholas JLansing,* - Tappan, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., 1748. Studied theology under Westerlo. 
Ordained, 1781. R. D. clergyman. President, General Synod, 
1809. Died, Sept. 26, 1835. 

1779. 

1780. 
A.B. 

♦Jeeemiah Smith, Dover, N. H. 

Born at Peterborough, N. H., Nov. 29. 1759. Lawyer. Member 
of Legislature, 178&-90. Member of Constitutional Convention, 
1791. Member of Congress, 1791-97. Judge of U. S. Circuit 
Court, 1801. Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Judicature, 
New Hampshire, 1802-09. Governor of New Hampshire, 1809-10. 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of New Hampshire, 
1813-16. LL.D. (Dartmouth, 1804, and Harvard, 1807). Died, 
Sept. 21. 1842. 

1 These names occur in am account o.f the commencement of 1774 as mem- 
bers of the Senior class. The others may have been members of succeeding 
classes as late as 1778. 

* In 1780 he presented credentials from Queen's College. Since he began 
his theological studies in 1778 he had probably graduated from the college 
in that year. 



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♦Simeon Van Absdalen, Readington, N. J. 

Born In Bucks county, Pa., July 10, 1753. R. D. clergyman. 
Studied under Livingston. Licensed, 1782. Trustee, Queen's, 
1783-86. Tutor, Queen's, 1783. A.M. (Queen's, 1783). Died, 
May 26, 1786. 



♦John W. Bbay,^ New Brunswick, N. J. 

Member Common Council. Forage Master of New Jersey. 
Prominent during War of 1812. Died, 'April, 1834. 



courtlandt.* 
Remsen.^ 
Stewabt.* 
Van Wyck> 



1781. 



1782. 
A.B. 

♦Timothy Blauvelt, Clarkstown, N. Y. 

Born near Clarkstown, N. Y.(?), Apr. 5, 1762. R. D. clergyman. 

Studied theology under Livingston. Licensed, 1784. Died soon 
after. 

♦William Cbooke, ( ?) Somerville, N. J. 

A.M. (Queen's, 1789). 
♦Peteb liEYDT, Ponds, N. J. 

Born, Nov. 6, 1763. R. D. clergyman. Studied theology under 

Livingston. Licensed, 1788. Died, June 12, 1796. 



1783. 
A.B. 

♦Isaac Blauvelt, New Rochelle, N. Y, 

Born near Clarkstown, N. Y.(?), 1750. R. D. clergyman. 
Studied theology under J. R. Hardenbergh. Licensed, 1780. 
Trustee, Queen's. 1785-1831. A.M. (Queen's, 1788). Died about 
1840. 

♦Michael D. Henby, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born near Lamlngton, N. J.(?), Apr. 18, 1760. Lawyer. Died, 
• May 25, 1799. 

♦Piebbe Van Gobtlandt, Peekskill, N. Y. 

Born at Cortlandt Manor, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1762. Lawyer. Mem- 
ber of Congress. A.M. (Queen's, 1789). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1843). 
Died, July 13, 1848. 

♦John Mabtin Van Hablingen, Millstone, N. J. 

Born at Sourland. N. J., 1761. R. D. clergyman. Studied 
theology under Livingston. Licensed, 1786. Professor of He- 
brew and Ecclesiastical History, N. B. Sem., 1812-13. Trus- 
tee, Queen's, 1787-1813. A.M. (Queen's, 1789). Died, June 16, 
1813. 



1784^1786. 



1 These five names without any first name are mentioned as students in. 
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ALUMNI. 69 



1787. 
A.B. 

* Abraham Van Hobne, Caughnawaga (Fonda), N. X. 

Born at Whitehouse, N. J., Dec. 31, 1763. R. D. clergyman. 
Studied theology under Livingston. Licensed, 1788. "Said to 
have married 1,500 couples.'^ A.M. (Queen's, 1792). Died, 
June 3, 1840. 

1788. 
A.B. 

♦Walteb Cole. 

A.M. (Queen's. 1791). 
♦Alpheus Freeman. 

A.M. (Queen's. 1791). 
♦Jacob Rutsen Habdenbergh, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom, June 19, 1767. Lawyer. Pres. Bank of New Brunswick, 

N. J. Tutor, Queen's, 1794. Trustee. Queen's. 1792-1841. 

Sec. Trustees, Queen's, 1793-1800, 1833-35. A.M. (Queen's, 

1791). Died, Feb. 13, 1841. 
♦John Frelinghuysen Jackson, Fordham, N. Y. 

Born at Bergen, N. J., 1768. R. D. clergyman. Studied theology 

under Livingston. Licensed, 1790. A.M. (Queen's, 1791). 

Died, Mch. 26, 1836. 

1789. 
A.B. 

♦Methuselah Baldwin, Scotchtown, N. Y. 

Presb. clergyman. Licensed, 1791. A.M. (Queen's. 1792). Died, 
Feb. 4, 1847. 
♦Abraham Blauvelt, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born near Clarkstown, N. Y.(?) Trustee, Queen's, 1800. Sec. 
Trustees. Queen's, 1800-07. Chairman, Building Committee, 
Queen's Building. Editor "The Brunswick Guardian." A.M. 
(Queen's, 1792). 

*JoHN J. Carle. 

Clergyman. A.M. (Queen's and Coll. N. J., 1792). 
♦Jonas Coe, Troy, N. Y. 

Born, Mch. 20, 1754. Presb. clergyman. A.M. (Queen's and Coll. 

N. J., 1792, and Union, 1797). D.D. (William and Mary Coll., 

1815). Died, July 21, 1822. 

♦Henry Cook, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Mendham, N. J., 1769. Presb. clergyman. Pastor Me- 
tuchen. 1794-1824. Died. Sept. 17, 1824. 

♦Bethuel Dodd, Whitesborough, N. Y. 

Presb. clergyman. A.M. (Queen's, 1792; Coll. N, J., 1794). 
Died, 1804. 

♦CiTRUS P. Giluerrleeve, (?) Hempstead, L. I. 

Clergyman. A.M. (Queen's and Coll. N. J., 1792). 
♦Albert Oblenis, Flatbush, L. I. 

Principal Erasmus Hall Acad., 1791-1806. Died, Oct. 23, 1806. 
♦James Stevenson. 

Tutor, Queen's. 1789-90, 1809-11. 



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1789-1782. 



*Gershom Williams, Cambridge, N. Y. 

Clergyman. Tutor, Queen's, 1789-92. A.M. (Queen's, 1792). 
First Pastor at Cambridge, N. Y., 1794-1803. 



1790. 
A.B. 

♦Christian Suhm Db Wint. 

A.M. (Queen's, 1794, and Dartmouth, 1795). 

*Samuel Kenneday Jennings, Baltimore, Md 

Born in Essex county, N. J., June 6. 1771. Methodist Protes- 
tant clergyman. A.M. (Queen's, 1794). Pres. Washington Col- 
lege. Died, Oct. 19, 1854. 

♦Jacob Tallman, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Merchant. A.M. (Queen's, 1794). Trustee, Queen's, 1800-07. 



1791. 
A.B. 

♦William Du??ham, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1776. Lawyer. A.M. (Queen's, 1794). Died, May 6, 1821. 
♦Luke Egerton, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1768. Teacher. A.M. (Queen's, 1794). Died, May 7, 
1823. 

♦Elijah Rosenkbantz (Rosegbant), Paramus, N. J. 

Born, 1766. R. D. clergyman. Physician. Studied theology 
under Livingston. Licensed, 1794. A.M. (Queen's, 1794). Died, 
1832. 

♦Henry Tbaphagen, Jr., . Jersey City, N. J. 

A.M. (Queen's, 1794). 
♦Staats Van Deubsen, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J.. 1776. Merchant. Trustee, 

Queen's, 1807-23. Treasurer, 1813-23. A.M. (Queen's, 1794) 

Died, 1847. 

1792. 
A.B. 

♦John Frelinghuysen, Raritan, N. J. 

Born near Millstone, N. J.. Mch. 21, 1776. Lawyer. Surrogate 
Somerset county, 15 years. Colonel during War of 1812. Briga- 
dier-General. A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1803). Trustee, Queen's 
1800-33. Died, April 10, 1833. 

♦Ebenezeb Grant, Bedford, N. Y. 

Presb. clergyman. Director, Princeton Sem., 1818-21. A.M. 
(Coll. N. J., 1796). Died, Sept. 6, 1821. 

♦John Simonson. 

A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1806). 
♦James Swartwout. 
♦John Van Harlingen, Burlington, N. J. 

Born at Millstone, N. J., Apr. 1, 1770. Teacher. Died, Dec. 11, 

1798. 
♦Abraham Van Nest. 



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ALUMNI. 71 



1793. 
A.B. 

♦Frederick Bodine, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. Died at Savannah, Ga. 

♦Abraham Bbokaw, Ovid, N. Y. 

Born, 1761. R. D. clergyman. Studied theology under Living- 
ston. Died, July 17, 1846. 

♦Henry Drake, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1773. Physician. Died, Dec. 
24. 1817. 

♦Abraham D. Lansing. 

Born, Mch. 17. 1775. Died of yellow fever, Sept. 28. 1805. 
♦Henry Stryker. 

Died, March 30, 1810. 
♦John Wyckoff. 

1794. 
A.B. 

♦William P. Deare, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. Clerk of Middlesex county, N. J. A.M. (Queen's, 1810). 
Trustee, Queen's. 1804-25. Sec. Trustees, Queen's, 1807-21. 
Died. Feb. 1, 1826. 

♦John Lawson. 

A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1796). A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1798, and Queen's, 
1810). 

♦John Thompson. 

Physician. 
♦Henry Van Deursen, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom, Mch., 1768. Died, Apr. 25, 1835. 
♦John Schureman Vredenburgh, Raritan, N. J. 

Born, Mch, 20. 1776. R. D. clergyman. Studied theology under 

Livingston. Licensed, 1798. Trustee, Queen's, 1800-21. A.M. 

(Queen's. 1810, and Coll. N. J., 1803). Died. Oct. 4, 1821. 



1795. 
A.B. 

♦John Schureman, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born near New Brunswick. N. J., Oct. 19, 1778. R. D. clergy- 
man. Studied theology under Livingston. Licensed, 1801. Vice 
Pres., Queen's, 1811-18. Professor Moral Philosophy and Belles- 
Lettres, Queen's, 1811-18. Professor Ecclesiastical Hist. N. B. 
Sem., 1815-18. Trustee, Queen's, 1800-18. A.M. (Queen's, 1810, 
and Coll. N. J., 1801). S.T.D. (Columbia, 1816). Died, May 
15, 1818. 

♦Peter Vredenburgh, Freehold, N. J. 

Lawyer. 



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1809-1812. 



1809. 
A.B. 

♦William Croes, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1791. Law student. A.M. (Queen's, 1812). Died, March 
30, 1814. 

♦Cornelius Low Habdenbergh, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, July 4, 1790. Lawyer. Mayor, New Brunswick, N. J. 
lAember N. J. Assembly. Pres. Bank of New Brunswick. Pro- 
fessor of Law, Rutgers, 1835. Trustee, Rutgers, 1815-60. Sec. 
Trustees, Queen's, 1821-25. A.M. (Queen's, 1812). LL.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1852). Died, July 14, 1860. 

♦William Van Deursen, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 16, 1791. Physician and 
surgeon. A.M. (Queen's, 1812). M.D. Trustee, Rutgers, 1823- 
73. Died, Feb. 16, 1873. 

♦John M. Van Harlingbn, Lebanon, O. 

Born near New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 19, 1792. Physician. 

A.M. (Queen's, 1812). M.D. Died, Sept. 30, 1886. 
♦Rynier Veghte, Somerville, N. J. 

Farmer. Licensed to practice law. A.M. (Queen's, 1812). Died, 

May 30, 1871. 

1810. 
A.B. 

♦CJoRNELius S. Blauvelt, Paterson, N. J. 

Physician. A.M. (Queen's, 1813). Died, May 19, 1830. 

♦Edward Wood Dunham, New York City. 

Pres. Corn Exchange Bank. 1853-71. Commission Merchant, 
1821-53. A.M. (Queen's, 1813). Died, July 6, 1671. 

♦Kearney Newell, Allen town, N. J. 

Teacher, A.M. (Queen's, 1813). Died about 1825. 

1811. 
A.B. 

♦John H. Carle, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

R. D. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1814. A.M. 
♦James Stevenson, Jr. 
♦Jacob H. Van Dyke. 
♦Abraham D. Wilson, Fairview, 111. 

Born at Amwell, N. J., Nov. 15. 1780. Clergyman R. C. A. 

"Father of Western Missions." N. B. Sem., 1815. A.M. Died, 

July 21, 1876. 

1812. 
A.B. 

♦Cornelius C. Eltinge, Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Born near Kinsrston, N. Y., 1793. R. D. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 
1816. A.M. (Queen's, 1815). Died, Oct., 1843. 

♦Solomon E. Eltinge, New Paltz, N. Y. 

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♦Jacob Gbeen, Philadelphia, Pa. 

ProfessoT Chemistry aod Natural History, College New Jersey, 
1818-22. Professor Chemistry, Jeflferson Medical College. A.M 
(Queen's and Coll. N. J.. 1815). M.D. (Yale, 1827). Died, 
1841. 

♦Edwaed Mundy, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Born near New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 14, 1794. Lawyer. 
Lieut.-Gov, of Michigan, 1835-40. Regent of State University,. 
1844-48. Attorney-General, 1847. Associate Justice of Su- 
preme Court, 1848-51. A.M. Died, March 13, 1851. 

♦Cornelius C. Vekmeulb, New York City. 

Born, 1786. R. D. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1814. Tutor of 
Languages, Queen's, 1812-14. Professor of Languages, 1814-15. 
A.M. M.D. D.D. Died, Jan. 15. 1859. 

♦Isaac Newton Wyckoff, Albany, N. Y. 

Born near Millstone, N. J., Aug. 29, 1792. R. D. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1817. Trustee, Rutgers, 1851-69. A.M. (Queen's, 
1816). D.D. (Union, 1838, and Rutgers, 1839). Died, March 
29. 1869. 

1813. 
A.B. 

♦EZEKIEL BOWDOIN. 

♦Isaac L. Bboweb, Dayton, Ohio. 

A.M. (Queen's, 1816). 
♦John Adams Pool, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1797. Physician and farmer. A.M. (Queen's, 1816). 

Died, May 1, 1860. 
♦Henby Buley Poole, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Physician. A.M. (Queen's, 1816). M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1820). 

Died, Nov. 29, 1861. 

1814. 
A.B. 

♦William Wabben Blauvelt, Lamington, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 23, 1800. Presh. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1823. Professor Hampden Sidney College, Va., 
1822-24. A.M. (Queen's, 1817, and Coll. N. J., 1821). D.D. 
(Univ. N. Y., 1856). Died, July 16, 1888. 

♦Abbaham Schityleb C^abk, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Merchant. A.M. Died. Sept. 5, 1830. 
♦William Pattebson Clabk, Belvidere, N. J. 

Physician. A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1819). Died, Sept. 4, 1857. 
♦Jacob Voobhies Hassebt, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. 
♦Minnie Voobhies Hassebt, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. Died, 1825. 
♦John Bayabd Kibkpatbick, New Brunswick, N. J. 

In Treasury Department, Washington, 1820-50. Mayor of New 

Brunswick, 1856-60. A.M. Died, Feb. 23, 1864. 

♦Chables Cbeighton Stbatton, ^ Swedesboro, N. J. 

Born at Swedesboro, N. J., 1796. Farmer. Member N. J. As- 
sembly, 1828. Member of Congress, 1837-39, 1841-43. Governor 
of N. J., 1845-48. Died, March 24, 1859. 

♦Samuel Cbeighton Stbatton, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Episc. clergyman. Studied theology In Delaware. Died, Oct. 28, 
1860. 



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1814-1817. 



♦John Sghuseman Van Deubsen, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1796. Died, Mch. 22, 1821. 
♦Frederick Vebmeule, Plainfield, N. J. 

Student, N. B. Sem., 1814-16. Died. Jan. 30, 1865. 



1815. 
A.B. 

♦Robert Brown Croes, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Born at Swedesboro. N. J., Aug. 13, 1800. Episc. clergyman. 

General Theological Sem., 1823. Principal of Queen's College 

Grammar School, 1819-20. A.M. D.D. (Rutgers, 1870). Died, 
July 22, 1878. 

♦Jabratt W. Martin, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1829). 
♦Frederick Richmond, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1796. Physician. A.M. (Coll. N. J.. 1819). M.D. (Univ. 

Penn., 1819). Died, May 19, 1849. 

♦Samuel Randolph Smalley, Mount Holly, N. J. 

Physician and surgeon. Attended lectures Medical Dep't Univ. 
of Penn. Licensed by Medical Society of Middlesex county, N. 
J., 1818. Died, Feb. 11, 1875. 

♦Garrett G. Tunison, (?) Somerville, N. J. 

Physician. M.D. 

1816. 
A.B. 

♦Samuel Judah, Vincennes, Ind. 

Born hi New Yprk City, July 18, 1799. Lawyer. Member Legis- 
lature, Indiana, 1827, 1829, 1838-41. Speaker of House of 
Representatives of Indiana. 1840-41. U. S. District Attorney, 
1829-33. Died, Apr. 24, 1869. 

♦Peter Ogilvie Studdiford, Lambertville, N. J. 

Born at South Branch, N. J., Jan. 11, 1799. Presb. clergyman. 
Princeton Sem., 1821. A.B. (Coll. N. J^ 1817). A.M. (Coll. 
N. J., 1830). D.D. (Coll. N. J., 1844). Died, June 5, 1866. 

♦Ferdinand S. Van Arsdalen, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, Sept. 26, 1795. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1827). l)ied, 
Oct. 21, 1832. 

♦John Van Liew, Readington, N. J. 

Born near Neshanlc, N. J., Sept. 30, 1798. R. D. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem.. 1820. D.D. (Rutgers, 1867). Died, Oct. 18, 1869. 

♦Jacob Wyckoff. 



♦James Schureman Nevius, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Six Mile Run, N. J., Sept. 16, 1796. A.B. (Princeton, 
1816). Trustee, Rutgers, 1825-58. Sec. Trustees, Rutgers, 
1825-30. Lawyer. Judge, N. J. Supreme Court. Died, Dec. 
28, 1859. 

1817. 
A.B. 

♦Brogun IIoff, Germantown, N. Y. 

Born at Harlingen, N. J., 1794. R. D. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 
1818. Died. Dec, 1855. 



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Members of the Junior ClaMa when Queen's Collegre Suspended, 1816. 

♦John W. Bbonson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born near New Brunswick, Jan. 8, 1800. Farmer. Member 
Class of 1816, Princeton. Died, Aug. 21, 1866. 

♦Lewis Gabdneb Letson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, July 11, 1798. Farmer. Died, Nov, 3, 1869. 

♦Daniel C. Mabtin, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. Died at Morrlstown, N. J. 

♦James Van Deventeb, Princeton, N. J. 

Born at SomerviUe, N. J., Oct. 13, 1799, Horticulturist. Mem- 
ber N. J. Assembly, 1855. Died. June 12, 1893. 

♦IBA CJoNDiCT VooBHEES, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Both in New Brunswick, N. J., about 1798. Merchant. Pres. 
First National Bank of New Brunswick. Died, Sept. 12, 1878. 



1818. 
A.B. 

♦John Henby Smaltz, Philadelphia, Penn. 

Born at Philadelphia, Penn., Feb. 7, 1793. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1819. Died, July 30, 1861. 

♦John C. Vandeb Voobt, Ghent, N. Y. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., 1798. R. D. clergyman. N. B. 
Sem., 1819. Died, June 21, 1851. 



1820. 
A.B. 

♦Benjamin Watkins Vandeb Voobt. 

1821-1826. 



1827. 
A.B. 

♦Robebt Adbain, Jb., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. District Attorney of Middlesex county, N. J., 1836,' and 
Surrogate, 1864. A.M. (Rutgers. 1830). Died, 1866. 

♦Hugh Hamill, Lawrenceville, N. J. 

Born at Norristown, Pa., Feb. 28, 1810. Presb. clergyman. 
Princeton Sem., 1827-29. Principal, Lawrenceville, N. J., High 
School, 1837-73. A.M. (Rutgers, 1830). D.D. (Rutgers, 1864). 
Died, Aug. 1, 1881. 

♦Chbistopheb Hunt, New York City. 

Born at Tarrytown, N. Y., 1800. (?) R. D. clergyman. N. B. 

Sem., 1830. A.M. (Rutgers, 1830). Died, 1839. 
♦Alexandeb McCalla Mann, Farmer, N. Y. 

Born at Philadelphia, Penn., Mch. 16, 1808. Clergyman, R. C. 

A. N. B. Sem., 1830. A.M. (Rutgers, 1830). D.D. (Univ. of 

Rochester, 1856). Pres. Gen. Synod. 1851. Died, July 15, 1893. 



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♦Ransford Wells, Flatbush, N. Y. 

Bom at Catsklll. N. Y., Sept. 6, 1805. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1830. A.M. (Rutgers, 1830). D.D. (Rutgers, 1851). 
Pres. Gen. Synod, 1855. Died, March 14, 1889. 



♦James Jeffrey Bbownlee, New York City. 

Born, 1808. Physician. M.D. Died, Nov. 8, 1879, 
♦RiCHAED Field Cook, Hoboken, N. J. 

Physician. A.B. (Princeton). M.D. (Coll. P. and S.). Drowned. 
♦OscAB Hubert Gregory, West Troy, N. Y. 

Born at Hobart, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1809. Clergyman, R. C. A, N. 

B. Sem., 1831. President Gen. Synod, 1860. A.R. (Amherst, 

1828). A.M. (Amherst, 1831, and Rutgers, 1837). D.D. (Union, 

1853). Died, Dec. 11, 1885. 



1828. 
A.B. 

♦Isaac Alstine Blax7VEI.t, Academia, Pa. 

Teacher. Principal of Academy, Kingston, N. Y., and Morris- 
town, N. J. A.M. (Rutgers, 1831). Died, Sept. 29, 1853. 

*WiLLL\M Bloomfield, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 8, 1808. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1831). Died, Jan. 23, 1879. 

♦Robert S. Bullus, Belleville, N. J. 

♦James Russell Christie, Warwick, N. Y. 

Born, Oct. 11, 1809. Lawyer. A.M. Died, May 5, 1873. 

♦Joseph Foulke, New York City. 

Born at Curacao, W. I., June 1, 1810. Commission merchant. 
A.M. Died. Feb. 1, 1886. 

♦Theodore Habdenberoh, New York City. 

Born a^t New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 10, 1808. Physician. N. 
Y. C. Infirmary. Sec. Trustees, Rutgers, 1835-44. A.M. (Rut- 
gers. 1831). M.D. (Med. School of N. Y., 1834). Died, April 
19. 1877. 

♦Christopher Columbus Hoagland, Harlingen, N. J. 

Born, May 10, 1810. Physician. A.M. (Rutgers. 1831). M.D. 
(Yale, 1832). Died at Henry, 111., April 11, 1869. 

♦Richard C. Ludlow, Newtown, N. Y. 

Teacher. N. B. Sem., 1830-31. Died, 1830-31. 
♦John Manley, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1809. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1831. A.M. (Rutgers, 1831). Died, May 22, 1871. 

♦Lewis M. Morton, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Law student. Died, 1829. 

♦Horatio Gates Prall, Nyack, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1831). Died, April 26, 1875. 

♦Samuel Rathbone, Jr., New York City. 

Born at Charlemont, Mass., Aug. 16, 1809. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1831). 

♦Garrett Conoveb Schanck, Bradevelt, N. J. 

Born at Matawan, N. J., Sept. 14, 1806. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1832. Trustee, Rutgers, 1866-88. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1831). D.D. (Rutgers). Died, Sept. 17, 1888. 

♦Joseph Griffiths Scott, Jerseyville, 111. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Aiug. 12, 1809. Lawyer. Judge 
of Probate Court of Jersey county. 111., 1835-47. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1831). Died, Oct. 10, 1884. 



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ALUMNI. 77 



*Theodore William Simpson, Rockville, Md. 

BoTn at Bajsklng Ridge, N. J., Mch. 1, 1807. Presb. clergyman. 
Licensed, 1834. Teacher, 1849-57. U. S. Hospital chaplain, 
1862-66. Clerk, U. S. Treasury Department, 1868-77. Pro- 
fessor of Moral Science, Etaglish Literature and Latin, George- 
town, D. C, Collegiate Institute, 1877-81. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1831 j. D.D. (Rutgers, 1880). Died, April 5, 1890. 

♦Chables Gardner Smith, Alleghany, Pa. 

Bom in Newburg, N. Y. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1831). Died, 
Nov. 2, 1870. 

♦CoBNELiiTS Cornell Van Arpdalen, ' New York City. 

Bom, 1806. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1831. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1832). D.D. Died, July 2, 1856. 

♦Peter Vredenijurgh, Jr., \ • Freehold, N. J. 

Born at Readlngton, N. J., Oct 31, 1805. Lawyer. Justice of 
the Supreme Court of N. J., 1854-68. Trustee. Rutgers. 1849- 
73. A.M. (Rutgers, 1831). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1866). Died at 
St. Augustine, Fla., March 24, 1873. 

*Cruger Walton, Saratoga, N. Y. 

Lawyer. Admitted, 1831. A.M. Died, 1861. 
♦Henry Wyckoff, Readlngton, N. J. 

Theological student. N. B. Sem. Died, 1828. 



1829. 
A.B. 

♦Theodore Abeel, New York City. 

Law student. A.M. Died, Dec., 1829. 
♦Abraham Beach, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1832). 
♦William Fen wick Beekman, New York City. 

Physician. A.M M.D. (Univ. Penn. 1834). Died, Dec. 19, 

1872. 
♦Alexander V. Bonnel, Flemington, N. J. 

Merchant. Sheriff of Hunterdon county, N. J., 1842. N. J. 

State Senator, 1852. Inspector, First N. J. Brigade, 1861. 

Captain, Co. D, Thirty-first N. J. Regiment, 1862. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1832). Died, 1872. 

♦Robert Ormiston Currie, New Utrecht, N. Y. 

Born, 1806. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1834. Rector, 
N. B. Grammar School, 1830-31. A.M. D.D. (Rutgers, 1850). 
Died, 1866. 

♦James Calvin Forrester, ^ New York City. 

Physician and Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital, 1833-34. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1833). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1835). Died, Aug. 20, 1881. 

♦John Forsyth, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Bom at Newburgh, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1810. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem. and Univ. of Edinburgh. Professor of Hebrew and 
Archaeology, 1837-45, and of Church History and Archaeology, 
1853-59, Reformed Theological Seminary, Newburgh, N. Y. Pro- 
fessor of Latin, College of New Jersey, 1846-53. Professor of 
English Literature and Rhetoric, Rutgers, 1860-63. Chaplain 
and Profe&sor of Ethics and Law, U. S. Military Academy, West 
Point, 1871-82. A.M. (Union, 1834). D.D. (Rutgers. 1842). 
LL.D. (Coll. N. J., 1875). Died, Oct. 17, 1886. 

♦Garret I. Garretson, Lodi, N. Y. 

Born near Somerville, N. J., July 31, 1807. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1832. A.M. (^Rutgers, 1833). Died, Aug. 14, 1854. 

♦John G. Hall, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Architect. Died, 1869. 



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1820-1830. 



♦William Hampton, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born, 1809. Farmer. Died, Jan. 3, 1860. 
♦Chakles Augustus Hassleb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Surgeon U. S. Navy, 1834-46. A.M. (RutgeTs. 1832). M.D. 

(Univ. Penn., 1833). Drowned In Long Island Sound, Nov. 27, 

1846. 
♦John V. Bobbins, Williamsburgh, N. Y. 

Born at Williamsburgh, N. Y.(?) N. B. Sem., 1829-30. Died, 

1830. 
♦John Ruthebfubd, • Rutherford Park, N. J. 

Born, July 21, 1810. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1832). Died, 

Nov. 21, 1871. 

♦RiCHABD Ludlow Schoonmaker, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Bom at Jamaica, L. I., 1811. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1832. A.M. (Rutgers, 1832). Died, June, 1882. 

♦Benjamin Swartz, New York City. 

Bom in New York City.(?) N. B. Sem., 1829-30. Died, 1830. 
♦Augustus Fitz Randolph Tayi.ob, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom, Oct. 6, 1809. Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1832). M.D. 

(Medical Society of N. J., 1832). Mayor, New Brunswick, 

1848-49. Died, March 6, 1889. 

♦Samuel Staats Taylor, Cairo, 111. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 18, 1811. Lawyer. Sec. 
Board of Directors, U. S. Bank of Philadelphia, 1836-41. Mayor 
of Cairo, 111., for seven consecutive terms, commencing 1857. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1832). Died, May 14, 1896. 



♦John Nostrand Brinckerhoff, Bnglewood, N. J. 

Born near Creedmoor, N. Y., 1808, Teacher. A.B. (Univ. Penn., 
1828). A.M. (Univ. Penn., 1831). Died, Oct. 10, 1891. 

♦Lewis Carman, Jr. 

Residence when a student. New Brunswick, N. J. 
♦Cornelius H. Elting. 

Residence when a student, Paterson, N. J. 
♦Lewis F. Nicoll. 

Residence when a student. New Brunswick, N. J. 
♦Theodore T. Romeyn, Detroit, Mich. 

Lawyer. Died, 1885. 

♦Moses Scott, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at New Branswick, N. J.. 1812. Graduate of West Point. 
Civil engineer. Died, Aug., 1857. 

♦Stephen Van Cortlandt Van Rensselaer, Belleville, N. J. 

Born, May, 1809. Died, Sept. 6, 1828. 



1830. 
A.B. 

♦John Mehelm Brown, Pluckemin, N. J. 

Born at Pluckemin, N. J., Sept. 28, 1812. Farmer. Lawyer. 
A.M. (Rutgers. 1833). Died, Sept. 16, 1»01. 

♦Alexander McWhorter Bruen, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Physician and surgeon. A.M. (Rutgers, 1834). M.D. (Coll. P. 
and S., 1836). 

♦William Brush, Morristown, N. J. 

Born in New York City, May 23, 1809. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem.. 1833. A.M. (Rutgers, 1833). Died, March 15, 
1898. 



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♦William Bloomfield Campbell, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom, 1813. Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1833). M.D. Died, 

Feb. 10, 1843. 
♦William Disbobough, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1812. Lawyer. Died, Aug. 11, 1838. 
♦William Richmond Smith Dubyee, Jersey ville, lU. 

Physician. A.M. M.D. (Univ. Penn., 1833). Died, Aug. 30, 

1858. 
♦Geobge Washington Evans, Morgantown, Pa. 

Assistant Surgeon, U. S. N., appointed June 30, 1834. Lost in 

the "Pulaski,'^ June, 1838. 

♦WnxiAM FouLKE, New York City. 

Born at Curacoa, W. I., May 4, 1812. Merchant. Died, Feb. 
2, 1888. 

♦Alfbed Hamilton, Albany, N. Y. 

^ Lawyer. 

♦Joseph C. Hance, New Philadelphia, Ohio. 

Born in Morris county, N. J., Sept. 28, 1811. Lawyer. Judge 
of Court of Common Pleas, 1882-92. Died, Jan. 6, 1896. 

♦Aabon Houghton, Homer, N. Y. 

Civil engineer. Died, 1837. 
♦Matthew Hale Jones, Easton, Pa. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rugters, 1834). Died, June 1, 1883. 
♦John Pbay Knox, Newtown, N. Y. 

Bom at Savannah, Ga., July 28, 1811. Presb. clergyman. N. 

B. Sem., 1837. A.M. (Rutgers, 1834). D.D. Died, June 2, 
1882. 

♦Matthias Lusk, Coxsackie, N. Y. 

Born, Sept. 9, 1807. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1833, 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1833). Died, April 13, 1883. 

♦Michael Pbice Moobe, New York City. 

Physician and surgeon. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1833). Assist- 
ant Surgeon, 17tli N. Y. Vols., 1861-63. 

♦James R. Nelson, Niew Brunswick, N. J. 

Teacher. A.M. (Rutgers, 1834). 
♦Elbebt Nevius, Stuyvesant, N. Y. 

Born near Six Mile Run, N. J., Sept. 4, 1808. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Sem., 1834. Missionary to Borneo, 1836-44. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1834). Died, Sept. 29, 1897. 

♦William M. Pattebson. 

♦James F. Riggin, Baltimore, Md. 

Lawyer. A.M. 
♦Edwabd Y. Rogebs, Rahway, N. J. 

Lawyer. N. J. State Senator, 1850-52. A.M. (Rutgets, 1833). 

Died, 1866. 

♦Henby Voobhees Speeb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1812. Lawyer. N. J. State Senator, 1856-58. President 

of the Senate, 1857-58. Died, June 23, 1869. 
♦Enoch Van Aken. New Brunswick. N. J. 

Born at Bsopus, N. Y., July 21, 1808. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1830-32. Princeton Sem., 1832-33. A.M. (Rutgers, 

1833). Died, Jan. 2, 1885. 

♦Jacob R. Van Absdale, Tyre, N. Y. 

Born, 1808. (?) Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1833. Died, 
1871. 

♦James Van Debveeb, North Branch, N. J. 

Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1833). M.D. 



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♦Rush Van Dyke, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, Sept. 17, 1812. Lecturer on Physiology and Medical Juris- 
prudence, Philadelphia, Pa., 1842. Professor of Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics, 1849. Professor of Theory and Practice of 
Medicine, Philadelphia College of Medicine, 1853. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1833). M.D. (Univ. of Penn., 1835). Died, Sept. 25, 1882. 

♦George A. Vboom, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. County Clerk of Middlesex county. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1833). Died. Dec. 14, 1861. 



♦Benjamin Bassleb, . Farmerville, N. Y. 

Born at Berne, N. Y., 1808. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1833. A.B. (Union, 1830). A.M. (Rutgers, 1833). Died, Feb. 
5, 1866. 

♦John V. R. Elmendobf. 

Residence when a student, Albany, N. Y. 

♦Robert Gosman, New York City.* 

Editor Kingston "Courier." On staflT N. Y. Tribune. 

♦William Ingbaham Kip, California. 

Born in New York City, Oct. 3, 1811. Episc. clergyman. Bishop 
of California, 1857- . Examiner West Point Military Acad., 
1883- . Author. A.B. (Yale. 1831). S.T.D. (Columbia, 1847). 
LL.D. (Yale, 1872). Died, 1893. 

♦Isaac Ebenezeb Taylor, New York City. 

Born in Philadelphia, Apr. 25, 1812. Physician. President, 
Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1861-89. Prof. Obstetrics and 
Diseases of Women and Children, 1861-67. M.D. (Univ. Penn., 
1834). Died, Oct. 30. 1889. 

♦John Jacob Zabbiskie, Hohokus, N. J. 

Manufacturer. Civil engineer. Died, Aug., 1877. 



1831. 
A.B. 

♦John Romeyn Bbodhead, New York City. 

Born In Philadelphia, .Tan. 2, 1814. Lawyer. Historian. Author 
of "History of the State of New York." Naval Officer New York 
City, 1853-57. Trustee, Rutgers. 1853-73. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1834). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1862). Died, May 6, 1873. 

♦Geobge William Bbown, Baltimore, Md. 

Born at Baltimore, Md., 1812. Lawyer. Chief Judge of the Su- 
preme Bench of Baltimore, 1873-88. Mayor of Baltimore, I860- 
62. Member of State Constitutional Convention of Maryland, 
1867. A.M. (Rutgers. 1834). LL.D. (St. John's, Annapolis, 
Md.). Died, Sept. 5, 1890. 

♦John James Bbown, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Teacher. Lawyer, New York City, 1834-35. 

♦William Henby Coopeb, Newark, N. J. 

• Born at Pittstown, N. Y., June 27, 1808. Presb. clergyman. 

N. B. S6m., 1831-32. Died at Parsippany, N. J., Feb. 24, 1880. 

♦Clinton De Witt, New York City. 

Born, Apr. 20, 1814. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1834). Died, 
Oct.. 1845. 

♦William Babclay Dey, Columbia, N. Y. 

Physician. M.D. 
♦Jacob Ennis, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born near Belleville, N. J., 1808. Missionary, R. O. A., 1836-40. 

N. B. Sem., 1835. Teacher. A.M. (Rutgers, 1834). Died, Jan. 

12, 1890. 



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♦Theodobe Feelinghuysen, Raritan, N. J. 

Born at Raritan, N. J., 1813. Lawyer. President Raritan Sav- 
ings Banli. A.M. (Rutgers, 1834). Died, Dec. 28, 1898. 

"^ James Schitreman Johnson, Keyport, N. J. 

Born at Spotswood, N. J., Oct. 9. 1809. Farmer. Died, March 
24. 1901. 

♦Adrian Lott, Belvidere, N. J. 

Born at Flatlands, L. I., Nov. 13, 1809. Merchant. Died, 1881. 

*Bdwabd T. Lyon, New York City. 

Physician. M.D. Died, 1870. 

♦Abraham Polhemits, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Astoria, N. Y., 1812, Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 

1835. Trustee, Rutgers, 1851-57. Alumni Orator, 1852. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1834). D.D. (Univ. of N. Y., 1856). Died, Oct., 1857. 

♦Walter Rutherfurd, Jersey City, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgejs. 1834). Died, July, 1868. 
♦Frederick Bordine Thomson, Berne, Switzerland. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 5, 1809. Clergyman, R. C. 

A. 1834-38, and Missionary to Borneo, 1838-47. N. B. Sem., 

1834. A.M. Died, March 3, 1849. 

♦Matthew T. Van Derveer, Danville, 111. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1834). 
♦Frederick Van Liew. 

Residence when a student, New Brunswick, N. J. Physician. 

M.D. Died. 1836. 

♦Albert Wells, Keokuk, Iowa. 

Born in New London county, Conn., Mch. 31, 1807. Principal, 
Newburgh Academy, 1831-35 ; Mount Pleasant, Sine Sing, Acad- 
emy, 1835-42 ; Peekskill Military Academy, 1843-73 ; Rockland, 
Nyack, Institute, 1876-79. Lawyer, 1843. A.M. (Univ. of N. 
Y., 1860). Died, March 1, 1897. 

♦Simon Van Etten Westfall, Pekin, 111. 

Born at Rhineback, N. Y., 1802. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1834. A.M. (Rutgers, 1834). Died, 1856. 



♦Elias B. Caldwell. 

Residence when a student. New Brunswick, N. J. 
♦Theodore Romeyn De Forest, New York City. 

Born, Aug. 7, 1809. Physician. Alderman, N. Y. City. Presi- 
dent, N. Y. Aqueduct Board. Died, July 26, 1860. 
♦Jacob De Witt. 

Residence when a student. New Brunswick, N. J. 
♦Sil/^s De Witt, Millstone, N. J. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., June 12, 1810. Died, Oct. 13, 1859. 
♦Michael C. Dougherty, Elkhart, Ind. 

Lawyer. Died about 1860. 
♦Richard H. Leech. 
♦Joseph H. Nelson. 

Residence when a student, New Brunswick, N. J. 



1832. 
A.B. 

♦Charles C. P. Arndt, Wisconsin. 

Lawyer. Member of the Territorial Legislature of Wisconsin, 
1840-41, and 1841-42. Killed. Feb. 11. 1842. 



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1832. 



♦Samuel Martin Bayless, Darlington, Md. 

Born near Darlington, Md., May 5, 1810. Presb. clergyman. 

Princeton Sem.. 1836. General Agent of the American Bible 

Society, for Kentucky. Died, March 17. 1873. 

♦Charles A. Bogert, 

Merchant. 
♦Edward Brinckerhoff, 

Lawyer. Died, Jan., 1857. 
♦George Buckham, 

Born in Scotland, 1812. Lawyer. 

(Rutgers, 1891). Died, May 16, 
♦Henry Thorp Bulkley, 

Ship-builder. A.M. (Yale, 1879). 
♦Mortimer De Motte, 



Geneva, N. Y. 

Albany, N. Y. 

New York City. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1835). L.H.D. 
1896. 

Southport, Conn. 
Died, Oct. 28, 1881. 

Flatbush, N. Y. 



Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1846). 
♦William Fisher, 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1839). Died, 1844. 
♦William W. Jones, 

Born, 1823. Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 

July 11, 1891. 

♦Cortland Lucas Latimer, 

Lawyer. A.M. (Yale, 1879). 
♦John Angus Manning, 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1835). Yale, 1879. 

1833. Died, June 9, 1891. 

♦Robert F. McConaughy, 

Born at Gettysburg, Penn., Feb. 11, 1813. Lawyer. 
28, 1841. 

♦David M. Meserole, 

Merchant. Died, 1853. 
♦Edward Patterson, 

Lawyer. Died, Nov. 8. 1856. 
♦John Stuart Patterson, 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

New York City. 
1842). Died, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



New York City. 
Yale Law School, 



Vincennes, Md. 
Died, Sept. 

New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 



Born, 1811. Lawyer. Judge Sixth Judicial District Court, 
1867. Died, April 3, 1886. 



Penns Valley, Pa. 

Presb, clergyman. 



♦James Brisbin Payne, 

Born at Fort Miller, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1802. 
Teacher. Princeton Sem., 1835. 

♦Edward Read, Edgefield, S. C. 

Episc. clergyman. General Theological Sem., 1838. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1837). D.D. Died, 1863. 
♦Thomas Gardner Salter, Boston, Mass. 

Clergyman. Chaplain U. S. Navy. General Theological Sem., 

1837. A.M. (Rutgers, 1835). Died, 1872. 
♦Gilbert Livingston Smith, Sharon, Conn. 

Bom at Sharon, Conn., May 19, 1813. Cong'l clergyman. 

Princeton Sem., 1835. Died, Nov., 1835. 
♦Charles Wells Swift, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at Washington, N. Y., 1812. Lawyer. Trustee, Rutgers, 

1853-77. Mayor of Poughkeepsie, 1858-60. A.M. (Rutgers, 

1836). Died, Nov. 19. 1877. 
♦Henry Tennent, Seaford, Del. 

Physician. M.D. (Univ. Penn., 1834). 
♦Peter Anthony Van Bergen, New York City. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1835, and Yale, 1879). Yale Law 

School, 1833. Died, June 25, 1881. 
♦Joshua Butler Wright, Scarborough, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1839). Died, 1877. 



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♦William Yoitngblood, Montgomery, N. Y. 
Born at Montgomery, N. Y., 1800. Missionary, R. C. A., to Bor- 
neo, 1836-47. N. B. Sem., 1835. A.M. (Rutgers, 1835). Died, 
1859. 



♦Fbedebick Hall. 

Residence -wlien a student. New York City. 
♦Joseph Taylob. 

Residence when a student, Woodbridge, N. J. 



1833. 
A.B. 

♦Gabnet B. Adbain, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Dec. 20, 1815. Lawyer. Member of 
Congress, 1857-59, and 1859-61. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). Died, 
Aug. 17, 1878. 

♦Nicholas C. Blaxivelt, Spring Valley, N. Y. 

Born at Clarkstown, N. Y., July 30, 1814. Teacher. Member, 
N. J. Assembly, 1852. Superintendent of Schools, Rockland 
county. Merchant. Died, Oct. 30, 1899. 

♦Gabbit Schenck Cannon, Bordentown, N. J. 

Born in Somerset county, N. J., 1815. Lawyer. U. S. District 
Attorney for New Jersey, 1852-60. Prosecuting Attorney for 
Burlington county, N. J., 1850-70. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). 
Died, April 21, 1886. 

♦John H. Gabothebs, San Francisco, Gal. 

Clergyman. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). 

♦John Ghetwood, San Francisco, Gal. 

Bom, Oct. 10, 1813. Lawyer. Elected Judge U. S. District 
Court for California, 1852, but died before taking seat on the 
bench. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). Died, Sept. 17, 1852. 

♦John De Mott, Middlebush, N. J. 

Born, 1812. Farmer. Member, N. J. Assembly, 1850, 1851, 
1853. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). Died, Jan. 1, 1896. 

♦Abbaham D. Deyo, Gardiner, N. Y. 

Farmer. Died, Dec. 3Q, 1884. 
♦John Dickinson, Fordham, N. Y. 

Born at Fordham, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1812. Farmer. Died, March 

12, 1875. 

♦John Wilson Dbuby, Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

Born at Rhinebeck, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1813. Lawyer. Circuit 
Judge of Illinois, Sixth District, 1855-60. Delegate to Charles- 
ton Convention. 1860. Died, March 1, 1899. 

♦John Pool Gabbish, New York Gity. 

Bom near New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 2, 1810. Physician and 
Surgeon. M.D. (Jefferson Med. Coll., 1838). A.M. (Rutgers, 
1884). Died, March 31, 1891. 

♦James Richmond Habdenbeboh, San Francisco, Gal. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., 1814. Lawyer. Mayor of Sac- 
ramento. Surveyor-General of California. Supt. U. S. Mint, 
San Francisco. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). Died, May 30, 1885. - 

♦John Hoppeb, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Lodl, N. J., Mch. 2, 1814. Lawyer. Town counsel of 
Paterson, N. J., 1843-47. Surrogate of Passaic county, N. J., 
1845-55. Passaic county Prosecutor, 1863, 1871-74. Judge 
Court of Common Pleas, 1886-97. N. J. State Senator, 1868-71, 
1874-77. District Court Judge for Paterson, N. J., appobited 
1877. Trustee, Rutgers, 1851-97. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). Died, 
Oct. 20, 1897. 



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♦Daniel Michael, Auburn, Wis. 

Born, 1810 (?). Clergyman, R. C. A. Teacher. N. B. Sem., 
1836. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). Died, 1865. 

♦Frederick Oqilby, New York City. 

Bprn In Ireland, Dec. 27, 1814. Episc. clergyman. General 
Theological Sem.. 1837. Assistant Rector Trinity . Church, 
1855-78. Tutor In Languages, Rutgers, 1833-35. A.M. (Rut- 
geTs, 1836). D.D. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, March 25, 1878. 

♦Robert Hewson Pruyn, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1815. Lawyer. U. S. Minister 
to Japan. Member, N. Y. State Constitutional Convention. 
Pres. Dudley Observatory. Trustee, Rutgers, 1853-82. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1836). LL.D. (Rutgers), Died, Feb. 26, 1»82. 

♦Peter J. Quick, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom near Middlebush, N. Y., Mch. 6, 1806. Clergyman, R. C. 
A. N. B. Sem., 1836. Rector of Hertzog Hall, 1869-74. Li- 
brarian of Sage Library, 1874-86. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). 
Died, Nov. 9, 1886. 

♦William Reiley, Freehold, N. J. 

Born at Durham, Penn., Feb. 12, 1810. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1836. A. M. (Rutgers, 1836). D.D. (Rutgers, 
1857). Died, July 19, 1894. 

♦Benjamin Du Bois Smock, Marlboro, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). Died, 1840. 
♦Jacob Polhemus Stryker, Newtown, N. Y. 

Physician and surgeon. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). M.D. (Coll. P. 

and S., 1836). Died, 1846. . 

♦William H. Tallmaqe, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

, Merchant. Died, June 2, 1888. 

♦Hart E. Waring, , Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Born at West Hyde Park, N. Y., Mch. 12, 1811. Presb. clergy- 
man. N. B. Sem., 1836. A.M. (Rutgers, 1836). Died, April 
20, 1897. 



♦James A. Pe La Vergne, Durango, Col. 

Presb. clergyman. N. B. Sem. 1833-35. First Superintendent, 
Public Schools, Clinton, Mo., 1867-68. Died, Jan. 30, 1899. 

♦William. Henry Hendrickson, Middletown, N. J. 

Born near Middletown, N. J., June 3, 1813. At Rutgers, 1829- 

32. Farmer. President Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, Mata- 

wan, N. J. N. J. State Senator, 1858-61, 1872-75, 1875-78. 

Died, Feb. 20, 1899. 
♦Isaac A. Le Fevre, Montrose, Iowa. 

Lawyer. A.B. (Union, 1833). Died, 1851. 
♦Carman Fitz Randolph, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at New Brwiswlck, N. J., Apr. 23, 1813. Coal dealer. 

Died, Nov. 23, 1863. 

♦Stephen F. Randolph, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Journalist. Died, Jan. 20, 1846. "^ 

1834. 
A.B. 

♦David F. Baker, New York City. 

Merchant. 

♦Philip Milledoler Brett, Tompkinsville, N. Y. 

Born In New York City, 1818. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1838. Editor "Staten Island Chronicle," 1856-58. Author "A 
Souvenir of a Three Years' Ministry In Reformed Dutch Church 
*of St. Thomas," 1856. A.M. (Rutgers, 1837). D.D. (Rutgers, 
1858). Died, 1860. 



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♦John Hanna Brigqs, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1837). Died, March. 29, 1872. 

♦Daniel N. Cabithers, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Clergyman. 

♦Talbot Wn.soN Chambers, New York City. 

Born at Carlisle, Pa., Feb. 25, 1819. CleTgyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1835-36. Princeton Sem., 1836-37. Trustee, Rut- 
gers. 1868-96. Trustee, Columbia, 1881-96. Pres. Gen. Synod, 
1863. Member Old Testament Revision Company. Author 
many articles, pamphlets and volumes. A.M. (Rutgers, 1837). 
S.T.D. (Columbia, 1858). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1885). Died, Feb. 
3, 1896. 

♦John Terhitne Demabest, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Schraalenberg, N. J., Feb. 20, 1813. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1837. A.M. (Rutgers, 1837). D.D. (Rutgers, 
1857). Died, Jan. 30, 1897. 

♦John Hudson Dubyea, Paterson, N. J. 

BoTn at Bloominburgh, N. Y., Nov. 28, 1810. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1837. A.M. (Rutgers, 1837). D.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1871). Died, Aug. 7, 1895. 

♦Henry Dusenbuby, (?) Illinois. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1837). 

♦John Crook Elmbndorf, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom near Somerville, N. J., Mch. 6, 1814. Lawyer. Treasurer, 
Rutgers College, 1853-89. Prosecutor of the Pleas, Middlesex 
county, 1847. A.M. (Rutgers, 1837). Died, July 18, 1889.- 

♦Joseph Gaston, Honey Brook, Pa. 

Physician. Died, Jan. 25, 1885. 
♦Habbison Heebmance, Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

Bom at Rhinebeck, N. Y., 1813 (?). Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 

B. Sem., 1837. A.M. (Rutgers, 1837). Chaplain, 128 Regiment 

N. Y. Vols., 1864-65. Died, Feb. 21, 1883. 

♦WnxLiM A. McKiNNEY, Buffalo, N. Y. 

U. P. Clergyman. Newburgh Sem. A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). Died, 
1842. 

♦John Fbyeb Mesick, York, Pa. 

Born at Guilderland, N. Y., June 28, 1813. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1837. For two years the oldest college graduate in 
America. A.M. (Rutgers, 1837). D.D. (Rutgers, 1853). LL.D. 
(Franklin & Marshall, 1911, and Rutgers. 1913). Died, June 
30, 1915. .'* 

♦John G. Moule, Callicoon, N. Y. 

Presb. Clergyman. Princet(Mi Sem., 1837. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1837). 

♦Andbew Bell Patebson, St. Paul, Minn. 

Episc. clergyman. Yale Law School, 1834. Gen. Theol. Sem., 
1840. A.M. (Rutgers. 1837). D.D. (Rutgers, 1855). Died, 
March 19, 1876. 

♦William John Pohlman, Amoy, China. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., 1812. Missionary, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1837. A.M. (Rutgers, 1837). Died, Jan. 5, 1849. 

♦Alexandeb Henby Smith, Carrollton, 111. 

Druggist and Pharmacist. A,M. (Rutgers, 1837). Died, Mar,, 
1892. 

♦Edwabd P. Stimpson, Castleton, N. Y. 

Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1834. Deposed, 1869. 

♦William J. Thompson, Somerville, N.'J. 

Bora at Readington, N. J., Mch. 8, 1812. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Teacher. N. B. Sem., 1841. Tutor in Latin and Greek, Rutgers, 
1838-41. Rector, Rutgers College Grammar School, 1846-62. 
Principal, Somerville Claasical Institute, 1865-67. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1837). Died, Mar. 19, 1867. 



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1834-1835. 



♦William Tennent Van Debveer, Davenport, Iowa. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). 



♦Blakely Hall, New York City. 

At Rutgers, 1830-31. 
♦Warben O. Kellogg, Flatbush, L. I. 

At Rutgers, 1830-32. 
♦Jacob West McMain, Baton Rouge, La. 

Born at Lewes, Del., 1815. Farmer and business man. Louisiana 

Home Guards. Secretary, Louslana State Univ., 1879-84. Died, 

Oct. 10, 1884. 

♦Archibald Cubrie Rapalje, Fishkill Village, N. Y. 

Born, in Fishkill Village, N. Y., Jan. 10. 1817. At Rutgers, 
1830-31. Died, July 28, 1831. 

♦Theodorus Richard Van Wyck, Fishkill Village, N. Y. 

Born at La Grange, N. Y., Nov. 12, 1814. At Rutgers, 1830-33. 
Died, Apr. 4, 1837. 

1835. 
A.B. 

♦John Benjamin Alligeb, New York City. 

Born, 1816. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1840. Law 
student, 1835-37. A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). Died, June 18, 1885. 

♦Farbington Barcalow, Edenville, N. Y. 

Farmer and stock raiser. A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). Died, June 20, 

1888. 

♦George Brinckerhoff, Albany, N. Y. 

Merchant. 
♦Antrim Campbell, Springfield, 111. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1840). Died. 1868. 
♦Fbanklin Ohappell, New London, Conn. 

Born at Norwich, Conn., Oct. 10, 1813. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 

1838). Died, Feb. 18, 1849. 

♦Ephbaim De Puy, Lakewood, N. J. 

Born at Rochester, N. Y., 1814. Episc. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 
1840. Prof. Belles-Lettres, St. Mary's Coll., Burlington, N. J., 
1863-65. A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). D.D. Died. April 1, 1896. 

♦Elihu Doty, Amoy, China. 

Born, 1809. (?) Missionary, R. C. A., to Borneo and China. 

N. B. Sem., 1835-36. Died on a voyage to America, Dec, 1864. 
♦Robebt L. Douglass. 

Lawyer. 
♦Edmund Eltinge, New Paltz, N. Y. 

Born at New Paltz, N. Y., 1817. Farmer. Banker, 1853-75. 

New York Custom House officer, 1876-83. A.M. (Rutgers, 

1843). Died, Dec. 1, 1897. 

♦Peteb Dumont Frelinghuysen, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Millstone, N. J., Feb. 16, 1816. Lawyer. County Clerk, 

Somerset county, 1840. A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). Died, Jan. 21, 
1904. 

♦Frederick J. Frelinghuysen, Raritan, N. J. 

Born in Somerset county, N. J., 1819. Lawyer. County Super- 
intendent of Schools, Somerset county, 1866-72. Surrogate, 
1872-77. Died, May 5, 1891. 

♦Henry Q. Hawley, New York City. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1815. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1838). Died, March 16, 1899. 



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♦John Livingston Janeway, Valley Forge, Pa. 

Born In Philadelphia, Apr. 21, 1815. Presb. clergyman. N. B 

Sem., 1840. Chaplain. 13th Regt. N. J. Vols., 1862-63. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1838). D.D. (Lafayette, 1866). Died, Nov. 21. 1906. 
♦Theodore Johnes, Morristown, N. J. 

Physician. M.D. (Univ. Penn.. 1842). Died, Feb. 14, 1844. 
♦David S. Lee, Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). 
♦James Guuck McDowell, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1814. Lawyer. Surrogate of Middlesex county, N. J. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). Died, Feb. 16. 1865. 

♦William Oonoveb Schenck, Princeton, N. J. 

Born at Princeton, N. J., May 22, 1814. Presb. clergyman. 

Princeton Sem., 1836-37. A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). Died, June 20, 

1854. 
♦Philip Alexander Schuyler, Greenville, Miss. 

Physician. M.D. (Univ. Penn,. 1838). A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). 

Died, Feb. 25, 1859. 
♦John S house, Easton, Pa. 

Born at Easton, Pa., Oct. 29, 1815. Lawyer. Associate Judge 

of Pike county. Pa., 1861. A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). Died, Sept. 

11. 1879. 
♦William L. Terhune, Matawan, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 15, 1815. Lawyer. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1838). Died, Dec. 27, 1907. 
♦Henry Van Arsdale, Jr., New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1814. Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 

1838). M.D. (Univ. Penn., 1838). Died, Aug. 25, 1888. 

♦John Addison Van Doren, East Millstone, N. J. 

Born In New York City, 1815. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1838. A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). Died, Aug. 24, 1886. 

♦Samuel Van Vechten, Albany, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). 
♦William Porter Williamson, * (?) Baton Rouge, La. 

Planter. A.M. (Rutgers, 1838). 
♦Cornelius Wyckoff, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Readington. N. J., 1810. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 

Sem., 1838. A.M. Died, May, 1870. 



♦James Anderson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Physician. At Rutgers, 1831-35. 
♦James C. Forsyth, Kingston, N. Y. 

lawyer. A.B. (Union, 1835). A.M. (Rutgers, 1839). Died, 

1855. 

♦Richard R. Rapalje, Fishkill Village, N. Y. 

Born at Fishkill Village, N. Y., Mch. 16, 1815. At Rutgers, 
1830-33. Died, Dec. 26. 1846. 

♦Edward Hunting Van Wyck, Closter, N. J. 

Bom in New York City, Sept. 17, 1815. Surgeon in U. S. Navy. 
M.D. (Univ. of Penn.. 1838). Died, Sept. 11, 1887. 

1836. 
A.B. 

♦Joseph Philo Bradley, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Berne, N. Y.. Mch. 14. 1813. Justice of the Supreme 
Court of U. S., 1870-92. Trustee. Rutgers. 1858-92. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1839). LL.D. (Lafayette, 1859). Died. Jan. 22, 1892. 



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^Alexander Beown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Springfield, Md., July 13, 1815. Banker. A.M. (But- 

gers, 1839). Died, Dec. 31, 1893. 

♦Augustus Hasbeouck Bruyn, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Kingston. N. Y., Aug. 21, 1817. Lawyer. Vice Pres. 

Ulster County Bank. A.M. (Butgers, 1839). Died, Oct. 24, 1904. 

♦George Washington Coakley, Hempstead, N. Y. 

Born at St. Bartholomew. W. I., Feb. 22. 1814. Professor of 
Mathematics. Natural Philosophy and Astromony, Univ. of the 
City of N. Y., 1860-93. Professor of Mathematics. College St. 
James, Md., 1845-60. A.M. (Butgers, 1839). LLD. (Butgers, 
1851). Died, Aug. 2, 1893. 

♦Edward Cook, Newark, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Butgers, 1839). Died, May 11, 1848. 

♦John B. Crawford, Middletown, N. J. 

Born at Crawford, N. Y.. 1814. Clergyman, B. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1839. A.M. (Butgers, 1839). Died, Oct., 1840. 

♦Anthony Elmendorf, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Ulster county, N. Y.., 1813. Clergyman, B. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1839. A.M. (Butgers, 1839). D.D. (Butgers, 1860). 
Died, 1866. 

♦Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Millstone, N. J., Aug. 4, 1817. Lawyer. Delegate to 
Peace Congress, 1861. Attorney-General of New Jersey, 1861-66. 
U. S. Senator, 1867-69, and 1871-77. Secretary of State of 
the U. S.. 1881-85. Trustee, Butgers, 1851-85. A.M. (But- 
gers. 1839). LL.D. (Princeton, 1862). Died, May 20, 1885. 

♦Remsen Garretson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Butgers, 1839). 

♦John Frelinghuysen Hageman, Princeton, N. J. 

Bom at Harlingen, N. J., Feb. 4, 1816. Lawyer. Prosecutor of 
the Pleas, Mercer county, N. J., 1862-67. A.M. (Butgers. 1839). 
Died, May 30, 1892. 

♦William Henry Jansen, New York City. 

Lawyer. Member N. Y. Assembly, 1843-44. A.M. 

♦Edward D. Johnson, New York City. 

Episc. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1836- . 

♦John Gray Johnson, Upper Red Hook, N. Y. 

Born at Nittaney Valley, Penn., Jan. 22, 1814. Clergyman, B. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1839. A.M. (Butgers, 1839). Died, July 
3, 1870. 

♦William Augustus Newell, AUentown, N. J. 

Born at Franklin. Ohio, Sept. 5, 1819. Governor of Washington 
Territory, 1880. Member of Congress, 1847-49, 1849-51, and 
1865-67. Governor of New Jersey, 1857-60. Superintendent of 
Life Saving Service, 1860-64. Examining surgeon for New Jer- 
sey during the Civil War. Trustee, Butgers. 1873-1901. A.M. 
(Butgers. 1839). M.D. (Univ. of Penn., 1839). LL.D. (Butgers, 
1883). Died, Aug. 8, 1901. ' 

♦CoRTLANDT PARKER, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., June 27. 1818. Lawyer. Prose- 
cutor of Pleas. Essex county, 1857-67. Commissioner on Iwund- 
ary between N. J. and Del., 1875-76. Commissioner on Louisiana 
electoral vote, 1876. President American Bar Association. Trus- 
tee. Butgers, 1874-78. A.M. (Butgers, 1839). LL.D. (Butgers, 
1866, and Princeton. 1866). Died, July 29, 1907. 

♦John Parker, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Banker. A.M. (Butgers, 1839). Died, April, 1883. 

♦Theodore A. Reynolds, New York City. 

A.M. (Butgers, 1839). 

♦John A. Staats, Goshen, N. Y. 

Born at Millstone, N. J., Dec, 1816. Clergyman, B. C. A. N. B. 

Sem., 1840. A.M. (Butgers, 1839). Died, Feb. 3, 1891. 



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*Geobge Stewart Stitt, New York City. 

Born at Wallklll. N. Y., 1816. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1839). 

Died, Nov. 12, 1890. 
*Jam£s Cole Van Dyke, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lawyer. U. S. District Attorney for Eastern Penn.. 1852-^8. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1840). Died, 1866. 
♦Henry Waldeon, Hillsdale, Mich. 

Bom at Albany, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1819. Civil engineer. Member 

of Mich. Assembly, 1843. Member of Congress, 1853-59, and 

1871-77. A.M. (Rutgers, 1839). Died, Sept. 6, 1880. 



♦Alexander Gulick, Woodstock, N. Y. 

Born In New York City, Apr. 9, 1814. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Princeton Sem., 1835-37. Union Sem., 1838-39. Died, April 

1, 1887. 
♦Joseph L. Hasbrouck, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Surgeon. In U. S. Army during Civil War. M.D. Died, Jan. 

25, 1882. 

♦John T. Jansen. 

Residence when a student, Shawangunk, N. Y. 
♦Abram Pierce. 

Residence when a student. New York City. 
♦Stephen Sammons, Fonda, N. Y. 

Lawyer. Major 153d N. Y. Vols. Died, Aug. 27, 1879. 
♦Nicholas Van Vbanken, Keyport, N. J. 

Born, 1818. Physician. Lawyer. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1840). 

Died, March 2, 1856. 

♦John T. Vredenbubgh. 

Residence when a student, Somerville, N. J. 



1837. 
A.B. 

♦Nathan Dow Benedict, Magnolia, Fla. 

Physician. Had charge of Lunatic Asylum, Utlca, N. Y. and re- 
treat for invalids, Florida. Physician in Chief, Philadelphia 
Hospital. Judge. A.M. (Rutgers, 1840). M.D. (Univ. of Penn., 
1840). Died, 1871. 

♦Howard Bishop, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Teacher in Pennington Sem. Died, July 27, 1846. 
♦Jacob Bookstaver, Belleville, N. J. 

Born at Montgomery, N. Y.,'Feb. 9, 1817. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1840. Teacher. A.M. (Rutgers, 1840). Died, Dec. 

11, 1848. 

♦David D. Demarest, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born near Schraalenburgh, N. J., July 30, 1819. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Professor of Pastoral Theol. and Sacred Rhetoric in N. 
B. Sem., 1865-98. Trustee, Rutgers, 1858-98. Sec. Board of 
Trustees. 1866-98. Pres. Gen. Synod, 1858. Stated Clerk Gen. 
Synod, 1862-71. N. B. Sem., 1840. A.M. (1840). D.D. (Coll. 
of N. J., 1857). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1892). Died, June 21, 1898. 

♦Jonathan Parsons Gbeenleaf, Lyndon, Vt. 

Clergyman. Union Theol. Sem., of Virginia, 1842. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1840). Died on the Mediterranean, Feb. 22, 1843. 

♦Charles Stedman Hageman, Riverdale-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Harlingen. N. J., July 20, 1817. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Princeton Sem., 1842. A.M. (Rutgers, 1840). D.D. (Rutgers, 
1862). Died, Oct. 20, 1901. 



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♦Jonathan Howard Hasbbouck, ^New York City. 

Born at Kingston. N. Y., 1820. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). 
Died. Feb. 7. 1889. 

♦William R. Janeway, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Oct. 17. 1817. Manufacturer. N. B. Sem., 
1837-38. A.M. (Rutgers, 1840). Died, April 9, 1881. 

♦Edmund Lee. 

Residence when a student. Wyoming, N. Y. 
♦Thomas Leiper, Chester, Pa. 

Farmer. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1840). 
♦Robert Pitts, Stroudsburg, Pa. 

Born near Montgomery, N. Y., 1813. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 

B. Sem., 1840. A.M. (Rutgers. 1840). Died. Nov. 16. 1878. 

♦Martin Luther Schenck, Plattekill, N. Y. 

Born at Six Mile Run, N. J., 1817. Clergyman, B. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1840. A.M. (Rutgers, 1840). Died, March 11, 1873. 

♦William Henry Steele, ' Newark, N. J. 

Born at Albany, N. Y.. Feb. 18, 1818. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1840. Missionary to Borneo, 1842-49. Pres. Board 

of Foreign Missions. R. C. A. A.M. (Rutgers. 1840). D.D. 

(Univ. of N. Y., 1870). Died, Aug. 11, 1905. 
♦Isaac P. Strykeb, Borneo, East Indies. 

Born at Harlingen. N J., Nov. 27. 1811. R. D. missionary to 

Borneo. N. B. Sem., 1840. A.M. (Rutgers, 1840). Died at 

sea, ner Singapore, 1842. 

♦George Washington Thompson, Academia, Pa. 

Born at New Providence, N. J.. Oct. 10, 1819. Presb. clergyman. 

Princeton Sem., 1841. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). D.D. (JefCerson 

College, Pa.). Died, Jan. 28, 1864. 
♦Robert Van Amburgh, Lebanon, N. J. 

Born at New Hackensack, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1809. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Sem., 1840. A.M. Died, March 9, 1890. 
♦Matthew Dykeman Van Doren, New York City. 

Physician and surgeon. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1841). A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1840). Died. Nov. 2, 1881. 

♦William Theodore Van Doren, Washington, D. C. 

Born In New York City, 1819. Clergyman, R. C. A. Auditor 
TJ. S. Treasury, 1862-85. N. B. Sem., 1840. Missionary in 
Batavia, 1841-42. Chaplain, 7th Missouri Cavalry, 1861-62. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1840). Died, Dec. 20, 1885. 

♦Charles Brasher Van Wyck, New York City. 

Born at Success, L. I., Oct. 12, 1817. Banker. A.M. Died, 
.Tan. 5. 1900. 

♦John Beekman Westbrook, Peekskill, N, Y. 

Civil engineer. Chief Engineer Grand Trunk R. R. A.M. (Rut- 
gers. 1840). Died, 1855. 

♦John Whitbeck, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Born at Coxsackie, N. Y.. Nov. 12, 1812. Clergyman. R C. A. 
N. B. Sem.. 1840. A.M. (Rutgers. 1840). Died, Oct. 12, 1888. 



♦John I.. Bookstaver, Saugerties, N. Y. 
Lawyer. 

♦Allison Brown, Baltimore, Md. 
Physician. Attended lectures Univ. of Md. Lost at sea, March 
27, 1846. 

♦Hezekiah G. Carpenter, Ramsey, N. J. 
Born at Vernon, N. Y., Sept. 9, 1817. Merchant. In Comptrol- 
ler's office, Albany. Farmer. Died, September 29. 1895. 

♦John G. Garretson. 

Residence when a student, New York City. 



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♦Francis H. Hooke. 
*A. C. Raymond. 

Residence when a student, New Haven, Conn. 
♦James Ryerson, Pompton, N. J. 

♦Warren Scott Smith, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom, 1818. Civil engineer and surveyor. Died, Oct. 27, 1883. 



1838. 
A.B. 

♦James Alexander Harvey Cornell, New Baltimore, N. Y. 

Born at Allentown,' N. J., Aug. 29, 1818. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1841. Sec. Board of Education, 1856-61. Financial 
Sec. Gen. Synod, 1869-73. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). D.D. (Coll. 
N. J., 1858). Died, Aug. 20, 1899. 

♦John Frelinghuysen CJorneix, New York City. 

Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). M.D. (Univ. of Pen n., 1844). 
Died. Oct. 17, 1848. 

♦John De Witt, Irvington, N. Y. 

Born at Albany. N. Y., Nov. 29. 1821. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Professor of Biblical Literature In N. B. Sem., 1863-84. Pro- 
fessor of Hellenistic Greek and New Testament Exegesis in N. 
B. Sem., 1884-92. Member^of Bible Revision Committee. Author 
of "A Rendering of the Psalms." N. B. Sem.. 1842. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1841). D.D. (Rutgers, I860). LL.D. (Lafayette, 
1882). Litt.D. (Columbia, 1888). Died, Oct. 19. 1906. 

♦Francis Topping Drake, Bloomingburgh, N. Y. 

Born at Southold, L. I., June 20, 1805. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1841. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). Died, Feb. 18, 1868. 
♦Charles IIardenbergh Hedges, Charlottesville, Va. 

Born at Somervllle, N. J., Dec. 22. 1818. Physician. M.D. 

(Jefferson Med. Coll., 1841). Died, Jan. 12, 1903. 

♦Joseph Knieskern, Cortland, N. Y. 

Born at Berne, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1810. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 
B. Sem., 1841. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). Died, Sept. 7, 1895. 

♦Samuel Wickham Mills, Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Bom at Wallkill, N. Y., Apr. 5, 1820. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem.. 1842. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). D.D. (Rutgers, 1874). 

Died, Nov. 22, 1902. 
♦Alexander Charles Millspaugh, Union Church, N. Y. 

Born In Orange county, N. Y.. 1810. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1841. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). Died, Dec. 3, 1885. 
♦Gilbert McPhedrick Myer, Cohoes, N. Y. 

Born at Coxsackle, N. Y., 1815. R. D. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 

1841. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). Died. 1846. 
♦Peter George Randall, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Harlem. N. Y.(?) R. D. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1841. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). Died, 1842. 
♦William Eaton Titrner, Elmsford, N. Y. 

Born at Union, near Hartford. Conn.. Mch. 20, 1810. Clergy- 
man, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1841. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). Died, 

Jan. 26, 1893. 
♦John Watson, Amsterdam, Ohio. 

Born near Strabane, County Tyrone, Ireland. 1810. Presb. 
clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1841. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). Died, 
April 22, 1864. 



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♦Cornelius Depuy Westbbook, Jr., Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at PIshkill, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1823. Civil engineer. Engi- 
neer and Captain 2ath Regt. N. Y. Militia, Sept. 27. 1861. Adj't 
120th N. Y. Vols., July 1§, 1862. Lieut. Col. 120th Regt., Aug. 
22, 1862, and Lieut. Col. Commanding In battles of Chancellors- 
ville and Gettysburg. Honorably discharged on account of 
wounds, Feb. 20, 1864. A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). Died, Sept. 24, 
1905. 

♦Theodoric Romeyn Westbrook, Kingston, N. Y. 

Lawyer. Member of Congress, 1853-55. Justice of the Supreme 
Court of the State of N. Y., 1874-85. Trustee, Rutgers, 1875-85. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1841). LLD. (Rutgers, 1875). Died, Oct. 6, 
1885. 



♦John Adams. 

Residence when a student, Prankford, Penn. 
♦Sanders Diefendorph, Hayesville, Ohio. 

Born at MInden, N. Y., Apr. 24, 1816. Presb. clergyman. A.B. 

(Yale, 1838). A.M. (Yale, 1859). D.D. (Jefferson, 1859). 

Died, Feb. 18, 1884. 

♦John Philip Flagler, Hopewell, N. Y. 

Farmer. 
♦David B. Gill, Clarksboro, N. J. 

Judge, Court of Common Pleas. Sheriff. Gloucester county. 

Died, Nov. 4, 1894. 

♦George C. Hand. 

Residence when a student, Vernon, Oneida county, N. Y. 
♦Sidney M. Layton. 

Residence when a student, Newark, N. J. 
♦David D. Roosa. 

Residence when a student, Kingston, N. Y. 
♦Charles Smith Scott, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 6, 1819. Lawyer. Lay 

Judge, Court of Common Pleas, Middlesex county, N. J., 1877-8*11. 

Died, Dec. 24, 1893. 
♦Jacob Stout, New York City. 

Born In New York City, Feb. 14, 1821. Stock broker. Died, 

July 7. 1907. 
♦George W. Suffern, Suflfern, N. Y. 

Bom at Suffern, N. Y., 1819. Supervisor. President of town 

of Suffern. Died, March 7, 1903. 

♦James Weeks. 

Residence when a student, FlshklU Plains, N. Y. 

♦Elijah Wilson, York, Pa. 

Born at Philadelphia, Nov. 19, 1813. Presb. clergyman. Prince- 
ton Sem., 1841-42. Died, Dec. 19, 1893. 

♦William G. Wood. 

Residence when a student, Ha"rlem, N. Y. 



1839. 
A.B. 

♦Cornelius Eltinge Crispell, Spring Valley, N. Y. 

Born at Marbletown, N. Y., Mch. 14, 1820. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). D.D. (Rutgers, 1867). N. B. Sem., 
1842. Rector, Rutgers Grammar School, 1863-66. Prof. His- 
tory, Rutgers. 1863-66. Prof. Nat. Phil. Math, and Astronomy, 
Hope, 1866-67. Prof. Didactic and Polemic Theol., Western 
Sem., 1867-70. Died, Aug. 29, 1910. 



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♦Thomas Sunderland Evans, Santa Fe, S. A. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1820. Lawyer. Civil engineer. 
Supt. of Copiaco R. R., South America, 1854-60, A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1842). Died, Oct. 4, 1868. 

♦William Whiteman Halloway, Morris Plains, N. J. 

Bom in Philadelphia. Preeb. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1842. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). Died, Sept. 20, 1898. 
♦Ebenezeb S. Hammond, Closter, N. J. 

Born, July 27, 1815. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1842. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). Died, May 24, 1873. 

♦John S. Himbod, Greenport, N. Y. 

Bom at Penn Yan, N. Y. (?), Dec. 10, 1813. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem. A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). Died, Nov. 20, 1883. 

♦Victor Moreatt Hulbert, Battle Creek, Mich. 

Born at Nassau, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1813. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 
B. Sem., 1842. A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). D.D. (Rutgers, 1864). 
Died, Jan. 7, 1892. 

♦Teunis J. Johnson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Merchant. A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). 
♦William H. Lacey, Cortlandt County, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). 
♦Gerrit Martense, Flatbush, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). Died, Feb. 27, 1849. 
♦Abraham George Ryebson, Paterson, N. J. 

. Born at Orange. N. J. (?), 1817. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 

Sem., 1842. Teacher from 1875. Chaplain, 22d Regt. N. J. 

Vols., 1864-75. A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). Died, Feb. 18, 1887. 

♦John Newton Schultz, Menardsville, Tex. 

Born at Lebanon, N. J., June 11, 1819. Presb. clergyman. 
Teacher. N. B. Sem., 1842. CThaplaln in 38th Regt. U. S. Col- 
ored Troops (first in regular army, afterward consolidated with 
41st, forming 24th Regt. U. S. Infantry). A.M. (Rutgers, 
1842). Died, Nov. 8, 1888. 

♦Andrew Brown Taylor, Ridgefield, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Dec. 28, 1813. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1842. A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). Died March 12, 1895. 

♦Raymond M. Tyson, Savannah, Ga. 

Lawyer. AM. (Rutgers, 1842). Died, May, 1851. 

♦Edward Suli.ivan Vail, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1819. Lawyer. Collector of 

Sortralts for KIrkpatrIck Chapel. A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). Died, 
uly 1, 1889. 

♦Ralph Willis, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom in London, England, Aug. 16, 1815. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1842. Superintendent of Schools, Middlesex county, 
N. J., 1868-88. Rector of Hertzog Hall, 1880-88. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1842). Died, March 16, 1895. 

♦Aaron Burr Winfield, Paramus, N. J. 

Bom at Montague, N. J., 1815. R. D. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 
1842. A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). Died, 1856. 

♦Jacob Rynier Wortendyke, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Pascack, N. J., Nov. 27, 1818. Lawyer. Judge. Mem- 
ber of Congress, 1857-59. Pres. of Riparian Commission of 
N. J., 1864. Trustee, Rutgers, 1862-68. A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). 
Died, Nov. 7, 1868. 

♦Theodore Frederick Wyckoff, St. Thomas, W. I. 

Bom at Catskill, N. Y., 1820. R. D. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 
1842. A.M. (Rutgers, 1842). Died, Jan. 19, 1855. 



♦John Schureman Cannon, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom, 1819. Died in Ills Senior year, April 21, 1839. 



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♦Edward W. Champlin, Joliet, 111. 

Clergyman. Domestic Missionary. A.B. (Union, 1840). Died, 
1845. 

♦Edwabd Cooper, Lancaster, Pa. 

Presb. clergyman. Principal, Aurora Academy, 1842. Presi- 
dent, Asbury Female College. Chaplain, U. S. Vols., Ohio, 1865. 
EMitor. A.B. (Union, 1839). D.D. S.T.D. Died, 1889. 

♦Theodore Frelinqhuysen Mann, Moorestown, N. J. 

Born at SomervlUe, N. J., July 18, 1816. Merchant. 1843-77. 
Civil engineer, 1838-43. Captain, 183d Penn. Regt. in Civil 
War. Died, March 7, 1907. 

♦WiLUAM Howard Neilson, Bellport, L. I. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 12, 1820. Manufacturer. 
Died, July 9, 1887. 

♦George Washington Perkin, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Born at Philadelphia, June 27, 1818. Moravian clergyman. 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1842). Princeton Sem., 1846. Asst. Prof., Mora- 
vian Sem., 1855-58. Bookseller. Teacher. Died, Dec. 10, 1893. 

♦Frederick William Rigord, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Guadeloupe, W. I., Oct. 7, 1819. Sheriff, Essex county, 
1865-69. Mayor, Newark, N. J., 1870-78. Judge, EJssex county, 
1878-83. City Court, 1883-88. Author of seyeral books and 
translations. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1861). 
Died, Aug. 12, 1897. 

♦WiLLiA?d Henry Smith, Ohio (?). 

Residence when a student, Chatham, N. Y. 
♦Benjamin Rush Taylor, Nokomis, IlL 

Physician. Died, Aug. 31, 1883. ^ 

♦William M. Van Brunt. 

Residence when a student, Geneva, N. Y. 

1840. 
A.B. 

♦J. Van Dyke Berrier, Belleville, N. J. 

Physician and surgeon. A.M. (Rutgers, 1843). M.D. (Coll. P. 
and S., 1844). 

♦Henry Brodhead, Jr., Kingston, N. Y. 

Born near Ellenville, N. Y., 1817. Lawyer. Surrogate of Ulster 
county, N. Y., 1851. Judge, Ulster county, N. Y., 1859. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1843). Died, Oct. 18, 1868. 

♦Henry Rutgers Cannon, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born near New Brunswick, N. J., May 20, 1821. Physician. 
County Clerk of Union county, N. J., 1857-77. M.D. (N. Y. 
Med. Univ., 1843). A.M. (Rutgers, 1843). Died, Jan. 9, 1911. 

♦Albert Galatin Dole, Huntington, Pa. 

Reformed clergyman. Ref. Sem., Mercersburg, Pa., 1843. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1844). 

♦Jacob H. Du Bois, Kingston, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1843). Died, 1873. 
♦John S. Elmendorf, Millstone, N. J. 

Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1843). Died in South Carolina, 

Aug. 29, 1843. 

♦Andrew Ramage Ferguson, Lockport, N. Y. 

Born at Newcastle-on-Tyne, Eng., May 31, 1823. Physician. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1843). M.D. (Cleveland Med. College, 1848). 
Died, March 14, 1895. 

♦Richard Manley, Bellfield, Va. 

Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1843). M.D. (Univ. of N. Y., 1844). 
Died, July 12, 1845. 



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♦Isaac L. Kip Milleb, Albany, N. Y. 

Bom, Feb. 24, 1822. R. D. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1843. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1843). Died, Jan. 22, 1845. 

♦John -Scott Rouse, Newark, N. J. 

Bom, Apr 1, 1823. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1843). Died, 
April 9, 1849. 

♦Jacob M. Settle, Albany, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1843). 

♦William Porter Steele. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1840). Residence when a student, Lancaster 
county, Penn. 

♦Abraham Ten Bboeck Van Doren, Ringoes, N. J. 

Born, June 15, 1823. Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1846). M.D. 
(Univ. of N. Y., 1843). Died, June 30, 1853. 

♦George Peter Van Wyck, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Bloomingburgh, N. Y., June 24, 1821. Presb. clergy- 
man. N. B. Sem., 1843. Chaplain, 56th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 
1863-64. Chaplain in Regular Army. A.M. (Rutgers, 1843). 
Died, Aug. 5, 1899. 

♦John Vredenburgh Voorhees, Somerville, N. J. 

Bom at Somerville, N. J., Aug. 5, 1819. Lawyer. Prosecutor 
of the Pleas, Somerset county, 1872-77. First Lieut, and Quar- 
termaster 30th Regt. N. J. Vols., Sept., 1862, to Dec, 1862. 
Resigned on account of ill-health. A.M. Died, Jan. 27, 1899. 

♦George R. Williamson, Amity, N. Y. 

Born at Caldwell, N. Y., 1823. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1843. A.M. (Rutgers, 1843). Killed by explosion of 
boiler on steamboat "Reindeer," Sept. 4, 1852. 

♦Nicholas Du Bois Williamson, South Bend, Ind. 

Bom at Flagtown, N. J., Dec. 2, 1819. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1843. A.M. (Rutgers, 1843). Died, Sept. 12, 1896. 



♦John Anderson, Scotland. 

♦Harmen Crapsey. 

Residence when a student. New Utrecht, N. Y. 
♦William A. Van Vranfen Mabon, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bora at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 24, 1822. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Sem., 1844. Professor of Didactic and Polemic 

Theology, N. B. Sem., 1881-92. A.B. (Union, 1840). A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1843). D.D. (Rutgers, 1861). LL.D. Died, Nov. 

3, 1892. 

♦J. Van Orden. 

♦Jacob I. Werner, Catskill; N. Y. 

Born at Berne, N. Y.. 1816. Lawyer. Commissioner on Revi- 
sion of Statutes, 1872-75. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). Died, Dec. 
20, 1892. 

♦John P. Westervelt, Paterson, N. J. 

Presb. clergyman. Died, Jan. 15, 1879. 
♦Egbert Whitaker, Saugerties, N. Y. 

Born, 1816. Lawyer. Died, Feb 2, 1906. 
♦Abraham Staats Williamson, Somerville, N. J. 

Born near Millstone, N. J., 1819. Lawyer. Judge, Court of 

Common Pleas. Surrogate, Somerset county, 1862-67. Died, 

Feb. 18, 1897. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



1841. 



1841. 
A.B. 

♦Thomas Newcomb Benedict, Geneseo, 111. 

Episc. clergyman. General Theological Sem., 1847. Prof. Ju- 

• blTee Coll., 1858-60. A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). Died, Sept. 25, 

1879. 

♦Frederick Cruser Blackwell, Newark, N. J. 

Born near Millstone. N. J.(?), Dec. 19, 1820. Physician. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1844). MID. (Univ. N. Y., 1845). Died, Apr. 4, 

1912. 

♦William Augustus Cornell, La Grange, N. Y. 

Bom at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.. 1821. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1844. A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). Died, Oct. 18, 1875. 

♦John J. Cowenhoven, New Utrecht, N. Y. 

Farmer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). Died, 1853. 
♦Robert W. Garretson, 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). 
♦John Demond Hawes, 

physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). 
♦Samuel J. Hopper, 



Born in Bergen County, N. J.(?) 
1842. 



New York City. 

Wisconsin. 
Died, 186X. 

Bergen County, N. J. 
N. B. Sem., 1841-42. Died, 



M.D. 



♦David McNeish, 

Born in Scotland, 1820. 
Died, 1854. 

♦Augustus C. Miller, 



R. D. clergyman. 



Constantine, Mich. 
N. B. Sem., 1844. 

Plainfield, N.'j. 



Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). Died, Aug. 13, 1894. 



♦Peter Davis Oakey, 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., June 22, 1816. 



man. N. B. Sem., 1844. 
1895. 



Springfield, N. Y. 
Presb. clergy- 



♦Joseph G. Roe, 

Merchant. A.M. (Rutgers, 1844) 
♦Charles Roeloff von Romondt, 



A.M. (Rutgers. 1844). Died, Oct. 4, 

Rahway, N. J. 



Washington, D. C. 



Bom at PhilipsbuTg, St. Martins, West Indies, Apr. 21, 1821. 

In Crivil Service. Teacher. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 

1844. Professor of Modern Languages, Rutgers, 1846-59. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1844, and Washington and Lee Univ., 1863). Died, 
Not. 15, 1889. 

♦John Limrerger See, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Borti in New York City, May 20, 1822. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1844. Sec. Board of Education, 1861-84. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1844). D.D. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, June 1, 1892. 

♦Nicholas Everitt Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Jamaica, L.I., 1820. Cong'l clergyman. N. B. Sem., 

1845. A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). D.D. (Rutgers, 1861). Died, 
June 18, 1890. 

♦Cyrh. Spai^lding, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Westerlo, N. Y., June, 14, 1818. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1846. A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). Died, Aug. 9, 1896. 

♦William James Romeyn Taylor, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Schodack. N. Y., July 31, 1823. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1844., Cor. Sec, American Bible Soc., 1862-70. 
Cor. Sec, American Sabbath Union. 1890-91. Pres., General 
Synod, 1871. Trustee, Rutgers, 1878-91. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1844). D.D. (Rutgers, 1860). Died, Nov. 12, 1891. 

♦William Thompson, Stone House Plains, N. J. 

Born near New Brunswick, N. J., June 1, 1813. R. D. clergy- 
man. N. B. Sem., 1844. A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). Died, 1846. 



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ALUMNI. 97 



♦Abbaham Rynier Van Nest, Jr., New York City. 

' Born in New York City, Feb. 16, 1823. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1847. Pres. £>vangellzatlon Committee, Free 
Church, Italy, and organizer Church of Geneva, Switzerland, 
1875. A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). D.D. (Univ of Pa., 1861, and 
Rutgers, 1860). Pres., Gen. Synod, R. C. A., 1870. Trustee, 
Rutgers, 1878-92. Died, June 1, 1892. 

♦Edwin Veddeb, Schoharie, N. Y. 

BoTn near Schenectady, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1815. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Sem.. 1844. A.M. (Rutgers, 1844). Died at Ball- 
ston, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1911. 

♦Robert A^oobhees, Harlingen, N. J. 

Born, 1819. Lecturer. Farmer. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1844). Died, Oct. 14, 1887. 



♦Fredebick W. Backus. 

Residence when a student, Rochester, ,N. Y. 

♦John Blackwell, Blackwell's Mills, N. J. 

Miller and farmer. Died, Nov. 21, 1869. 

♦Abbaham Beach Cabteb, Dubuque, Iowa. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., 1820. Episc. clergyman. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1846). D.D. (Rutgers. 1856). Died, March, 1890. 

♦Abbaham Wilson Duryee, Fair View, N. J. 

Born at Schuylerville, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1821. Member, N. J. 
Assembly. A.M. (Rutgers, 1893). Died, June 8, 1898. 

♦Richard D. McCletjland, Jersey City, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., 1824. Lawyer. Corporation 
Counsel of Jersey City, 1854-68. Prosecutor of the Pleas, 
Hudson county, 1868. Died, Aug. 23, 1868. 

♦William M. Maxwell. 

Residence when a student, Lancaster County, Penn. 
♦Elijah Nicholls. 

Residence when a student, Philadelphia, Penn. 
♦Robebt Robekts, London, England. 

Leading writer of the Christadelphians. 
♦Thomas N. Smith. 

Residence when a student, Philadelphia, Penn. 



1842. 
A.B. 

♦William Bailey, Cedar Hill, N. Y. 

Born at Beckers Corners, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1819. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1848. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). Died, July 
3, 1887. 

♦James Chipchase, Baltimore, Md. 

Born in London, E?ng., Nov. 18, 1818. Episc. clergyman. Gen- 
eral Theological Sem., 1844. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). Died, Jan. 
25, 1894. 

♦David Cole, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Born at Spring Valley, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1822. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Licensed and ordained, 1858. Teacher, 1842-51. Prin- 
cipal, Trenton, N. J„ Academy, 1851-57. Prof, of Language.s, 
State Normal School, Trenton, N. J., 1857-58. Prof, of Greok 
Language and Literature, Rutgers, 1863-66. Pres. Gen. Synod, 
* 1884. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). D.D. (Franklin and Marshall 
Col., 1865). Died, Oct. 20, 1903. 



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1842. 



♦William IIeney Goldsmith, Wallkill, X. Y. 

Born at Scotchtown, N. Y., June 15. 1821. Student. Prlnee- 
ton Theol. Sem. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). Died, Sept. 21, 1845. 

♦Charles Frederick Groesbeck, (?) New York City. 

Bom at Albanj', N. Y.. Feb. 20, 1820. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1845). Died after 1882. 

♦Henry Kollock How, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Savannah, Ga., Apr. 21, 1825. Pharmacist. Farmer. 
N. B. Sem., 1848-50. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). Died, June 20, 
1875. 

♦William Schuneman Kenyon, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Catskill. N. Y., Dec. 13, 1820. Lawyer. Member of 
Congress, 1859-61. County Judge, 1884-89. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1845). Died, Feb. 9, 1896. 

♦James Rapelye Lente. Washingtonville, N. Y. 

Born at Newtown, L. I., Apr. 18, 1822. Clergyman. N. B. 
Sem., 1850. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). Died, Mch. 26, 1916. 

♦Aaron Lloyd, Nutley, N. J. 

Bom at Walnut Creek, IVnn., July 27, 1817. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1845. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). Died, Dec. 
17, 1905. 

♦John Minor, Herkimer, N. Y. 

Born at Lo'dl. N. Y., Nov. 18, 1814. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 

B. Sem.. 1845. Sec. Board of Publication, R. C. A., 1857-59. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). Died, Nov. 20, 1890. 

♦Benjamin Franklin Romaine, Columbus, Ohio. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Nov. 20, 1820. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Sem., 1842-43. Editor "Rutgers College Miscel- 
lany." Editor "American Spectator." Albany, N. Y., 1842-57. 
Secretary, Ohio Colonization Society, 1868-74. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1845). Died, Jan. 16, 1874. 

♦John Simonson, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born near Somerville. N. J., Oct. 20, 1816. Clergyman, R. C. 
A. N. B. Sem., 1845. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). Died, May 11, 

1889. 

♦William Charles Smith, Hackensaok, N. J. 

Bom in England. Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). M.D. 
(Coll. P. and S., 1852). 

♦William Hornblower Stephens, Belleville, N. J. 

Born at Belleville, N. J.. July 14. 1823. Postmafiter, 1861-86. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). Died, April 19, 1892. 

♦GOYN Talmage, Somerville, N. J. 

Born near Somerville, N. J., Dec. 7, 1821. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N B. Sem., 1845. Sec. Board Domestic Missions, R. C. A., 
1862-67. President General Synod, R. C. A., 1874. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1845). D.D. (Rutgers, 1876). Died, June 24, 1891. 

♦John Van Nest Talmage, Amoy, China. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., Aug. 18, 1819. Missionary, R. 
C. A., at Amoy, 1847-89. N. B. Sem.. 1845. Author of "Dic- 
tionary of the Chinese Character in the Romanized Amoy Col- 
loquial." and of several translations of parts of the Bible and 
other books into Chinese. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). D.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1867). Died, Aug. 19, 1892. 

♦George James Van Neste, Millstone, N. J. 

Born at Weston, N. J.. Sept. 7, 1822. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1846. A. M. (Rutgers, 1845). Died, Jan. 18, 1898. 

♦Jacob West, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Born at Middleburgh, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1818. Clergyman, R. 
(' A. N. B. Sem.. 1845. Sec, Board Domestic Missions, R C. 
a!. 1868-88. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). D.D. (Rutgers, 1870). 
Died, Jan. 22, 1890. 

♦Amzy Louis Williams, Nebraska. 

Born in Delaware county, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1820. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1845). Died, Nov. 17, 1884. 



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♦Abbaham VoorheEvS Wyckoff, Greenburgh, N. Y. 
Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 17, 1823. R. D. Clergy- 
man. N. B. Sem., 1845. A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). Died, Oct. 17, 
1852. 



*JonN Arthur, Jr., Turks Island. 

Born on Turks Island. Bahamas, Mch. 22, 1823. Lawyer. 
Queen's Advocate and Justice of tlie Supreme Court, Turks and 
Calcos Islands. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). Died, Nov. 19, 1882. 

♦William Blackwell, New York City. 

Entered Univ. of N. Y. Died, 1841. , 

♦Edward Brenton Boggs, Newark, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 7, 1821. Episc. clergyman. 

General Theological Seminary, 1844. D.D. (Rutgers, 1866). 

Died, May 8, 1895. 

♦Edwin Smith Browe, Litchfield, Pa. 

Born at Belleville, N. J., July 18, 1819. Baptist clergyman. 

Teacher. Died, April 5, 1902. 

♦William Edgar Conover, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, Aug. 21, 1814. Died, May 26, 1841. 
♦William Augustus Miller, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y.. Mch. 15, 1824. R. D. clergyman. N. B. 

Sem., 1845. Principal Albany Acad., 1853-56. A.B. (Union, 

1842). A.M. (Rutgers, 1845). D.D. (Rutgers, 1862). Died, 

Nov. 5. 1863. 
♦Charles Milne, Madison, N. J. 

Born at Aberdeen, Scotland, July 1, 1819. Presb. clergyman. 

N. B. Sem., 1842-43. Died, March 21, 1882. 
♦Alexander Ramsay Thompson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Bloomingdale, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1822. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Princeton Sem., 1845. Hymn writer. Chaplain Roosevelt Hos- 
pital, 1873-95. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1842). D.D. (Univ. N. Y., 
1866). Died. Feb. 7. 1895. 



1843. 
A.B. 

♦Sylvester W. Ayres, Plainfield, N. J. 

♦David Bishop, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1824. Merchant. Trustee, Rut- 
gers, 1860-76. A.M. (Rutgers, 1846). Died, April 12, 1876. 

♦John William Blauvelt, Piermont, N. Y. 

Merchant. A.M. (Rutgers,. 1846). Died, June 17, 1884. 

♦James Murphy Compton, Columbia, N. Y. 

Born in Philadelphia. Aug. 18, 1817. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1846. A.M. (Rutgers, 1846). Died, Dec. 12, 1891. 

♦Jacob C. Dutcher, Port Hope, Canada. 

Born at Tarrytown, N. Y.(?), Oct. 8, 1820. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1846. U. S. Consul at Port Hope, Canada, 1880-87. 

A.M. (Rutgers. 1846). Died, Nov. 27, 1888. 
♦Henry Wyckoff Jones, San Francisco, Cal. 

Physician and surgeon. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1847). Lost in 

steamship "(rolden City," on Pacific Ocean, 1862. 
♦John Van Vechten Lansing, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Lansingburgh, N. Y. Physician. M.D. Surgeon U. S. 

War Department and U. S. Pension Bureau. A.M. (Rutgers, 

1846). Died, 1880. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



1843-1844. 



Eng., Jan. 22, 1824. 
Died, May 22, 1896. 



BeUeville, N. 3. 
Manufacturer. A.M. 



Lawyer. A.M. 



New York City. 
(Rutgers, 1846). 



Montague, Mich. 

Presb. clergyman. N. B. 
■ - April 14, 1891. 

Somerville, N. J. 



R. D. clergyman. 
Died. 1851. 



Mottville, Mich. 
N. B. Sem., 



Nyack, N. Y. 
(Rutgers, 



♦Robert Agnew Law, 

Born in London, 

(Rutgers. 1846). 
♦Charles McKinstry, 

Born at Detroit, Mich., 1819. 

Died, June 23. 1855. 
♦Benjamin Franklin Murden, 

Born in New York City. Dec. 16. 1817. 

Sem., 1846. A.M. (Rutgers. 1846). Died, 

♦Jacob Vosseler Rockafellow, 

Born, 1^22. Died, Dec. 21, 1843. 
♦Safrenus Seebee^ Jr., 

Born at Sharon, N. Y., 1811. 

1846. A.M. (Rutgers, 1846). 

♦John C. T. Smidt, 

Born at Nyack, N. Y*., June 8, 1822. Lawyer. A.M. 
1846). Died, April 27, 1881. 

♦Abel T. Stewart, 

Bom at Somerville, N. J., Aug. 4, 1822. 
N. B. Sem.. 1846. A.M. (Rutgers, 1846). 
Died. May 24, 1878. 

♦Paul Duryea Van Oleef, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Millstone. N. J.. July 31. 1821. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1846. Stated Clerk Gen. Synod. 1871-86. Trustee, 
Rutgers, 1869-1902. A.M. (Rutgers, 1846). D.D. (Rutgers, 
1863). Died, Nov. 26, 1902. 

♦William Van Deursen, Allen town, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 10, 1824. Merchant. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1846). Died, Dec. 14. 1911. 

♦Charles Henry Van Wyck. Nebraska City, Neb. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., May 10, 1824. Lawyer. District 
Attorney of Sullivan county, N. Y\. 1850-58. Col. 56th Regt. N. 
Y. Vols. Brigadier Gen. Member of Congress. 1859-63. and 
1867-71. U. S. Senator, 1881-87. A.M. (Rutgers, 1846). 
Died, Oct. 24, 1895. 

♦Polhemus Van Wyck, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, 1823. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1848. A.M. (Rutgers, 1846). Died, May 17, 1882. 



Holland, Mich. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 
D.D. (Rutgers. 1873). 



♦John N. Holmes. 

Residence when a student, New Brunswick, N. J. 



1844. 
A.B. 

♦William Sickles Banta, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at Pascack, N. J., Dec. 12, 1824. Lawyer. Prosecutor of 
Pleas, Bergen Clounty, N. J., 1861-69. Law Judge, Bergen 
County, N. J., 1872-78. Associate Judge, Bergen County, N. J., 
1879-84. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). Died, May 7, 1900. 

♦John H. F. Bbinckerhoff, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Merchant.' A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). Died, 1857. 
♦Nathan Farnham Chapman, Saugerties, N. Y. 

Born at West Brook, Conn., Aug. 17. 1811. Clergyman, R. C. 

A. N. B. Sem.. 1846. Died, Feb. 27, 1893. 

♦Nathaniel Conklin, Madison, N. J. 

Born at Basking Ridge, N. J., Oct. 20. 1823. Clergyman, R. C. 
A. N. B Sem., 1847. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). Died, Aug. 17, 



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ALUMNI. 101 



♦CoBNELixjs Du Bois Eltinge, Raritan, 111. 

Born at Port Jervis, N. Y.(?) Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Senoi., 
1848. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). Died, March 29, 1885. 

♦Edward W. Griffith, Somerville, N. J. 

Bom, 1826. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). Died, Aug. 9, 1847. 

♦Jacob Rutsen Hardenbergh, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at New Paltz, N. Y., May 8, 1823. Lawyer. Member State 
Constitutional Convention, New York, 1867. New York State 
Senator, 1870-71. and re-elected for 1872-73. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1847). Died, April 29, 1872. 

♦Warren. Hardenbergh, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. #., Apr., 1827. Real estate broker. 
Lawyer. Sec. Trustees, Rutgers, 1849-59. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1847). Died, Jan. 4, 1897. 

♦James Ltjdlum Hasbrouck, Kingston, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). Died, Jan. 21, 1885. 

♦Henry Latimer Janeway, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Aug. 9, 1824. Manufacturer. Trustee, 
Rutgers, 1862-1909. A.M. (Rutgers. 1847). Died, Oct. 18, 1909. 

♦Walter H. Kimball, New York City. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). 

♦John Henry Manning, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 23, 1825. Clergyman, R. C. 
A. N. B. Sem., 1847. Trustee, Rutgers, 1863-78. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1847). D.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1864). Died, Oct. 25. 1878. 

♦Jacob V. B. Martense, Flatbush, N. Y. 

Born at Flatbush, N. Y., 1823. Farmer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). 
Died, Dec. 16, 1881. 

♦Edward Pye, Haverstraw, N. Y. 

Lawyer. Judge, Rockland County, N. Y., 1855-59. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1847). Raised 4i company of 95th N. Y. Vols., of which 
he was Capt., Oct., 1861 ; made Major in March, 1862 ; Lieut- 
Col. and Col. after battle of Gettysburg. In battles of Gaines- 
ville and Groveton, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg 
and Gettysburg — at this place his men captured more prisoners 
than their own number. In battles of Wilderness. Mortally 
wounded in battle of Cold Harbor, June 2, 1864. Died, June 
11. 1864. 

♦John Voorhees Schenck, Camden, N. J. 

Born at Six Mile Run, N. J., Nov. 17, 1824. Physician. Pres., 
N. J. State Med. Society. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). M.D. (Univ. 
Penn., 1847). Died, July 25, 1882. 

♦Charles Scott, Holland, Mich. 

Born at Little Britain, N. Y.. Dec. 18. 1822. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1851. Prof, of Chemistry and Natural 
Science, Hope Coll., 1866-92. Vice President, 1878-81. Pro- 
visional President, 1881-85. President. 1885-92. President, 
General Synod, R. C. A., 1875. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). D.D. 
(Univ. N. Y., 1875). Died, Oct. 31, 1893. 

♦James Alexander Scott, Richmond, Va. 

Merchant. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). Died, May 20, 1884. 

♦William B. Snyder, Guntour, India. 

Lutheran missionary. Hartwick Sem., 1849. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1847). Died. 1859. 

♦Richard Hollo way Steele, Detroit, Mich. 

Born at Watervliet. N. Y., Sept. 17. 1824. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1847. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). D.D. (Rutgers. 1867). 
Died, April 5, 1900. 

♦Benjamin Stephens, New York City. 

Born in New York City, June 12, 1828. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1847). Died. Feb. 1, 1907. 



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♦Ohables H. Stitt, Bayonne, N. J. 

Born at Bloom ingburgh, N. Y.(?), 1819. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1848. President, General Synod, 1869. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1847). D.D. (Rutgers, 1866). Died, April 19, 1881. 

*Jam£s Habvey Swift, South Amenia, N. Y. 

Born, 1824. Farmer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). Died, Sept. 27, 
1889. 

♦John Van Wagenen Veghte, Raritan, N. J. 

Born at Raritan, N. J., 1824. Farmer. President Somerset 
County Bank. County Collector. A.M. (Rutgers, 1847). Died, 
May 6, 1891. 

♦John Elias Whitehead, New York City. 

Born, 1825. Physician. Teacher. *N. B. Sem., 1844-45. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1847). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1864). Died, Feb. 22, 
1892. 



♦J. Singleton Dyson, Fulton, S. C. 

♦John Peabse Lansing, West Troy, N. Y. 

Born at Watervliet, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1822. Teacher. A.B. (Wil- 
liams, 1844). Died, March 10, 1896. 

♦Daniel Lord, Jordanville, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, Apr. 21, 1822. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1847. Physician in Chief, South Side Dispensary, 
Chicago, 111., 1873-78. A.B. (Univ. Penn., 1844). A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1847, and Univ.'Penn., 1847). M.D. (Chicago Med. Coll., 
1873). Died, Sept. 10, 1899. 

♦William S. Milledoler, New York City. 

Lawyer. 
♦Albert Abbot Moor, Penn Yan, N. Y. 

Born at Compton, Canada, Dec. 26, 1819. Lawyer. Editor. 

Commissioner ojC Loans, U. S. Deposit Fund, 1855-60. Died, 

Jan. 7, 1890. 
♦William G. Phillips. 

Residence when a student, Utica, N. Y. 
♦Andrew H. Robinson. 

Residence when a student. New York City. 
♦John Wilson Stout, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1825. Manufacturer. Died, Oct. 30, 1848. 
♦Joseph V. Varick, New York City. 

Born, Aug. 29, 1824. Merchant. Died, July 9, 1854. 



1845. 
A.B. 

♦Alpheus Dimmick Du Bois, New York City. 

Born in New York City, 1826. Principal N. Y. Grammar School, 
1849-1902. A.M. (Rutgers, 1848). Died, Dec. 13, 1903. 

♦Elias Dusenbebry, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 14, 1826. Lawyer. Supervisor of 
Eastchester, N. Y. A.M. (Rutgers, 1848). Died, Dec. 29, 1873. 

♦Peter Elmendorf, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in New Brunswick, N. J.(?) N. B. Sem., 1848-50. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1848). Died, April 2, 1851. 
♦Elias Abbot Fairchild, Flushing, N. Y. 

Born at Mendham, N. J.. 1825. Principal of Flushing Institute. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1848). Died, May 2, 1907. 



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ALUMNI. 103 



♦Benjamin D. Frost. St. Louis, Mo. 

Born at Way land. Mass., Aug. 10, 1830. Civil engineer. Resi- 
dent Graduate, Harvard, 1845-46. State Engineer of the Hoosac 

Tunnel. U. S. Engineer on Mississippi River, 1879-1880. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1848). Died, July 19, 1880. 
♦Thomas Lawrence Hasbrouck, Denver, Col. 

B^armer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1848). Died, Dec. 29. 1865. 
♦Samuel Fitz Randolph, New Brunswick, N. J. 

I^w student. Died, Aug. 28, 1845. 
♦John Wetherill Schenck, Claverack, N. Y. 

Born in New Jersey, 1825. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 

1849. A.M. (Rutgers, 1848). Died, Dec. 28, 1881. 
♦John Wesley Smith, Fairview, N. J. 

Manufacturer and farmer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1848). Died, March 

7. 1882. 
♦John Steele, East Greenbush, N. Y. 

Born at Somerville. N. J., Sept. 22, 1827. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1848. A.M. (Rutgers, 1848). D.D. (Rutgers, 1873). 

Died, Jan. 17, 1889. 
♦Joseph Paschal Strong, East Millstone, N. J. 

Born at Flatbush, N. Y., Nov. 12, 1826. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1850. A.M. (Rutgers, 1848).' Died, Dec. 8, 1890. 
♦Peter Stryker, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Fairfield. N. J.. Apr. 8, 1826. Clergyman. R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem.. 1848. President General Synod, 1895. Hymn 

writer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1848). D.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1860). 

Died, March 15, 1900. 
♦John Adams Todd, Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Born near Somerville. N. J., Nov. 22, 1822. Clergyman. R. C. 

A. N. B. Sem.. 1848. A.M. (Rutgers, 1848). D.D. (Rutgers, 

1868). Died, March 15, 1900. 

♦Isaac Van Wagoner, Paterson, N. J. 

Born, 1825. Lawyer. Surrogate, Passaic county, N. J., 1870-80. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1848). Died, May 5, 1884. 
♦Isaac Ogden Wyckoff, Washington, D. C. 

In Civil Service. A.M. (Rutgers, 1848). 



♦James C. Bennett, (?) Gravescnd, N. Y. 

Farmer. 
♦Gborge O. Hepburn. 

Shot in Mexican War. Residence when a student. New York 

City. 
♦Joseph L. Hepburn. 

Residence when a student, New York City. 
♦Bernard S. Schoonhoven. 

Residence when a student, Bushkill, Penn. At Rutgers, 1841-43. 
♦Krosen Ten Broeck Spader, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Readington, N. J.. Oct. 18, 1822. Manufacturer. 

Teacher. Superintendent of Public Schools, New Brunswick, 

N. J. IT. S. Revenue Collector. 1862-72. Died, Feb. 19. 1902. 

♦IcHABOD Prall STEPHENS, New York City. 

Born in New Y'ork City. Real estate broker. Died, Sept. 12, 

1886. 
♦James Tallmadge. 

Residence when a student. New York City. Probably the man 

who died at Rio Janiero on w^ay to California in 1849. 

♦William Hoffman Ten Eyck, Astoria, N. Y. 

Born at Schenectady, N. Y., May 19, 1818. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1848. Permanent Clerk General Synod, 1871-1007. 
D.D. (Rutgers, 1870). Died, April 25, 1908. 



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♦Isaac N. Whitehead, Morristown, N. J. 

Born at Washington Valley, N. J., Sept. 1, 1825. Farmer. 
Died, March 9, 1903. 



1846. 
A.B. 

♦Daniel Bookstaver, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Born at MontRomory. N. Y.. L828. Lawyer. Mayor of Syracuao. 

N. Y., 18G3-64. A.M. (Rutgers, 1849). Died, April 27. 1903. 
♦JoHx F. Bcrbage, Newark, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1849). Died, Aug. 2, 1853. 

♦Hugh Gaston Hedges, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., Feb., 1824. Theological student. 
N. B. Sem., 1846-48. Died, Sept. 15, 1848. 

♦Theodore Kent, Washington, D. C. 

Teacher. School Commissioner, 1860-63. IT. S. Official, Second 
Auditor's office, Treasury Department. A.M. (Rutgers, 1849). 
Died, Apr. 12, 1865. 

♦John Vandebveeb Mabtense, Flatbush, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1849). Died, Nov. 8, 1861. 

♦James Rodgers Romeyn, Keeseville, X. Y. 

Born at Nassau, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1825. Physician and surgeon. 

Manufacturer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1849). M.D. (Coll. P. and S.. 

1850). Died, Jan. 25. 1902. 

♦Theodore Bayard Romeyn, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at Six Mile Run. N. .!.(?), Oct. 22, 1827. Clergyman. 

R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1849. A.M. (Rutgers, 1849). D.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1868). Died, Aug. 29, 1885. 
♦Abchibald Sloat, California. 

Clergyman. A.M. (Rutgers, 1849). 
♦Benjamin Franklin Snydek, Creek Locks, N. Y. 

Born at Saugertics, N. Y., 1826. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 

Sem., 1849. A.M. (Rutgers, 1849). Died, April 14, 1889. 
♦Jacob H. Van Woert, I^wyersville, N. Y. 

Born at West Athens, N. Y., 1823. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 

Sem., 1849. A.M. (Rutgers, 1849). Died, Dec. 16. 1882. 

♦Isaac Wortendyke, ^ Wortendyke, N. J. 

Teacher, 1846-49. Lawyer. Surrogate of Bergen county, N. J.. 
1868-78. N. J. State Senator, 1881-83. A.M. (Rutgers, 1849). 
Died, Feb. 22, 1885. 



♦Stephen Berdan, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Reporter. 
♦Francis Erwin Cooper, Cooper's Plains, N. Y. 

Born at Cooper's Plains, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1820. Farmer. Lawyer. 

Died, Feb. 14, 1893. 
♦Ransom S. Haight, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Merchant. Burned to death. 
♦Augustus Hornbeck, Scotchtown, N. Y. 

♦Alexander Jackson. 

Residence when a student, Meadville, Pa. At Rutgers, 1845-46. 
♦John Strachan, Waterford, N. Y. 

Died at sea. 
♦Robert John Whitely, Paterson, N. J. 

Physician and surgeon. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1846). Died. 

April 7, 1879. 



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ALUMNI. 105 



♦Augustus Wiggin, Rye, N. Y. 

Bom In London, England. Importer. Died, Nov. 26, 1908. 



1847. 
A.B. 

♦David I. Bebdan, Paterson, N. J. 

Teacher. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, 1853. 

♦James Romeyn Berry, Rhinebeck, N. Y, 

Born at Hackensack, N. J., Mch. 8, 1827. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1850. President General Synod. 18S0. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1850). D.D. (Rutgers, 1867). Died, June 5, 1891. 

♦Benjamin Wood Croweli., (?)Hamatoii, Nev. 

Druggist. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). 

♦Cornelius Abram Cruser, Irvington, N. J. 

Bom near Harlingen, N. J.. Dec. 26, 1826. Real estate. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1850). Died, Mch. 4. 1913. 

♦Henry Dater, Hawthorne, N. J. 

Born at Ramsey, N. J., Feb. 5, 1827. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1850. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, Oct 19, 1899. 

♦Anson Du Bois, Athenia, N. J. 

Born at Catskill, N. Y., Aug. 29. 1821. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1850. Corresponding Sec. Board Domestic Missions, 
R. C. A., 1859-62. President General Synod, 1865. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1850). D.D. (Union, 1865). Died, May 1, 1903. 

♦John W. Ferdon, Piermont, N. Y. 

Born at Piermont, N. Y., Dec. 13. 1826. Lawyer. Member N. 
Y. Assembly, 1855. N. Y. State Senator, 1856-57. Member of 
Congress, 1879-81. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, Aug. 5, 1884. 

♦Isaac M. Fisher, Somerville, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, Aug., 1848. 

♦Watts Galusha, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at Preble, N. Y.(?) Student. N. B. Sem., 1847-49. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1850). Died, 1851. 

♦John Henry Goetschius, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at I^aterson, N. J., Feb. 25, 1831. City Engineer, Paterson, 
1853-72. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, Jan. 22, 1912. 

♦Eugene Augustus Hoffman, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Mch. 21, 1829. Episc. clergyman. 
Dean of the General Theological Seminary, 1879-1902. Pres. 
N. Y. Historical Society. Gen. Theol. Sem., 1851. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1850, and Harvard, 1851). D.D. (Rutgers, 1864). S.T.D. 
(Racine, 1882). Died, June 17, 1902. 

♦Benjamin Babe Leacock, St. Peters, Barbadoes, W. I. 

Born in Barbadoes, W. I., 1824. Reformed Episc. clergyman. 
Protestant Episc. Sem. of Virginia, 1851. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1850). D.D. (Rutgers, 1874). Died, March 10, 1896. 

♦Benjamin Cooper Lippincott, Port Ewen, N. Y. 

Born at Hoboken, N. J., Nov. 22, 1824. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1850. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, Jan. 29, 1899. 

♦Isaac Lawrence Pool, San Francisco, Cal. 

Born near New Brunswick, N. J., 1827. Merchant. Member, 
Vigilance Com. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, Apr. 25. 1891. 

♦Jacob Quick, West Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bom at Six Mile Run, N. J., May 17, 1826. Physician. A.M. 
(Rutgers. 1850). M.D. (Univ. Penn., 1851). Surgeon, 22d 
N. J. Infantry, 1862-65. Died, Nov. 20, 1909. 

♦Thomas Gibson Schriver, Florida, N. Y. 

Bom at Poughkeepsle, N. Y.(?) Teacher. N. B. Sem., 1848- 
49. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, July, 1884. 



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♦Samuel D. Scuddeb, Madras, India. 

Born in Ceylon, 1827. Theological student. N. B. Sem. 1847- 
49. Died, Nov. 14, 1849. 

♦George Henry Sharpe, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1828. Banker. Lawyer. Yale 
Law School, 1855. Captain 20th. Regt. N. Y. Vols., 1861. Col. 
120th N. Y. Vols., 1862. Staff, Major-Gen. Hooker, command- 
ing Army of Potomac, 1863. Staff, Major-Gen. Meade, same, 
1863-64. Staff, Lieut.-Gen. Grant, commanding Armies of the 
U. S., 1864-65. Brevet Brigadier-Gen., 1864, and Major-Gen., 
1865. U. S. Marshal for the Southern District of N. Y., 
1870-73. Surveyor of Customs. Port of N. Y., 1873-78. Mem- 
ber of N. Y. Assembly, 1879-83. Speaker of same, 1880-81. 
Trustee, Rutgers, 1879-1900. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, 
Jan. 13, 1900. 

♦B. R. WooDBRiDGE STRONG, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Clinton, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1827. Lawyer. President 
Judge Common Pleas, Middlesex county, N. J., 1874-79, 1896- 
1906. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died. Aug. 23 1907. 

♦Wesley Taylor, Port Ewen, N. Y. 

Born at Paterson, N. J. (?). Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1850. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, March 15, 1882. 

♦Henry Ferdinand Van Derveer, Somerville, N. J. 

Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 
1851). Surgeon, 5th N. J. Vols.; Assistant Surgeon, 1862; 
Surgeon, 1862-64, 2d Div. Hooker's 3d Corps, Army of the Poto- 
mac. In the battles of Williamsburg and around Richmond, 
Malvern Hill, Bristol Station, Second Bull Run, Fredericksburg, 
Chancel loTsville, Manassas Gap, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold 
Harbor, Petersburg. Mustered out with regiment on expira- 
tion of term of service, Sept. 9, 1864. Died, May 16, 1885. 

♦Henry Van Derveer Voorhees, Delaware Water Gap. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 19, 1826. Presb. clergy- 
man. N. B. Sem., 1850. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, Oct. 10, 
1897. 

♦Nathaniel Whitaker Voorhees, Clinton, N. J. 

Born at Mine Brook, N. J., June 29, 1829. Lawyer. Judge, 
Hunterdon county, N. J., 1873. Sec, N. J. Senate, 1875-76, 
1879. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). LL.B. (Princeton, 1852). Died, 
June 14, 1909. 

♦Charles Edward Whitehead, New York City. 

Bom at Hopewell, N. Y., July 4, 1827. Lawyer. Assistant 
District Attorney. President, N. Y., Penn. and Rock Island R. 
R. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Died, March 21, 1903. 

♦Isaac Newton Wyckoff, St. Louis, Mo. 

Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1850). Albany Medical College. 
Died, 1864. 



♦B. R. Ayars. 

Residence when a student, New Brunswick, N. J. 
♦George L. Lott, Rah way, N. J. 

♦G. Van Derveer Lott, New Brunswick, N. J. 

1848. 
A.B. 

♦James Elmendorf Bern art, Chester, N. Y. 

Bom at Millstone, N. J., Mch. 15, 1821. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1851. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). Died, Sept. 25, 1903. 

♦William Dey Buckelew, Coytesville, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 14, 1825. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1851. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). Died, Nov. 
15, 1893. 



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♦Calvin Case, Brodhead's Bridge, N. Y. 

Born at Danbuxy, Conn., Mch. 16, 1821. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1851. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). Died, Nov. 2, 1906. 

♦Moses Coddington, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Banker. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). Died, June 8, 1867. 
♦Ezra Warren Collier, Aiken, S. C. 

Born at Plymouth, Mass., Nov. 10, 1826. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem.. 1854. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). Died, Dec. 5, 1869. 

♦John Neville Hedges, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., May 14, 1829. Died, Aug. 15, 1848. 

♦John Nathaniel Jansen, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Marbletown, N. Y., Mch. 1, 1827. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1851. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). Died, Jan. 13, 1899. 

♦Giles Henry Mandeville, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Dec. 12, 1825. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem.. 1851. President of Hope College, 1879-81. Secre- 
tary Board of Education, R. C. A., 1884-1900. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1851). D.D. (Rutgers, 1870). LL.D. (Hope). Died, Nov. 8, 
1904. 

♦James Mulford, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Staatsburgh, N. Y., Mch. 26, 1826. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1851). Died, Nov. 24, 1861. 

♦John Brown Richmond, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., 1829. Physician. Special Agent 
and Adjuster, German Amer. Fire Ins Co. Trustee, Newark 
City Home, 1880-99. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). M.D. (Jefferson 
Medical College, 1852). Died, Mch. 12, 1911. 

♦Joseph Scudder, Upper Red Hook, N. Y. 

Born in Ceylon, July 14, 1826. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1851. Missionary to India, 1851-60. Secretary Amer- 
ican and IToreign Church Union, 1863-70. Chaplain in Union 
Army, 1861-63. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). M.D. D.D. (Union, 
1868). Died, Nor. 21, 1876. 

♦Adam Henry Van Vranken, Centreville, Mich. 

Bom at Princetown, N. Y.. Apr. 26, 1824. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1851. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). Died, Oct. 24, 1880. 

♦Thomas G. Whitehead, New York City. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). 
♦James Bergen Wilson, Bloomingburgh, N. Y. 

Bom near Somerville, N. J., 1824. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 

Sem., 1851. A.M. (Rutgers, 1851). Died. March 22, 1886. 



♦Frederick Augustus Bloomfieid, Metuchen, N. J. 

Merchant, New York City. Died, Oct. 2, 1863. 

♦Henry J. Clark. 

Residence when a student. New Brunswick, N. J. 

♦Eph. B. Clement. 

Residence when a student. Mobile, Ala. 

♦George F. Eadie. 

Residence when a student, Newark, N. J. At Rutgers, 1844-46. 

♦John Hatfield Frazee, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 28, 1829. Cong'l Clergy- 
man. N. B. Sem., 1859-60. Lawyer, 1852-58. Chaplain, 3d 
N. J. Cavalry, in 9th Army Corps, under Bumside and Sher- 
idan. Served from March 3, 1864, till Aug., 1865. In battles 
of Wilderness, Petersburg, Shenandoah Valley, Richmond. In 
all cavalry service of 1864-65, In Virginia. Judge Advocate in 
Custer's Division. Mustered out at the expiration of service. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). D.D. (Univ. of Tenn., 1890). Died, 
Sept. 29, 1907. 



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1848-1840. 



*HeRMAN J. G. GULDIN. 



♦ Residence when a student, New York City. At Rutgers, 
1844-46. 

♦Augustus A. Habdenbebgh, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 18, 1830. President, Hud- 
son County National Bank, 1878-89. Cashier of same, 1858-78. 
Member of N. J. Assembly, 1853. Member of Congress, 1875-79, 
1881-88. President, Northern R. R. of N. J., 1874. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1851). Died, Oct. 5, 1889. 

♦Jonathan Mabbett, New York City. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1824. Merchant. A.B. (Brown, 
1848). Died, March 7, 1901. 

♦Charles H. Reinemann. 

Residence when a student. New York City. 

1849. 
A.B. 

♦Henry Rutgers Baldwin, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Sept. 18, 1829. Physician and surgeon. 
Treasurer, N. J. State Medical Society, 1866-75. President of 
same, 1877. Trustee, Rutgers, 1884-1902. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1852.) M.D. (College P. and S., 1853). Certificate Interne, 
BellcTue Hospital, 1854. LL.D. (Rutgers, 1893). Died, Feb. 
4, 1902. 

♦Theodoric Romeyn Beck, Santa Rosa, Cal. 

Bom at Albany, N. Y., Apr. 19, 1830. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 
B. Sem., 1862. Acting Professor of Latin, Rutgers, 1859-60. 
Chaplain, 13th Regt. N. J. Volunteers, 1862-63. Professor of 
Ancient Languages, Hope, 1863-85. A.M. (Rutgers, 1852). 
D.D. (Rutgers, 1879). Died, May 22, 1896. 

♦James Spencer Cannon, Kansas City, Mo. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1852). 
Princeton Law School, 1852. President, Board of Public Works. 
Died, Oct. 2, 1910. 

♦Joseph Avery Collier, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Plymouth, Mass., Oct. 26, 1828. R. D. clergyman. N. 
B. Sem., 1852. A.M. (Rutgers, 1852). Died, Aug., 1864. 

♦John Gaston, Passaic, N. J. 

Bom at SomervIUe, N. J., Nov. 12, 1825. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1852. President, Board of Education, R. C. A., 
1880-1901. Trustee, Rutgers, 1876-1901. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1852). D.D. (Rutgers, 1872). Died, Dec. 1, 1901. 

♦WiLLARD Ellis Geer, Valatie, N. Y. 

Bom at Nassau, N. Y., Sept. 2, 1822. Merchant. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1852). Died, Jan. 6, 1910. 

♦John Howell Janeway, Governor's Island, N. Y. 

Born in Philadelphia, Aug. 12, 1829. Asst. Surgeon, U. S. 

Army, 1861. Served throughout Civil War. Brevetted twice 

for gallant and meritorious service. With Army of Potomac. 

Colonel. A.M. (Rutgers, 1852). M.D. (Univ. of Penn., 1853). 

Died, Apr. 14, 1911. 
♦George Bergh Pentz, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Sept., 1828. Lawyer. City Judge of 

Yonkers, 1884-88. A.M. (Rutgers, 1852). Died, June 27, 1899. 

♦Burr Baldwin Porter, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Montrose, Penn., Oct. 26, 1829. Lawyer. Aid to Omar 
Pasha. Colonel in Union Army. Served in French Army and 
killed, Dec. 10, 1870. A.M. (Rutgers, 1852). 

♦Isaac McBride See, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom in New York City, Feb. 13, 1829. Indeperfdent Presb. 

clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1852. A.M. (Rutgers, 1852). Died, 
Dec. 14, 1902. 



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♦John P. Vboom, Jersey City, N. J. 

Bom at Somervllle, N. J. Lawyer. Law reporter, Supreme 
Court, N. J., 1864. A.M. (Rutgers, 1852). Died. 1865. 

♦RiCHABD Wynkoop, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at Yorktown, N. Y., June 29, 1829. Member N. Y. Bar. 
Genealogical work. Chief Clerk, Navigation Dlv. N. Y. Custom 
House, 1864-73. Deputy Collector, 1873-85. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1852). Died, Oct. 24, 1913. 

♦Edwin Bbown Young, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J. Physician. Second Ass't Sur- 
geon, 11 Regt., N. J. Vols., 1862-63. A.M. (Rutgers, 1852). 
Died, Dec. 14, 1891. 



♦Rodman Bbown, Fortress Monroe, Va. 

♦Thomas E. Olabk. 

Residence when a student. New Brunswick, N. J. 
♦HowABD CocKBUBN, Kingston, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.B. (Union. 1849). A.M. (Union, 1852). Died. Aug. 

23. 1882. 

♦James Deabin, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Bom at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1828. At Rutgers, 1845. 
Cashier, Flshkill Savings Institute. Died, Aug. 28, 1915. 

♦Albebt Habbison Hoyt, Plainfield, N. J. 

Writer on Genealogy. 
♦William Kitchell, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Physician. M.D. (Univ. N. Y.). State Geologist of N. J., 

1854-56. Died, Dec. 29, 1861. 

♦Chables Ray, Marion, N. Y. 

Bom at Calcutta, India, Mch. 18, 1829. Presb. clergyman. 
Princeton Sem., 1853. Teacher, 1859-62. Editor, 1876-80. 
A.B. (Union, 1849). A.M. (Union, 1852). Died, Feb. 23, 1906. 

♦William G. Ely See, Brookdale, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Sept. 20, 1825. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1853. Died, March 6, 1894. 

♦Peteb Vandebbilt Spadeb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 1, 1829. Donor of the 
Spader Library. Died, Aug. 4, 1890. 

♦Alfbed Ten Eyck. 

Residence when a student, Schodack, N. Y. At Rutgers, 

1846-47. 
♦Elisha Whittlesey, Effingham, 111. 

Born at Danbury, Conn., Mch. 13, 1829. Teacher. Clerk. 

First Lieutenant, U. S. A., 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). Died, 

■June 7, 1902. 



1850. 
A.B. 

♦Anthony Dey, New York City. 

Bom at Greenfield Hill, Conn., July 5, 1829. Merchant. Trus- 
tee, Rutgers, 1911-12. New Haven Law School, 1851-52. A.M. 
(Rutgers, ^853). Died, Oct. 11, 1912. 

♦Joachim Elmendobf, New York City. 

Bom at Rochester, Ulster county, N. Y., Mch. 26, 1827. Clergy- 
man, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1853. Trustee, Rutgers, 1869-1908. 
Trustee, Vassar, 1880-1908. President, General Synod, Ri C. A., 
1872. President, Board of Education, R. C. A., 1901-08. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1853). D.D. (Union, 1865). Died, July 19, 1908. 



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1850. 



♦NicoLL Floyd, Moriches, N. Y. 

Born at Utica, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1831. Lawyer. U. S. Agent at 

Puerto Plata, Santo Domingo, 1879. A.M. (Rutgers, 1853). 

Died, Nov. 28, 1902. 
*J0HN Hess, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1830. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1853). Died, March 27, 1899. 
♦JuDSON Hawley Hopkins, Rye, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, Sept. 29, 1830. Presb. clergyman. 

Princeton Sem., 1853. A.M. (Rutgers, 1853). Died, July 11, 

1897. 
♦Nathan W. Jones, New York City. 

Born in Maine, about 1820. Clergyman. R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 

1853. A.M. (Rutgers, 1853). Died, 1876. 
♦Joseph Hagaman Kershow, Unadilla, Mich. 

Born at Harlingen, N. J., 1826. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 

Sem., 1853. A.M. (Rutgers, 1853). Died, Dec. 20, 1886. 

♦Richard Ludix)w Larremore, New York City. 

Born at Astoria. L. I., Sept. 6, 1830. Lawyer. Judge, Court 
of Common Pleas, N. Y. Cltv. 1870-91. President, Board of 
Education. N. Y. City, 1869-70. Member. Constitutional Con- 
vention, N. Y., 1861. A.M. (Rutgers, 1853). LL.D. (Univ. of 
N. Y., 1870). Died, Sept. 13, 1893. 

♦George Craig Ludlow, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Milford, N. J., Apr. 6, 1830. Lawyer. City Counsel 
for New Brunswick, and President of Board of Education. 
N. J. State Senator. 1877-79. President of the same, 1878. 
Governor of New Jersey, 1881-84. Member, Constitutional 
Commission, N. J., 1894. Justice Supreme Court, N. J., 1895- 
1900. Trustee, Rutgers, 1873-1900. A.M. (Rutgers, 1853). 
LL.D. (Rutgers, 1895). Died, Dec. 18, 1900. 

♦John Long McNair, High Falls, N. Y. 

Born at Churchville, Penn.. Jan. 31. 1824. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1853. A.M. (Rutgers, 1853). Died, June 20, 1904. 

♦Peter Warren Rousse, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 26, 1832. Editor "Eliza- 
beth Daily Journal," 1873-87. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1853). 
LL.B. (Yale, 1852). Died, May 2, 1887. 

♦Charles Isaac Shepard, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. 

Bom in New York City, Jan. 21, 1827. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1853. President General Synod. 1887. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1853). D.D. (Rutgers, 1891). Died, Oct 6, 1903. 

♦Edward F. Taylor, • Middletown, N. J. 

Born at Middletown, N. J., May 10, 1830. Physician. Surgeon, 
1st Regt. N. J. Vols., Civil War. A.M. (Rutgers, 1853). M.D. 
(Univ. Penn., 1853). Died, Dec. 10, 1909. 

♦Edward Payson Terhune, New York City. 
Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 22, 1830. Cong'l clergy- 
man. N. B. Sem., 1854. A.M. (Rutgers, 1853). D.D. (Rutgers, 
1869). Died, May 25, 1907. 

♦Duncan Phyfe Vail, New Market, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Dec. 15, 1829. Physician. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1853). M.D. (Vermont Med. Coll., 1853). Died, Feb. 27, 
1894. 

♦Henry Wiltse, Jr., Fishkill-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Born, 1832. Lawyer. Member, N. Y. Assembly, 1858. Capt. 
18th Regt. N. Y. Vols. A.M. (Rutgers, 1853). LL.B. (Albany 
Law School, 1856). Died, March 7, 1862. 



♦Stephen P. Barnard, Hudson, N. Y. 

Physician. Died, at Grand Rapids, Mich., May 18, 1875. 



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♦William Clark. 

Residence when a student. New Brunswick, N. J. 
♦Andrew Hageman, Raritan, 111. 

Born at Branchburg, N. J., 1825. Cabinetmaker and under- 
taker. Farmer. Justice of the peace. Died, May 12, 1898. 

♦Robert David Julien, Bordentown, N. J. 

Born at St. Thomas, D. W. I., 1823. Presb. clergyman. 
Teacher. N. B. Sem., 1852. Died, April 27, 1901. 

Charles Matihews, New York City. 

Born in New York City, May 19, 1832. At Rutgers 2 years. 
Lawyer. 

♦Courtland Van Wyck, Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Born at Fishkill Plains. N. Y.. Mch. 8. 1828. Lawyer. Served 
in U. S. Navy during Civil War. Died, Jan. 25, 1905. 



1851. 
A.B. 

♦William Henry Ackln, New York City. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 11, 1833. President, N. Y. 
Rubber Co. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). Died, Jan. 28, 1906. 

♦A. Staats Bonney, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1831. Architect and civil en- 
gineer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). Died, Jan. 24, 1892. 

♦George Clarence Churchiu., Utica, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). Trustee, Rutgers, 1883-88. 
Died, June 3, 1902. 

♦Frederick Cornell De Mund, New Utrecht, N. Y. 

•Physician and surgeon. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). MD. (Coll. P. 
and S., 1855). Died, Nov. 20, 1900. 

♦Oliver H. Hoffman, Lebanon, N. J. 

Born near Lebanon, N. J., Aug. 12, 1832. Superintendent pub- 
lic schools, Hunterdon county, N. J., 1882-88. Teacher, 1860- 
82. Civil engineer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). Died, Jan. 22, 
1894. 

Theodore Johnson Hoffman, Somerville, N. J. 

Lawyer. Private, Co. F., 8th Regt., N. J. Vols., 1864-65. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1854). 

♦William Irvin, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Oct. 28, 1833. Presb. clergyman. 
Tutor, Latin and Greek, Rutgers, 1852-54. Prof, Latin Lang, 
and Lit., Rutgers, 1854-59. Princeton Sem., 1861. Corr. Sec, 
Presb. Board Home Miss., 1887-93. Director, Princeton Sem., 
1876-1909. Trustee, Union, 1876-1909. Trustee, Renss. Poly. 
Inst., 1876-1909. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). D.D. (Coll. N. J., 
1873). Died, Feb. 22, 1909. 

♦Gilbert Lane, Minisink, N. J. 

Born at Readlngton, N. J., Nov. 29, 1828. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1854. Chaplain at Beverly Hospital, 1864-65. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). Died, April 27, 1896. 

♦John Wiltse Lee, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Montgomery, N. Y., June 10, 1833. Author. Editor. 
Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). Died, April 4, 1880. 

♦William Warren liEXSON, Allendale, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 18, 1830. Clergyman, 

R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1854. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). Died, Sept. 
22, 1893. 



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♦William Lounsbery, King:ston, N. Y. 

Bom at Stone Ridge, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1831. Lawyer. Member, 
N. Y. Afisembly, 1868. Mayor of Kingston, N. Y., 1877. Mem- 
ber of Congress, 1878-80. Staff officer, 20tli Regt., N. Y. Mil- 
itia, 1861. Discharged with regiment. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). 
Died, Nov. 8, 1905. 

*JOHN MtJLLEB, T'reeport, IH. 

Born at Kaeslltz, Saxe-Meiningen, Germany. June, 22, 1826. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. President, Pleasant Prairie Coll., 1894-97. 
N. B. Sem., 1854. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). Died, Oct. 23, 1910. 

♦Gaeret C. Schenck, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Franklin Park, N. J., Dec, 11, 1829. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1854). Died, Jan. 14, 1859. 

♦Chables Hamilton Skillman, Eaton ville, Ga. 

Born at Bound Binook, N. J., Nov. 30, 1833. Presb. clergyman. 
Princeton Sem., 1855. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). Died, April 19, 
1862. 

Enos Aybes Skillman, Washington, D. C. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 16, 1833. Clerk, U. S. 
War Dept. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). 

♦Aabon Longstbeet Stillweix, Bergen Neck, N. J. 

Born at Whitehouse, N. J., 1828. R. D. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 
1854. A.M. (Rutgers. 1854). Died, 1864. 

♦Nelson Stout, Six Mile Run, N. J. 

Born at Harllngen, N. J. Theological student. N. B. Sem., 
1851-54. Died, 1854. 

♦John Bodine Thompson, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Readlngton, N. J. Oct. 14, 1830. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
Professor Practical Theology. Presb. Theological Sem., San 
. Francisco. CaL, 1885-91. N. B. Sem.. 1858. Teacher, 1851-57. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1854). D.D. (Rutgers. 1870). Died, Sept. 4, 
1907. 



♦Joseph Goetschius, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Dec. 11, 1832. Carpenter and builder. 

Pied, Sept. 11. 1910. 
♦Charles Frederick Hoffman, New York City. 

Born about 1831. Episc. clergyman. Trinity Coll. Class of 

1854. General Theological Sem. Vice Chancellor. Hobart CoU. 

D.D. (Rutgers. 1881). Died, March 4. 1897. 

♦William Stevens Karr, Hartford, Conn. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 9, 1829. Cong'l clergyman. Pro- 
fessor of Systematic Theology, Hartford Theological Sem., 1875- 
88. A.B. (Amherst, 1851). Union Sem, 1854. D.D. (Am- 
herst, 1876). Died, March 4, 1888. 

♦Samuel D. Morris, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Monmouth county. N. J., Feb. 23, 1823. Lawyer. 
Judge, Kings county, 1855-59. Dist. Attorney, 1862-72. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1901). Died. Oct. 31. 1909. 

♦Theodore Frelinghuysen Vail, New York City. 

Bom at New Brunswick. N. J., Nov. 10. 1833. Merchant. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1855). Died. July 16, 1903. 



1852. 
A.B. 

♦Edward Webster Appleton, Ashbourne, Pa. 

Born near Bedford Springs, Penn., Mch. 30, 1834. Episc. 
clergyman. Theological Sem., Fairfax county. Va., 1857. Dean 
of the Norrlstown Convocation, 1885-99. A.M. (Rutgers, 1855). 
D.D. (Rutgers, 1873). Died, April 15, 1901. 



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♦Samuel Ethebington Appleton, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born near Bedford Springs, Penn., Mch. 30, 1834. Episc. clergy- 
man. Virginia Theol. Sem.. 1857. A.M. (Rutgers, 1855). D.D. 
(Rutgers. 1876). Died, May 16, 1909. 

♦John A. De Baun, Fonda, N. Y. 

Born at New City, N. Y., Mch. 6, 1833. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem.. 1855. President General Synod. R. C. A., 1880. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1855). D.D. (Union, 1877). Died, June 22, 
1900. 

♦Edward De Russy, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 17, 1831. Farmer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1855). Died, Jan. 20, 1901. 

♦Cornelius Esselstyn, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Gallatin, N. Y., Mch. 23, 1833. Lawyer. Trustee, Rut- 
gers, 1869-81. LL.B. (Albanv Law School. 1855). A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1855). Died, July 3, 1881. 

* Thomas Wilton Hill, Jamesburg, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1835. Cashier, First National 
Bank, 1870-91. A.M. (Rutgers. 1855). Died. Dec. 21. 1891. 

'^ James Romeyn Hoaqland, Bridgeton, N. J. 

Born near New Brunswick. N. J., Mch. 7, 1832. Lawyer. 
Captain, 24th N. J. Reg't. 1861. Prosecutor of the Pleas, Cum- 
berland county, N. J., 1865-89. Same, Cape May county, 1872- 
82. Law Judge, Cumberland county, 1889-99. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1855). Died. May 26, 1914. 
John Sansom Joralmon, Santa Monica, Cal. 

Born in New York City, Oct. 30. 1828. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Missionary to China, 1855-60. N. B. Sem., 1855. A.M. (Rut- 
gers. 1855). D.D. (Hope, 1909). 

♦Edward Petrie Livingston, Sioux Falls, S. D. 

Born at Johnstown. N. Y., Dec. 7, 1833. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., l855. A.M. (Rutgers, 1855). D.D. (Rutgers, 1880). 
Died. Sept. 8. 1885. 
Ezra F. Mundy, Ambler, Pa. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., July 20. 1833. Presb. clergyman. 
Author, "Nicholas Mundy and Descendants." Princeton Sem., 
1855. A.M. (Rutgers, 1855). 

♦Anson Foskett Munn, Coxsackie, N. Y. 

Born at Stockbridge, Mass., Jan. 16, 1828. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem.. 1856. Teacher. 1852-53. A.M. (Rutgers. 1855). 
Died. June 26. 1877. 

♦Robert Rose Nicholas, Westwood, N. J. 

Born at Geneva, N. Y.. Oct. 13, 1833. Lawyer. Farmer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1855). Died, March 29. 1908. 

♦Adrian V. S. Schenck, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Franklin Park, N. J., July 5, 1832. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1855). Died, Aug. 16, 1863. 

♦Joseph Ford Sutton, Orange, N. J. 

Born at Hardyston, N. J., July 15. 1827. Presb. clergyman. 
Union Sem.. 1857. Gen. Agent. U. S. Christian Commission, 
Dept. of Gulf, 1863. Chaplain, U. S. A., 1862. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1855). D.D. (Marysvllle. 1883). Died, May 30, 1912. 

♦John Frelinghuysen Talmage, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born near Somervllle. N. J.. Mch. 11. 1833. Physician. Con- 
nected with staff Brooklyn Homeopathic Hospital. M.D. (Univ. 
N. Y.. 1859). A.M. (Rutgers. 1855). Died. June 30, 1897. 

♦William Leupp Thomson. Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Somervllle. N. J., Apr. 14. 1833. Merchant. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1855). Died, Sept. 21, 1889. 

♦James Spencer Van Cleef, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at Athens, N. Y.. Aug. 1. 1831. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1855). Died. Dec. 19. 1901. 

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♦John Van Vleck, Wawarsing, N. Y. 

Born at Shawangunk, N. Y., July 16, 1828. R. D. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1855. Principal Academy, Holland, Mich., 1855-59. 
Same, Kingston, N. Y, 1859-62. A.M. (Rutgers, 1855). Died, 
March 15. 1865. 

♦Corneous Low Weixs, Flatbush, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 16, 1833. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. N. B. Sem.. 1855. President General Synod, 1903. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1855). D.D. (Rutgers, 1878). Died, Dec. 12, 
1904. 

♦Charles Hardenbergh Winfield, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born near Port Jervls, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1829. Lawyer. Author, 
"History Land Titles of New Jersey," and "History of Hudson 
County, N. J." N. J. State Senator, 1865-68. Prosecutor of the 
Pleas, Hudson county, N. J.. 1883-98. A.M. (Rutgers, 1855). 
Died, March 9, 1898. 



♦William Crooke Elmendorf, Millstone, N. J. 

Bom, Feb. 20, 1834. Died. April 18, 1850. 

♦John Adolphus von Romondt, St. Martin, W. I. 

Born at St. Martin, W. I., Aug. 19, 1831. Merchant. Nether- 
land Consul at St. Thomas. Died, Dec. 13, 1897. 

♦John George aon Romondt, St. Martin, W. I. 

Born at St. Martin, W. I., Feb. 16, 1833. T^awyer. Governor 
of the Island of Bonaire nine years. Died, March 10, 1896. 



1853. 
A.B. 

John Bog art, New York City. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Feb. 8. 1836. Consulting engineer. 
Civil engineer, U. S. Army, 1861-66. Chief engineer, Dept. 
Parks, Brooklyn, 1866-72. Same, New York. 1872-77. Delegate 
of U. S. Govt, to International Congress of Navigation, 1902, 
1905, 1908, etc. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). D.Sc. (Rutgers, 1912). 

♦James Foster Brewster, Summit, N. J. 

Born at Woodbrldge, N. J., May 23, 1831. Presb. clergyman. 
Princeton Sem., 1858. Teacher, 1853-55. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1856). Died, Aug. 10, 1897. 

♦Samuel Campbell, New York City. 

Merchant. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). Died, 1858. 

♦William James Cockburn, Kingston, N. Y. 

I>awyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). Entered as private 20th Regt., 
N. Y. Vols., April 23, 1861. Entered as non-commissioned 
officer, 120th Regt., N. Y. Vols., Aug. 22, 1862. Was promoted 
lieutenant for good conduct at battle of ChancellorsvIUe. 
Wounded twice in action, the second time mortally, at Gettys- 
bui-g, and died at Harrisburg, Pa., July 22, 1863. 

Henry Gansevoort Cooke, • New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Holmdel, N. J., Feb., 1833. Physician and surgeon. 

Surgeon, 29th N. J. Vols., 1862--63. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 

1857). A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). 
♦Ezra William Dean, New York City. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). 
♦John Ferguson Harris, Cherry Hill, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Oct. 13, 1828. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1856. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). Died, March 14, 

1898. 



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Baptist clergyman. 
Died, Dec. 2, 1888. 



♦Robert Smith Manning, Plainfield, N. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 9, 1830. Presb. clergyman. 
Corresponding Sec. Reform Club (Temperance) League of N. J. 
Princeton Sem.. 1856. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). Died, May 19, 
1891. 

♦JosiAH Mabkij:, Albany, N. 

Born at New Salem, N. Y., Apr. 26. 1829. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1857. A.M. (Rutgers. 1856). Died, Oct. 17, 1898. 

♦Ernest J. MiI.ler, Albany, N. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., 1837. Treasurer and Secretary Albany 
Card and Paper Co. Director Albany Ins. Co. Trustee, Rut- 
gers, 1885-96. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). LL.B. (Albany Law . 
School, 3 855). Died, Nov. 2, 1896. 

♦Samuel Crowe Moore, 

Born, Mch. 15, 1833. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). 
♦Alexander Scx>tt, 

Merchant. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). 
Denise H. Smock, 

Lawyer. Retired. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). 
♦Edward Willette Stephens, 

Merchant. A.M. (Rut/ers, 1856) 
♦David Thompson, 

Teacher. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). 
♦Charles Henry Voorhis, 

Born at Spring Valley, N. J., Mch. 13, 1833. 

Judge, Bergen county, N. J., 1868-69. Member of Congress, 

1879-81. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). Died, April 15, 1896. 

♦John Martin Wagner, Brooklyn, N: Y 

Born at Plonheim, Palatinate. Germany, July 8, 1826. Clergy- 
man, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1856. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). Died. 
Jan. 21, 1894. 

♦William Van Fleet Waldron, New Brunswick, N. J 

Born. Nov. 22, 1835. Physician and surgeon. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1856). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1858). Died, Nov. 6, 1861. 

♦John Wells, Jr.,. New Brunswick, N. J 

Born, 1834. Merchant. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). Died, June 7, 
1871. 

♦James Joseph Wiggins, Paterson, N. J 

Student of medicine. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). 

♦Jacob Snediker Wyckoff, Woodhaven, N. Y 

Born at New Lots, L. I., July 22, 1834. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1856. A.M. (Rutgers, 1856). Died. July 30, 1883. 



Spartansburgh, Pa. 
Ordained, 1865. 

New York City. 

Red Bank, N. J. 

New York City. 



Died, 1856. 



Died, Aug. 24, 



Bridgeton, N. 
1859. 

Jersey City, N. 
Lawyer. Law 



William H. Dix. 

Parmer. 
♦Theodore Hill Dod, Matanzas, Cuba. 

Architect. Farmer. Died, 1866. 
♦Benjamin Greene Minturn, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lieutenant and Acting Adjutant, 92d Regt., N. Y. Vols., during 

Civil War. Died at Fortress- Monroe, Feb. 4, 1864. 
♦John De Motte Smith, Trumansburgh, N. Y. 

Born at Lodi, N. Y.. Dec. 10, 1832. Lawyer. Colonel, 50th 

Regt, National Guard. A.B. (Hobart, 1853). A.M. (Hobart, 

1856). Died, Feb. 25, 1893. 



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1854. 
A.B. 

* James Stuart Aitkin, Trenton, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Jan. 27, 1834. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1857). Died, May 21, 1911. 

♦John Van Nest Baldwin, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Apr. 17, 1834. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1857). LL.B. (Albany Law School, 1857). Died at Wies- 
. baden, Germany, Aug. 26, 1874. 

♦Alexander Proudfit Irvin, New York City. 

Merchant. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). Died, Nov. 25. 1884. 

♦James Le Fevre, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at New Paltz, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1828. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1857. Trustee, Rutgers. 1888-1914. Secretary and 
Treasurer Alumni, N. B. Sem., 1887-1914. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1857). D.D. (Rutgers, 1893). Died, May 6, 1914. 

♦James Amory Moore, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Mch. 10, 1833. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1857). Died, May 4, 1903. 

♦William Lewis Moore, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Mch. 10, 1833. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Princeton Sem., 1857. A.M. (Rutgers. 1857). D.D. (Yale). 
Died, Feb. 14, 1905. 
Jacob Outwai-er Polhemus, Nyack, N. Y. 

Physician and surgeon. Retired. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1859). 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). 

♦William Westervelt Post, Jamestown, N. Y. 

Bom in New York City. Mch. 20, 1833. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1857). Died, April 5, 1880. 

♦Robert Ralston Proudfit, Morristown, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 4, 1836. Presb. clergyman. N. B. 
Sem.. 1857-59. Princeton Sem., 1859-60. Chaplain, U. S. A., 
1861-65. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). Died, Feb. 4, 1897. 

♦Charles Johnson Rutgers, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Nov. 13. 1835. Lawyer. In oflSce 
Clerk of Chancery, 1881-84. Judge District Court, New Bruns- 
wick, 1877. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). Died, May 4, 1888. 

♦Philip Johnston Ryall, Freehold, J^. J. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., June 28, 1836. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1857). Died, March 16, 1874. 

♦Theodore Ryerson, Bayonne, N. J. 

Born at Wayne. N. J., Nov. 27, 1831. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers. 
1857). Died, Oct. 17, 1912. 

♦Jacob Elmer Stout, Deans, N. J. 

Born at Old Bridge, N. J., Feb., 1832. Lawyer. Clerk, Mid- 
dlesex county, N. J., 1862-72. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). Died, 
May 25, 1894. 

♦John Howard Suydam, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 1, 1832. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
Author. N. B. Sem., 1857. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). D.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1883). Died, Oct. 16, 1908.* 

♦Henry Post Thompson, Readington, N. J. 

Born at Readington, N J., Nov. 30, 1831. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1857. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). Died. Oct. 22, 1891. 



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*JoiiN BuHNHAM Van Cleve, Scwickley, Pa. 

Teacher. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). Enlisted Orderly Sergt., 54th 
Penn. Vols., 6th Army Corps, Army of Potomac. Promoted 
Second Lieut., Jan. 24, 1862; First Lieut., Jan. 1, 1863. Bat- 
tles: Yorktown, Williamsburg, Fair Oaks, Malvern Hill, Chan- 
tilly, Antietam. Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gett3rsburg, Wil- 
derness, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Cherry Run. Honorably dis- 
charged, Aug. 26, 1864. Died, July 27, 1897. 

♦Louis Beyieb Van Dyck. EllicottvUle, N. Y. 

Born at Marbletown, N. Y., June 2, 1834. Episc. clergyman. 
General Theological Sem., 1861. Teacher of Latin and Greek, 
1854-58. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). D.D. (Hobart, 1889). Died, 
Jan. 7, 1908.. 

♦Abraham Van Nest, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Druggist. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). Died, 1865. 

♦Stephein Van Cobtlandt Van Rensselaer, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Belleville. N. J., Mch. 24, 1836. Lawyer. Member, 
X. J. Assembly, 1876-77. Sheriff of Essex county, N. J., 1878- 
81. Captain Co. A. 13th Regt., N. J. Vols. Commissioned 
Major, 3d Regt.. N. J. Cavalry, Dec. 28, 1863. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1857). Died, May 20, 1885. 

♦John Newton Vooruees, Flemington, N. J. 

Born at Round Valley, N. J., Mch. 4, 1835. Lawyer. Prose- 
cutor of the Pleas, Hunterdon county. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). 
Died, Jan. 9, 1897. 

♦LiAWREMCE Wr.iJ-S, New York City. 
Born in ^Middlesex county, N. J.. Aug. 16, 1836. President Man- 
hattan Storage and Warehouse Co. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). 
Died, May 31, 1911. 

*Ferdin.\nd Schenck Wilson, Millstone, N. J. 

Born, Feb. 11, 1834. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1857). Died, 
Aug. 19, 1871. 



♦John Clinton De Witt, Athens, N. Y. 

Born at Caxsackie. N. Y., Dec. 10, 1837. Lawyer. At Rutgers. 
1852-54. Removing to Akron, Ohio, in 1862. enlisted in Ohio 
regiment. Died, at Alexandria, Md., Military Hospital, Sept. 
3, 1862. 

Charles Goodyear Hubbard. 
At Rutgers, 1850-54. 
♦John Watts Kearny, New Orleans, La. 

Bom in New York CJity, Sept. 2. 1836. Merchant. At Rutgers, 
1850-54. Postmaster. N. O., 1902-03. Died, Dec. 25, 1903. 

♦Freeman Rawdon Myers, Englewood, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Mch. 2, 1834. Assist. Sec. Am. Bank 

Note Co. At Rutgers, 1851-54. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1854). 
Died, Sept. 28, 1909. 



1855. 
A.B. 

♦KouRTENNS Heyers Baird, MarlboFo, N. J. 

Farmer. A.M. (Rutgers. 1858). Died, Aug. 12, 1860. 
♦I^uis Frederick Baker, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom, June 21, 1834. Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, 

Sept. 5, 1864. 

♦Alfred Jotham Baldwin, Monticello, N. Y. 

Born, Mch. 31, 1836. Lawyer. Member N. Y. Assembly, 1866. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, Nov. 22, 1866. 



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♦Palmes Cook Cole, New York City. 

Born at Claverack, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1835. Physician. Surgeon, 
128th Regt., N. Y. Vols., 1862, 2d Dlv., 19th Army Corps, Gulf 
Dept. Quarantine Surgeon on Mississippi river, 1862-63. In 
siege of Port Hudson. Red river campaign, with Gen. Sheridan 
in Shenandoah Valley. Brigade Surgeon, 1863. Acting Chief 
Surgeon of Division, 1864. Honorably discharged. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1858). M.D. (Harvard, 1858). Died, July 3, 1906. 

♦WiLiJAM TiLLOTSON Enyabd, Ncw Brunswlck, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Aug. 19, 1833. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1858. A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, April 26, 1880. 

♦Milton Alanson Fowler, Poiighkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at Claverack, N. Y., Mch. 12. 1835. Lawyer. Surrogate, 
Dutchess county, 1868-72. Vice Pres., Dutchess Fire Ins. Co., 
1881-1911. LL.B. (Albany Law School, 1857). A.M. (Rutgers, 
1858). Died, Nov. 29, 1911. 

♦Abram Tunis Huff, Weston, N. J. 

Born near Neshanlc, N. J., June 23, 1836. Farmer. Member, 

N. J. Assembly, 1868. Surrogate, Somerset county, 1888-98. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, Aug. 7, 1907. 

♦Isaac Livingston Kip, Harlingen, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Mch. 10, 1835. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1861. Chaplain. 159th Regt., N. Y. Vols., 1862-63. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, Aug. 26, 1901. 

♦Cornelius La Tourette, Bedminster, N. J. 

Died, Oct. 8, 1855. 
♦Robert Ferine Lee, New York City. 

Born at Montgomery. N. Y., Apr. 30, 1835. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1858). Died, May 13, 1911. 
♦John Samuel Lott, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Flatbush, L. I., Feb. 7, 1833. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1858. A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, July 11, 1906. 
♦John C. Lowe, Pattersonville, N. Y. 

Born near SomervUle, N. J., about 1830. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1858. A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, July 29, 1890. 
♦Joseph Mayou, Monmouth, Kan. 

Born at Birmingham. Eng., Apr. 29. 1829. Episc. clergyman. 

N. B. Sem.. 1858. Missionary, R. C. A., In India, 1858-71. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1858). Died, Aug. 18, 1903. 
Hamilton Murray Peyton, Duluth, Minn. 

Born at Geneva, N. Y., Mch. 17, 1835. President, American 

Exchange National Bank. A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). 
Daniel Rapalje, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at New Lots, L. I., Apr. 20, 1836. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Without charge. Missionary to China, 1858-99. N. B. Sem., 

1858. A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). 
♦Jeremiah Searle, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Born at Coxsackie, N. Y., July 13, 1836. Presb. clergyman. 

N. B. Sem., 1858. A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). D.D. (Rutgers, 1907). 

Died, July 31. 1912. 
♦Henry Clay Shinn, Mount Holly, N. J. 

Born at Mount Holly. N. J., 1834. Journalist. I^awyer. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1858). Died, Dec. 26, 1901. 
♦James Henry Stone, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Rahway. N. J., 1834. Lawyer. Mayor of Rahway, 

N. J., 1864-66. New Jersey State Senator, 1872-75. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1858). Died, Sept. 26, 1886. 
*Thomas Hance Stout, South Orange, N, J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Jan. 10, 1838. Stock broker. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died. Dec. 25. 1900. 



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♦Augustus Fekdinand Todd, Dunellen, N. J. 

Born near SomervlUe, N. J., Feb. 11, 1826. Clergyman, U. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1858. A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, July 8, 1907. 

♦William Conselyea Traphagen, Nyack, N. Y. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Nov. 29, 1837. Lawyer. N. Y. State 
Senator, 1886. A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, Oct. 26, 1894. 

♦William Henby Traphagen, Preakness, N. J. 

Farmer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, Feb. 15, 1804. 

♦Martin Wyckoff, Asbury, N. J. 

Born at Readington, N. J., Oct. 18, 1834. Lawyer. Captain 
and Inspector on staff of Brig. Gen. Paul, 1863. State Senator, 
1888-90. A.M. (Rutgers. 1858). LL.D. (Nashville Law 
School). Died, Apr. 15, 1914. 



♦Cornelius Van Wyck Bevier, Glenham, N. Y. 

Born at Shawangunk, N. Y., Apr. 19, 1833. Lawyer. A.M. At 

Rutgers, 1851-55. Died, Sept. 28, 1889. 
♦William Henry Bigelow, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1851-55. 
♦Robert H. Cogley, (?) Havana, Cuba. 

At Rutgers, 1851-55. 
♦William Frederick Fenn, Prattsville, N. Y. 

Born at Prattsville, N. Y., 1834. Fire Insurance agent. At 

Rutgers, 1852-55. Postmaster. Died, Sept. 3, 1891. 

♦Morris Julius Franklin, New York City. 

At Rutgers, 1851-55. Physician. Editor. 1859-60. Surgeon 

in Union Army, 1861-65. A.B. (Union, 1855). A.M. (Union, 

1871). M.D. (Univ. of N. Y., 1858). 
♦James Schureman Nevius, Jr., Trenton, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1851-55. Resident engineer, Camden and Amboy 

railroad. Died, 1870. 

♦Benjamin Sears, Six Mile Run, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1852-55. Farmer. Died, 1869. 

♦Thomas Pherris Stout, Freehold, N. J. 

Born, Dec. 7, 1837. At Rutgers, 1853-55. Editor. Capt., 

15th Regt., N. J. Vols. A.M. (Rutgers, 1858). Died, June 15, 

1864. 

t). C. VON Romondt. 

Residence when a student, St. Martins, W. I. At Rutgers, 
1852-55. 

♦Simon B. Wyckoff, Kansas City, Mo. 

Bom at Middlebush, N. J., Mch. 4, 1833. At Rutgers. 1851-55. 
In office Recorder of Deeds, Jackson county, Mo. Teacher. 
Died, Oct. 28, 1906. 



1856. 
A.B. 

♦George Van Nest Baldwin, New York City. 

Born in New York City. Jan. 23, 1838. Dawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1859). LL.B. (Columbia, 1860). Pres. University Club, 
1867-79. Died, Feb. 24, 1908. 

♦Daniel Runyon Boice, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom near New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 16, 1835. Lawyer. 
Served in Civil War, rising to rank of Colonel. U. S. Consul, 
Hamilton, Canada. LL.B. (Albany Law School, 1859). A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1859). Died, Jan. 2, 1911. 



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♦Moses P. Clark, South Amboy, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J. Merchant, 1856-61. Sergt. 9tli Regt., 
N. Y. Vols., 1861. Promoted same year to Second Lieut. In 
Feb., 1863, made First Lieut. In Feb., 1865, Captain. In bat- 
tles of Fair Oaks, Seven Days before Richmond, White Oak 
Swamp, Sulphur Springs, Malvern Hill, Chancellorsville. Gettys- 
burg, Wilderness, Spottslyvanla and Cedar Creek. Mustered 
out, 1865. Secretary, Committee of Seventy, New York City, 
1871. Chief clerk, office District Attorney, New York City, 
1873-81. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). Died, Jan. 3, 1881. 

*JonN Bellinger Dod, Remedios, Cuba. 

Physian and surgeon. Twice knighted and conferred the 
orders of Ysabel la Catollca, 1873, and Merito Militor Rojo, 
1877, by Spanish Government, A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). M.D. 
(Med. Coll. of South Carolina, 1859). Died. April 28, 1888. 

*WiLLLA.M Rankin Duryee, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. .T., Apr. 10. 1838. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1861. Trustee, Rutgers, 1878-91. Prof. Ethics, 
Evidences of Christianity and the English Bible, Rutgers. 
1891-97. Pres. Gen. Synod, 1883. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). D.D. 
(Rutgers, 1876). Died, Jan. 20, 1897. 

* Herman Vedder Esselstyn, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Johnstown, N. Y., July 27, 1836. Lawyer. U. S. 
Internal Revenue Assessor, 1866-70. Surrogate of Columbia 
county, N. Y.. 1872-78. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). LL.B. (Albany 
Law School, 1859). Died, July 3, 1899. 

♦Jeremiah De Put Field. Pluckemin, N. J, 

Born at North Branch, N. J., May 1. 1833. Lawyer. Farmer. 

A.M. (Rutgers. 1859). Died, Dec. 17, 1906. 
♦Maurice Gustave Hansen, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Amsterdam, Holland. Dec. 13, 1835. Clergyman. R. 

C. A. Writer. N. B. Sem., 1859. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). D.D. 

Died. Aug. 27, 1904. 
♦JosiAH Jansen, New Concord, N. Y. 

Born in Ulster county. N. Y.. 1835. R. D. clergyman. N. B. 

Sem., 1859. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). Died, 1864. 
♦Nathaniel Cogswejx Kinney, New York City. 

Born at New Brighton, N. Y.. 1836. Lawyer. First Lieut., 

U. S. Infantry, 1861. Captain, 1862. Brevet Major and Lieut. 

Col. Ald-de-Camp to Gen. Rousseau. After the war accompanied 

his regiment West. Resigned. 1867. A.M. (Rutgers. 1859). 

LL.B. (Albany Law School, 1858). Died, May 11. 1881. 

♦Thomas Hazleton Rawson, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Peru. Mass.. May 31, 1835. Clerk Second Auditor's 
office. V. S. Treasury, 1863. Teacher. Assistant Editor. Ro- 
chester. N. Y.. "Democrat and American." A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). 
Died, June 17, 1902. 

♦Richard Van Dyke Reid, South River, N. J. 

Born at South River, N. J.. Sept. 30. 1833. Bookkeeper. 
Teacher. Town Clerk. Red Bank. 1884-86. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1859). Died, May 9, 1915. 

♦Silas D. Scudder, . Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Ceylon, ^ov. 6. 1833. Medical missionary to India, 
1860^73. N. B. Sem., 1859-60. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). M.D. 
Died, Dec. 25, 1877. 

♦William. Henry Stultz, Duluth, Minn. 

Born at No.rth Branch, N. J.(?) Teacher. Easton, 25 years. 
Superintendent of Schools. Chllllcothe. Mo. County Superintend- 
ent St. Tx)uls county, Minn. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). Died, Dec. 
22, 1911. 



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♦Chables Henby SuiTDAM, Congarec, S. C. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 23, 1837. Planter and 
physician. Acting Assistant Surgeon, Marcli 27, to Nov. 16, 
1862. Assistant Surgeon, 27th. Regt., N. J. Vols., March 18 to 
July 2, 1863. Assistant Surgeon 34th Regt. N. J. Vols., Oct. 
12, 1863, to July 9, 1864. Surgeon of same. July 10, 1864, 
to April 30, 1866. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). M.D. (Coll. P. and 
S., 1861). Died, Nov. 10, 1892. 

*B. Van Zandt, St. Louis, Mo. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). 

*JoHN Newton Voorhees, Middlebush, N. J. 

Born, 1829. Farmer. Teacher. Member, N. J. Assembly, 1878- 
80. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). Died, March 3, 1900. 



♦James Hebvey Ackerman, Plainfield, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1852-55. Lawyer. LLB. (Albany Law School). 
Died, Sep,t. 4, 1885. 

♦Alanson F. Aybes, Ovid, N. Y. 

Born, 1834. At Rutgers, 1853-55. Died, Feb. 13, 1892. 

♦Sidney S. Beck, Chili, S. A. 

At Rutgers, 1852-55. Merchant. Died, 1885. 

♦Geobge Washington Kniskebn, North Blenheim, N. Y. 

Born at Blenheim, N. Y., June 20, 1830. Died, 1853 or 1854. 

♦Alexandeb McKelvey, Boonton, N. J. 

Born near Belfast, Ireland, Nov. 28, 1827. At Rutgers, 1853-55. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1858. Rector, Rutgers Col- 
lege Grammar Sohool, 1866-67. A.M. (Rutgers, 1859). Died, 
Oct. 19, 1908. 

♦Jacob Simmons Mosheb, Albany, N. Y. 

Bom at Coeymans, N. Y., Mch. 19, 1834, Physician. Surgeon, 
U. S. Army. Surgeon-General of N. Y. State. At Rutgers, 
1853-56. Deputy Health Officer, Port of N. Y., 1870^76. Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry and Medical Jurisprudence. Albany Medical 
College, 1864-70. Professor of Pathology, Practice, Clinical 
Medicine and Hygiene in same. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). Ph.D. 
(Rutgers, 1877). M.D. (Albany Medical Coll., 1863). Died, 
Aug. 13, 1883. 

♦Alvin Ostrom, Kohala, Hawaiian Islands. 

Born at Rhinebeck, N. Y., Jan. 10, 1831. At Rutgers, 1853-55. 
Cong'l clergyman, N. B. Sem.. 1858. Missionary R. C. A. to 
Chhia, 1858-64. Missionary. Hawaiian Islands, 1866-98. Died, 
Feb. 27, 1898. 

Archibald Cbaig Rhoades, New York City. 

Retired Medical Director, U. S. Navy Dept. M.D. 
♦John Geobge Ryebson, Boonton, N. J. 

Born at Wayne, N. J., Feb. 17, 1833. At Rutgers, 1852-55. 

Physician and surgeon. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1856). A.M. (Univ. 

N. Y., 1859). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1860). Died, Feb. 10, 1916. 
♦GiLBEBT Sutphen Van Pelt, New York City. 

Bom in New York City, Feb. 13, 1837. At Rutgers, 1853-55. 

Lawyer. Williams. 1854-56. Died, Sept. 11, 1906. 

Cobnelius Stephen Van Rtpeb, Pasadena, Cal. 

Born in Bergen county. N. J., Nov. 22. 1837. At Rutgers, two 
years. Physician. Coll. P. and S., 1859. 

♦Otis A. Whitehead, New York City. 

At Rtitgers, 1852-55. Major, U. S. Vols. Killed In Tennessee, 

1863. 
♦N. Wyckoff, Holmdel, N. J. 

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1857. 
A.B. 

James Hamilton Ballagh, Yokohama, Japan. 

Born at Odel's Lake, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1832. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Missionary to Japan, 1861- . N. B. Sem., 1860. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1860). D.D. (Rutgers, 1906). 
♦Philip Bebrt, Danville, Pa. 

Born at Hackensack, N. J., Feb. 16, 1837. Baptist clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1860. Missionary to Syria, 1863-65. Ass't Editor 
"National Baptist," 1878-83. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Died, Aug. 
23. 1889. 

♦Peres Bonney Bonxey, Lake View, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., June 18, 1838. Presb. clergyman. 

N. B. Sem., 1861. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Died. May 29, 1877. 
♦Isaac Collier, Battle Creek, Mich. 

Born at Athens, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1830. Cong'l clergyman. N. B. 

Sem., 1860. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Died, Feb. 17, 1914. 

♦Albert Voorhees Gulick. Kilbourn, Wis. 

Born at Grlggstown, N. J., July 30. 1830. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1860. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Died, Sept. 27, 1912. 

♦James Cleland Hamilton, Toronto, Canada. 

Born at Belfast, Ireland, May 21, 1836. Lawyer. Author. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1860 and Victoria Coll., Coburg, 1860). LL.B. (Tor- 
onto Univ., 1866). Died, Feb. 2, 1907. 

♦William Wilberforce Hamilton, Bellingham, Wash. 

Born at Belfast, Ireland, Aug. 24, 1838. Lawyer. Attorney, 
Jackson county, Minn., 1877-78. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860 and 
Coll. of Upper Canada, 1861). Scholar in Arts (Univ. Toronto, 
1860). In Law (1861). Died, Oct. 28, 1909. 

♦Charles Morgan Herbert, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Herbertsville, N. J., Feb. 14, 1838. Lawyer. Private 
and Military Secretary to Gov. Olden, of N. J., 1860-64. Dis- 
trict Attorney of Middlesex county, N. J., 1867-71. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1860). Died, Dec. 5, 1871. 

♦John Biddle Herbert, Old Bridge, N. J. 

Born at Old Bridge, N. J., Dec. 4, 1837. Real estate and mining. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Died, April 30, 1908. 

♦John Hopper, Hackensack, N.. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Died, Aug. 31, 1901. 
♦Edward Miller, Livingston, N. Y. 

Born at Germantown, N. Y„ Dec. 27, 1829. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1860. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Died, April 10, 1915. 

♦George Hewson Peeke, Sandusky, Ohio. 

Born at Rotterdam, N. Y.. Mch. 18. 1833. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1860. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Died, Dec. 28. 1915. 

♦De Witt Ten Broeck Reiley, New York City. 

Born at Hurley, N. Y., 1837. Clergyman, R. C. A. Licensed, 
1866. Acting Professor of Latin. 1860-61. Professor of I^tin 
Language and Literature, Rutgers, 1861-65. Librarian, Rutgers, 
1863-71. Rector of Rutgers Grammar School, 1868-74, and 
1876-83. U. S. Consul at Athens, Greece, 1884-85. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1860). Died, Aug. 6, 1900. 

*JAMES WiLLARD ScHERMERHORN, New York City. 

Publisher. Manufacturer of school furniture, and manager of 
school agency, 1859-85. Trustee, Rutgers, 1871-85. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1860). Died. June 1. 1885. 



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♦John Scuddeb, Vellore, India. 

Born at Chavagacherry, Ceylon, Oct. 29, 1835. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Missionary to India, 1861-1900. Vice Pres. Gen. Synod, 
1897. N. B. Sem., 1860. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). M.D. (Long 
Island College Hospital, 1860). D.D. (Rutgers, 1896). Died, 
May 23, 1900. 

Benjamin Chandleb Seaks, Blooming Grove, N. Y. 

Born at Blooming Grove, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1836. Farmer. Superin- 
tendent Rutgers College Farm, 1888-93. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). 

♦Herbert Stout, * Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Old Bridge, N. J., Dec. 3, 1837. Lawyer. Prosecutor, 
Hudson county, 1869-71. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). LL.B. (Al- 
bany Law School, 1860). Died, Feb. 23, 1895. 

♦Theodore Strong, Jr., Belle Plain, Va. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 5, 1838. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1860). First Lieut. 13th Regt. N. J. Vols. Died, 
in service, Feb. 24, 1863. 

♦Thomas Adbiance Talmage, New York City. 

Born in New York City, July, 1837. R. D. clergyman. N. B. 
Sem., 1860. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Died, July, lS61. 

♦Abbaham Thompson, New York City. 

Born at Readington, N. J., 1833. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1861. Teacher, Academy, Holland, Mich., 1857-58. Rector 
Rutgers College Grammar School, 1874-76. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1860). Died, Sept. 18, 1886. 

♦John Jebemiah Van Rensselaeb, Blair, N. J. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1836. Physician. Surgeon 
(rank Major), U. S. Vols., 1861-65. M.D. (Albany Med. Coll., 
1859). A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Died. June 18. 1911. 

♦John E. Watkins, Goshen, N. Y. 

Born at Hamptonburgh, N. Y., 1828. R. D. clergyman. N. B. 
Sem., 1860. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Sailed as missionary to 
China in ship "Edwin Forrest," Aug., 1860, and never heard of 
afterwards. 



♦Joseph R. Baldwin, Palatka, Fla. 

At Rutgers, 1853-57. Lawyer. Member, N. J. Assembly, 1867- 
68. Judge Court Common Pleas, Passaic county, N. J. Died, 
Jan. 26, 1888. 

♦John Stotthoff Beekman, Crescent City, Fla. 

Born at Middlebush, N. J., Oct. 19, 1833. At Rutgers, 1853-57. 

Eplsc. clergyman. Union Sem., 1857-58. Princeton Sem., 

1858-60. A.B. (Princeton. 1857). A.M. (Princeton, 1860). 

Died, July 11, 1901. 
♦James Geobge Johnson Campbell, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 4. 1838. At Rutgers, 1853-57. 

Lawyer. Farmer. Judge Court of Common Pleas. Mercer 

county.. N. J., 1868-72. University of N. Y., 1854-56. Died, 

Jan. 29, 1905. 
♦Alexandeb Taylob Goodwin, New York City. 

Born at Savannah, Ga., Aug. 9, 1837. At Rutgers, 1853-57. 

Lrfiwyer. Recorder City of Utica, N. Y., 1864-68. N. Y. State 

Senator, 1876-80. Mayor, Utica, 1890-92. A.M. (Rutgers, 

1860). Died, July 3, 1899. 

♦Joseph W. Mabtin, Rahway, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 1, 1838. At Rutgers, 1854-57. 
Merchant. Superintendent of State Reformatory, 1902-08. Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, later First Lieutenant, then Captain of 
•'Chapin's Battery" in the Union Army, 1861-65. Died, Nov. 
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♦Joseph Smith Van DrKE, Hightstown, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., Nov. 2, 1832. At Rutgers, 
1853-57. Presb. clergyman. A.B. (Princeton, 1857). Prince- 
ton Sem., 1861. A.M. (Princeton). D.D. (Princeton, 1884). 
Died, Nov. 1, 1915. 

♦John Woelfkin, Wilmington, Del. 

Born at Bremen. Germany, 1832. At Rutgers. 1853-57. 
Served in Civil War, 1861-65. Died In war, Jan. 15, 1865. 



1858. 
A.B. 

♦Augustus Blauvelt, (?) Binghamton, N. Y. 

Born at Farmer, N. Y., 1834. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1861. Missionary to China, 1862-64. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). 
D.D. (Rutgers, 1873). Died, April, 1900. 

♦William Thomson Bogebt, New York City. 

Merchant. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). Died, Sept. 26, 1892. 

♦Walter Cammann, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., Sept. 7, 1839. Banker. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1861). Died, Sept. 6, 1869. 

John Cubbie, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Albany Law School, 1860). A.M. (Rutgers, 
1861). 

♦Robebt Obmiston Cubbie, Jb., New Utrecht, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). Died, 1874. 

♦David Muleb De Witt, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Nov. 28, 1837. Lawyer. Dist. At- 
torney, Ulster county. 1863-69. Member Congress. 1873-75. 
Member, N. Y. Assembly. 1883. Surrogate, Ulster county, 1885. 
Writer on American History. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). Died, 
June 23, 1912. 

♦John Benjamin Dbuby, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Rhinebeck. N. Y., Aug. 15, 1838. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Editor, "Christian Intelligencer," 1887-1909. President. General 
Synod, 1886. Trustee. Rutsrers, 1887-1909. Vedder Lecturer. 
1883. N. B. Sem., 1861. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). D.D. (Rutgers, 
^880). Died, March 21, 1909. 

♦Cybus Bebvick Dub and, 'Newark, N. J. 

Born in New York City, July 27. 1835. Episc. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem,, 1861. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). Died, Aug. 14, 1904. 

♦Josephus De Yoe Kbum, Ottawa, Kan. 

Born at Hillsdale, N. Y., Mch. 10, 1833. Episc. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1861. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). D.D. (Hamilton, 
1874). Prof. English Lit. Collesre, Kansas, 1896. Acting Prof. 
Ethics and Christian Evid., Ottawa Univ., Kansas, 1903-12. 
Died, Aug. 8, 1912. 

♦Abbaham Mattice, Newark, N. J. 

Born in Schoharie county, N. Y., Aug. 16. 1822. Clergyman, 

R. C. A. Teacher. N. B. Sem., 1862. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). 
Died, Dec. 26, 1904. 

NoBMAN Leslie Pebby, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Hoboken. N. J., Sept. 4, 1838. Professor of Languages. 
Prof.. Trinity School. N. Y.. 1870-90. Principal, Academy, 
Riverhead, N. Y.. 1890-94. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). 

♦Alexandeb Pboudfit, Springfield, Ohio. 

Born in New York City. Apr. 15. 1839. Presb. clergyman. 
Princeton Sem., 1862. Hospital Chaplain, U. S. A.. 1862-65. 
A.M. (Rutgers. 1861). D.D. (Lafayette, 1887). Died, April 
2, 1897. 



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*David Axjsten Ryerson, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Pompton, N. J., Nov. 11, 1835. Lawyer. Captain, Com- 
pany C, 13tli Regt., N. J. Iniantry, 1862-64. Major, do.. 1864. 
Judge Advocate of Court-Martial and Military Commission. 
Brevet Lieut. Col. and Col. U. S. Vols., 1865. Lieut. Col. and 
Inspector on Staff, First Brigade, N. G. N. J. City Attorney, 
Newark, 1868-71. A.M. (Rutgers, 1860). Died, May 14, 1910. 

♦Mybon Winslow Smith, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Sept. 24, 1838. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1861). First Lieut, and Adjt. 1st Regt., U. S. Colored 
Troops, April, 1863. Acting Asst. Adjt. Gen. of 1st Briga.de, 
3d Dlv., 18th Army Corps. Shot and died, Oct. 5, 1864. 

♦RuFUS MILLSPAT7QH Stanbbough, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Montgomery, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1832. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1861. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). Died, June 21, 1905. 

Minor Swick, Flushing, N. Y. 

Born at Ovid, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1829. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 
B. Sem., 1861. A.M. (Rutgers. 1861). 

♦Jacob Van Der Meulen, Pella, Neb. 

Born at Middleharnis, Netherlands, May 1, 1834. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1861. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). D.D. 
(Hope). Die'l, Jan. 20, 1901. 

♦Christian Van Der Veen, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Born at Amsterdam, Netherlands, Nov. 15. 1838. Clergyman, 

R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1861. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). D.D. 

(Rutgers, 1889). Editor, "De Hope." Died, Oct. 17, 1896. 
♦William C. Van Dyke, Rocky Hill, N. J. 

Daniel Van Winkle, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Bergen, N. J., Oct. 3, 1839. Retired. Writer on local 

history. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). 
♦John Van Riper Vreeland, Cheyenne, Wyo. 

Born at Jersey CTity, N. J., Dec. 3, 1837. Stock raiser. A.M. 

(Rutgers. 1861). Died, Nov. 10, 1912. 

♦Peter Quick Wilson, Easton, N. Y. 

Born at Roycefield, N. J., Sept. 18, 1830. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem.. 1861. A.M. (Rutgers, 1861). Died, Feb. 26, 1902. 
♦Williamson Woods, New York City. 

Died, 1859. 

Thomas Corbett, Denver, Col. 

At Rutgers, 1854-58. Lawyer. ' A.B. (Union, 1858). 
Philip J. Hoedemaker, Amsterdam, Holland. 

At Rutgers, 1854r-58. Clergyman, National Refd. Church. Praf. 

Free Univ. Amsterdam. Retired. Dr. Theol. (Utrecht). A.M. 

(Kalamazoo, Mich.). 

John D. Hunt. 

Residence when a student. New Brunswick, N. J. At Rutgers, 
1854-55. 

♦Thomas Hawkins Lee, Spotswood, N. J. 

Born at Montgomery, N. Y.. Feb. 6, 1837. At Rutgers, 1856-58. 
Lawyer. In 21st and 33d Regts. N. J. Vols. Private, Aug., 
1862. Second Lieut. Aug., 1863. First Lieut., Sept., 1863. 
Capt., July, 1864. Died, Oct. 9, 1884. 

♦Henry Post, Ottawa, Kan. 

Bom in Hunterdon county, N. J., 1830. At Rutgers. 1856-58. 

Teacher. Merchant. Member Kansas Legislature. Died, Aug. 

12. 1899. 
*JoHN Lansing Servin, Warwick, N. Y. 

Born at Spring Valley, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1835. At Rutgers, 1854- 

58. Lawver. Editor "Warwick Advertiser." A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 

1858). 'LL.B. (Albany Law School, 1859). Died, Oct. 8, 

1881. 



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1858-1859. 



A. James Sexton. 

Residence when a student, New York City. At Rutgers, 1854-55. 

♦John Henry Statesib, Marlboro, N. J. 

Born at Marlboro, N. J., July 2, 1837. Died, Nov. 25, 1855. 

*Chables W. Sturdivant, New York City, 

At Rutgers. 1854-58. 
Philip Vboom. 

At Rutgers, 1854-56. 

♦Christian Thomson Williamson, Fairview, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1856-58. Liquidating Clerk, N. Y. Custom House, 
appointed. 1873. Private. 2d Regt. N. J. Vols.. April to Aug., 
1861 ; 1st N. Y. Lincoln Cav., Sept.. 1861-62. Corporal. Sergt., 
and Quartermaster Sergt. In battles : Mechanicsville, seven days' 
fight before Richmond, Antietam, Winchester, New Market, 
Piedmont, Lynchburg, Moorefield, around Winchester, Nineveh. 
Under Sheridan from Winchester to Richmond and Appdmattox. 
Wounded. Honorably discharged, July 7, 1865. Died, Nov. 7, 
1901. 

♦Horace Wickham, Danbury, Conn. 

At Rutgers, 1855-58. Died, 1861. 



1859. 
A.B. 

♦Gustavus Neilson Abeel, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Geneva, N. Y.. 1839. Lawyer. 2d Lieut. 1st Regt. of 
N. J. Vols., Oct. 7, 1862. 1st Lieut, same,* Aug. 1, 1863. 
Major, 34th Regt. N. J. Vols., Nov. 11. 1863. Brevet Lieut.- 
Colonel. July 24, 1867. Brevet Colonel. Aug. 30, 1867. On 
return from army made Ass't Adj't-Gen. N. J. Militia and Chief 
of Staff to Gen. Runyon, with rank of Colonel. In battles of 
Fredericksburg, ChancellorsviUe, Gettysburg, and in many others 
in the Western Army. Honorably discharged Jan. 19, 1865. 
Prosecutor of the Pleas, Essex county, N. .T., 1872-83. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1862). Died, Jan. 4, 1884. 

♦William Hart Bartles, Flemington, N. J. 

Bom at Flemington, N. J., June 23, 1838. Physician. Ass't 
Surgeon. Military Hospital, Portsmouth, R. I., 1865. Physician,* 
Penn Hospital for Insane, 1871-84. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). 
M.D. (Jefferson Med. Coll., 1862). Died, July 18, 1906. 

♦Henry Weller Bookstaver, New York City. 

Bom at Montgomery, N. Y., Sept. 15, 1834. Lawyer. Judge, 
Court of Common Pleas, N. Y. City, 1885-95. Judge, Supreme 
Court, N. Y., 1895-1900. Trustee, Rutgers, 1876-1907. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1862). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1888). Died, Sept, 21, 1907. 

♦John Rendlett Brock, Marysville, Tenn. 

Born at Newbury, Vt., 1831. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1862. Teacher, 1869-71. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). Died, Aug. 
7, 1872. 

♦Andrew Kirkpatrick Cogswell, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at East Windsor, Conn.. 1838. Lawyer. President Judge, 
Court of Common Pleas, Middlesex county, N. J., 1879-85. Pri- 
vate, 7th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 1861. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). LL.B. 
(Columbia Law School, 1863). Died, Feb. 13. 1887. 

♦Isaac Henry Collier, Oakfield, N. Y. 

Born at Athens, N. Y., 1834. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1862. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). Died, Feb. 19, 1881. 

Frederick F. Cornell. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). 



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♦William Cornell, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Lodi, N. Y., 1834. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1862. Teacher, 1868-76. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). D.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1875). Died, Sept. 11, 1876. 

♦Jonathan Dixon, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Liverpool, Eng., July 6, 1839. Lawyer. Corporation 
Counsel, Bergen, N. J., 1869-70. Counsel of Jersey City, 1871. 
Justice of Supreme Court of N. J., 1875-1906. Trustee, Rut- 
gers, 1886-1906. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). LL.D. (Rutgers, 
1878). Died, May 21, 1906. 

♦Theodobe ^andford Dck)LiTTLE, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Ovid. N. Y., Nov. 30, 1836. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 
B. Sem., 1862. Collegiate Church Professor of Rhetoric, Logic 
and Mental Philosophy, Rutgers, 1864-93. Vice President of 
the College, 1890-93. Acting President, 1890-91. Associate 
Editor of "Chrlfltian at Work,^' 1873-93. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). 
D.D. (Wesleyan Univ., 1872). LL.D. (Union, 1891). Died, 
April 19, 1893. 

♦John Gelston Floyd, New York City. 

Bom at Utica, N. Y., 1841. One of the publishers of the "Com- 
mercial and Financial Chronicle," New York City. Lawyer. 
Captain, U. S. A., in Civil War. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). Died, 
Nov. 27, 1903. 

Gilbert Smith Garretson, Stratford, Conn. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 21, 1839. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1862. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). 

♦Uriah deHart Guuck, ^ Vineland, N. J. 

Born at Grlggstown, N. J., Sept. 19, 1835. Cong'l clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1862. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). Died, Jan. 31, 1910. 

♦George William Hill, West Nyack, N. Y. 

Bom in New York City, Mch. 3, 1838. Assistant In the office of 
the "American Ephemeris," 1861-92. Lecturer on Celestial Me- 
chanics, Columbia. 1898-1901. Gold Medal, Royal Astronomical 
Soc., London, 1887. Damoiscan Prize, Paris Academy of 
Sciences, 1898. Copley Prize. President, American Mathe- 
matical Soc, 1894-96. Foreign Member. Royal Soc, London. 
Author, Math. Works. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). Ph.D. (Rutgers, 
1873). LL.D. (Columbia, 1894, Princeton, 1896, and Rutgers, 
1909). Sc.D. (Univ. Cambridge, England, 1892). Died, Apr. 
16, 1914. 

Jacob Jones Janeway, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Middlesex county, N. J., Mch. 15, 1840. Manufacturer 
of wall papers. Captain, 14th Regt., N. J. Vols., Aug. 25, 1862. 
Major, do., Sept. 19, 1864. Lieut. Col., do., Dec 13, 1864. 
Brevet Col., April 2, 1865. Mustered out, June 18, 1865. 

Silas Kinne, Penn Yan, N. Y. 

Bom at Ovid, N. Y., May 6, 1836. Lawyer. Banker. Retired, 
Albany Law School, 1860. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). 

♦John Martin Knapp, Ridgewood, N. J. 
Bom in New York City, Oct. 3", 1837. Lawyer. Surrogate, Ber- 
gen county, 1878-83. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). Died, Jan. 20, 
1908. 

John Percival Onderdonk, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 13, 1838. Retired. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1862). 

♦Alonzo Paige Peeke, East Millstone, N. J. 

Born at Rotterdam, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1835. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1862. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). Died, Aug. 20, 1900. 

♦John Kelly Rhinehart, Kiskatom, N. Y. 

Born at Bruynswick, N. Y., 1830. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1862. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862.) Died, Nov. 15, 1891. 

♦Samuel James Rogers, Minneapolis, Minn 

Born at Orford. N. H., Aug. 27, 1832. Cong'l clergyman. Sec. 
Minn. Cong'l Assoc, 1901-10. N. B. Sem., 1862. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1862). Died, May 3,' 1910. 



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♦Isaac Romaine, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., May 4, 1840. Lawyer. Member, 
Board of Education of Jersey City, 1880-85. Board of Finance, 
1883. N. J. Assembly, 1884. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). Died, 
June 22, 1901. 

♦Arad Joy Sebmng, Saugerties, N. Y. 

Born at Ovid, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1833. Clergyman, R. C. A. Pas- 
tor, Katsbaan, N. Y. Author of two volumes of poetry. N. B. 
Sem., 1862. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). Died, Aug. 11, 1916. 
Gideon Lee Stout, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 30, 1840. Broker. Pres., 
Merchants' Ins. Co., Newark, 1888. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). 

♦John Van Deb Meulen, Holland, Mich. 

Born at Middleharnls, South Holland, Aug. 8, 1838. Clergy- 
man, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1862. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). D.D. 
(Hope). Died, Nov. 15, 1908. 

♦John Howard Van Doben, Bath-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Princeton, N. J., Aug. 20, 1837. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1864. Missionary, R. C. A., to China, 1865-73. 
Private, 30th Regt., N. J. Vols., 3d Brigade, 1st Division, 1st 
Army Corps, Army of Potomac, 1862. In battle of Chancellors- 
ville. Honorably discharged, June 27, 1863. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1862). Died, June 9, 1898. 

♦Henry Martyn Voorhees, High Bridge, N. J. 

Bom at Wbitebouse, N* J., July 4, 1840. Clergyman, R. C. A.' 
N. B. Sem., 1863. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). Died, Nov. 20, 1895. 

William Henry Vredenburgh, Freehold, N. J. 

Bom at Freehold, N. J., Aug. 19, 1840. Lawyer. Judge of 
Court of Elrrors and Appeals, 1898- . Trustee, Rutgers, 
1902- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1907). 

Edward Laight Wells, Charleston, S. C. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 27, 1839. Lawyer. Retired. 
Writer on local History. In Army of Gen. Robert E. Lee. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1862). 

Richard Marvin Whitbeck, Hudson, N. Y. 

Clergyman, R. C. A. Retired. School Commissioner, Columbia 
county, N. Y., 1876-79. 

♦Frederick Frelinghuysen Wilson, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Roycefield, N. J., Aug. 18, 1831. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1862. A.M. (Rutgers, 1862). Died. Oct. 16, 1910. 



James H. Anderson, Brookline, Mass. 

At Rutgers, 1855-56. Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 

♦Clarence Linden Ayres, New York City. 

At Rutgers, 1855-59. 

♦Charles Calhoun Gordon, Las Vegas, New Mex. 

At Rutgers, 1855-59. Physician. M.D. (Long Island College 

.Hospital, 1860). 

♦Mathusalem Le Fevre, New Paltz, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1855-56. Druggist. Died, April 24, 1868. 

♦George Plum Molleson, New Yoik City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 14, 1840. At Rutgers, 
1855-59. Publishing. Served in Union Commissary Dept. dur- 
ing Civil War. Died, Dec. 31, 1889. 

♦Henry P. Staats, Toronto, Canada. 

Born at Franklin Park, N. J. At Rutgers, 1855-59. Rectifier. 
Died, Aug. 1. 1910. 

♦Abraham Suydam, New York City. 

At Rutgers, 1855-59. Lawyer. Tutor, 1860-61. Professor of 
Mathematics, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1861-62. A.B. 
(Columbia, 1860). A.M. (Columbia, 1863). Died, 1893. 



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1860. 
A.B. 

♦Isaac Porter Bailey, High Bridge, N. J. 

Born at Raritan, N. J., Feb. 3, 1840. Insurance agent. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1863). Died, June 12, 1910. 

♦William Hamilton Ballagh, Lyons, N. Y. 

Bom at Northport, U I.(?) Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem. 
1863. A.M. (Rutgers. 1863). Died, Jan. 2, 1892. 
John Walter Beardslee, Holland, Mich. 

Born at Ottawa, Ohio, Nov. 23, 1837. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Prof., Biblical Languages, Western Sem., 1888- Author of 

"The Bible Among the Nations ;" "Outlines of an Introduction 
to the Old Testament." A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). D.D. (Rutgers, 
1884). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1907); 

♦Alexander McClelland Bishop, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 5, 1840. Assistant Pay- 
master, U. S. Navy, 1862-65. Promoted to Paymaster, Nov. 22, 
1865. On steamships "Wyandotte," "Mendota," "Tonawanda," 
"Cyane." A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). Died, April 23, 1885. 

Francis Morton Bogardus, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Wynantskill, N. Y., Apr. 19, 1836. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1863. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). 

♦William Edward Bogardus, Brookdale, N. J. 

Born at Cohoes, N. Y., June 30, 1834. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1863. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). Died, Jan. 5, 1908. 
JosiAH Johnson Brown, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Aug. 29, 1839. Presb. clergyman. 
Union Sem., 1868. Served in U. S. Army, 1861-65, as private 
in 2d and 15th N. J. Vols. In battles of 2d Bull Run, 1st and 
2d Fredericksburgh, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Cold Harbor, Win- 
chester. Lawyer, 1883. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). 

♦Richard DeWitt, Flatbush, Ulster Co., N. Y. 

Bom at Hurley, N. Y., July 21, 1839. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1863. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). Died, Feb. 20, 1901. 

♦Charles Ridgely Goodwin, Baltimore, Md. 

Born at Savannah, Ga., Apr. 18, 1842. Lawyer. State Sen- 
ator, Maryland, 1888. Presidential Elector, 1892. Surveyor of 
Port Baltimore, 1894. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). LL. B. (Univ. of 
Md., 1879). Died, May 19, 1894. 

♦Andrew James Hageman, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Readington, N. J., Oct. 4, 1837. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1863. A.M. (Rutgers. 1863). Died, Dec. 3, 1912. 

♦Edward Gamaliel Janeway, New York City. 

Born in Middlesex county, N. J., Aug. 31, 1841. Physician. 
Prof. Physiology and Pathol. Anat. Univ. N. Y., 1871-72. Prof. 
Pathol. Anat. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1872-76. Prof. Histol. 
and Diseases of Nervous System and Clinical Med., 1876. Prof. 
Diseases of Mind and Nervous System, 1881-86. Prof. Medi- 
cine, 1886-92. Prof. Medicine, Univ. N. Y., 1892-1905. Dean, 
Medical School, do., 1898-1905. Health Commissioner, N. Y. 
Health Dept., 1875-87. Dean, Univ. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1864). A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). 
LL.D. (Rutgers, 1898). Died, Feb. 10, 1911. 

♦John Harmen Karsten, Holland, Mich. 

Born at Heerenveen, Netherlands, Feb. 16, 1833. Clergyman, 

R. C. A. Member editorial committee "De Hope." Member 

council, Hope College, 1871-84, 1891-1909. N. B. Sem., 186.'J. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). D.D. (Rutgers, 1898). Died, May 26, 

1914. 
♦George W. McNeel, Gulf Prairie, Tex. 

Born at EUerslie Plantation, Tex. Major, Confederate Army. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). Died, May 6, 1865. 

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1860. 



William S. Millspaugh. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). 

JosiAH Collins Pumpelly, New York City. 

Bom at Owego, N. Y., Aug. 16, 1839. Associate Editor. Law- 
yer. Author, "Our French Allies and Other Addresses." Writer 
on History and Genealogy. LL.B. (Columbia, 1863). A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1863). 

Abraham Messleb Quick, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at Somerrllle, N. J. Clergyman, R. C. A. Author, "Lyrics 
\ of Life." N. B. Sem., 1864. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). 

* J AMES Ross, Newark, N. J. 

Life insurance. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). Died, Aug. 3, 1904. 
♦William Abbowsmith Schomp, Bedminster, N. J. 

Born at Bedminster. N. J., Mch. 15, 1840. Lawyer. Member, 

N. J. Assembly, 1881-82. Clerk. Somerset county, N. J., 1885- 

90. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). Died, May 20. 1898. 

♦William Jones Skillman, East Elmhurst, N. Y. 

Born at Ten Mile Run, N. J., Apr. 19, 1835. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1863. A.M. (Rutgers. 1863). Died, Feb. 
23, 1914. 

♦William Remsen Taylob, Astoria, N. Y. 

Born at Middletown, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1840. Physician. Colonel, 
U. S. Army. A.M. (Rutgers. 1863). M.D. Died, Oct. 2, 1896. 

♦CoBNELius Vandebbilt, New York City. 

Born near New Brunswick, N. J., 1840. Bookkeeper, U. S. 

Rubber Co. Served in 6th Army Corps, 1861-64. Died, May 

28. 1898. 
♦DUPUYTBEN Vebmilye, Paramus, N. J. 

Born at Hopewell, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1833. Presb. clergyman. 

N. B. Sem.. 1863. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). Died. June 8, 1907. 
♦William Bbownlee Voobhees, Blawenburgh, N. J. 

Born at Readington, N. J., Mch. 10. 1838. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1863. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). Died, June 13, 1892. 
♦Youngs A. Williams, Norwich, Conn. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). 
♦David Abeel Williamson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born. 1840. Private, 7th Regiment, N. Y. Vols., June to Sep- 
tember, 1862. A.M. (Rutgers, 1863). Died, Sept. 27, 1862. 

♦Egbebt Winteb, Holland, Mich. 

Born at Zontkamp, Netherlands, Jan. 5, 1836. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1863. Professor Didactic and Polemic 
Theology.. Western Theological Sem., 1895-1904. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1863). D.D. (Heidelberg Univ. and Hope, 1890). Died, Dec. 
9. 1906. 



♦Samuel Ayebs, New York City. 

Born at Plainfleld, N. J., May 31, 1837. At Rutgers, 1859-60. 

Principal public school. Physician. M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1867). 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). Died, Dec. 23, 1910. 
♦Joseph I. Cobnell, Demarest, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1856-60. With United States Express Co. Died, 

May 9, 1876. 
♦Henby Habbis Davidson, North port, N. Y. 

Born at Lexington, Ky., Dec. 16. 1839. At Rutgers, 1856-60. 

Physician. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1862). M.D. (Med. Coll., City 

of N. Y., 1864). Died, Feb. 5, 1907. 
♦Jacob T. Field, Bayonne, N. J. 

Born at North Branch, N. J., Aug. 3, 1839. At Rutgers, 1856- 

60. Physician. Coll. P. and S. Died, Nov. 25, 1896. 



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Newark, N. J. 
At Rutgers, 1856-60. 



♦Edward Hill, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1841. 
Banker. Died, March 31, 1894. 

John Fbelinghtjysen Kennedy, Springtown, N. J. 

♦John Edward Lanning, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Lawrenceville, N. J., July 22, 1840. At Rutgers, 1858- 
59. Lawyer. Prosecutor of the Pleas, Monmouth county, N. J., 
1877-82. A.B. (Princeton, 1860). A.M. (Princeton, 1863). 
Died, May 9, 1916. 

♦James Ltell, ^ Newburgh, N. Y. 

Born at Newburgh, N. Y.(?) At Rutgers, 1856-60. Clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1863. Died, 1863. 

♦Hollo WAY W. Pierce, Madison, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1856-60. Teacher. Died. 1868. 
William H. Reybold. 



Residence when a student, Delaware City, Del 
1859-60. 



♦Helmas Romaine, 

At Rutgers, 1856-58. Died, Nov. 20, 1896. 
♦Cornelius G. Staats, 

At Rutgers, 1856-60. 
Henry Traphagen, 

Lawyer. Mayor, Jersey City, 1874-76. 
♦Henry Calvan Van Derveer, 

Born at Two Bridges, N. J„ Mch. 24, 1839. 



At Rutgers, 
Paterson, N. 
New Brunswick,* N. 



years. Farmer. A.M. (Rutgers). 
Theodore Williamson. 



Jersey City, N. J. 
A.B. (Brown, 1860). 

East Whitehouse, N. J. 
At Rutgers, two 



Died, Oct. 10, 1910. 



1861. 
A.B. 



* Louis Henri Bahler, 



Born at Amsterdam, Netherlands, Sept. 18, 



Schenectady, N. Y. 
1839. Presb. 



clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1867. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). Diedi 
Dec. 12, 1914. 

* Benjamin A. Bartholf, 

Born at Wyckoff, N. J 
N. B. Sem., 1864. A.M. 

♦George De Witt Bodine, 



Syracuse, N. Y. 
Nov. 1, 1835. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Died, Aug. 10. 1908. 

Lodi, N. Y. 

Born in Seneca county, N. Y., Aug. 20, 1836. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1864. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). Died, May 
3, 1880. 

♦John William Borst, Middleburgh, N. Y. 

Born at Middleburgh, N. Y.(?) Student. N. B. Sem., 1861-64. 
Died, May 3, 1864. 

♦DiRCK Broek, Grandville, Mich. 

Born in Netherlands, Feb. 5. 1835. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1864. Editor, "De Hope," 1895-1903. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1864). Died, Nov. 11, 1903. 

♦Richard De Gray, 

Born at Hawthorne, N. J., Aug. 22, 1840. 
gers, 1864). Died, July 2, 1909. 

Thomas Sproull Dusinberre, 

Born at Warwick. N. Y., Oct. 18, 1835. 
N. B. Sem., 1864. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). 

George Esselstyn, 

Born at Claverack, N. Y., Sept. 27, 1841. 
gers, 1864). 



Monmouth Beach, N. J. 
Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
Pine Plains, N. Y. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Rhinebeck, N. Y. 
Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 



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1861. 



Oliveb Eugene Gordon, Verona, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). 
♦Ernest IjOrd Kinney, New Tork City. 

Born on Staten Island, N. Y., 1841. Lawyer. Lieut. 54th N. Y. 
Vols., Ist Battery U. S. Artillery. Armv of the Potomac. Sec- 
ond Lieut. 1st U. S. Cavalry, June, 1865. First Lieut. U. S. 
Cavalry, July, 1865. Brevet Capt. and Major, U. S. A., for 
gallant and meritorious services. Resigned, Aug., 1866. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1864). Died. July 12, 1890. 

♦Frederick. Frelinghutsen Mercer, New Tork City. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Nov. 7, 1840. Lawyer. Connected with 
Equitable Life Assurance Society. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). Died, 
Feb. 16, 1913. 

♦William Perrine Messick, Philadelphia, Penn. 

Born in Philadelphia, June 5, 1840. Lawyer. First Assistant 
City Solicitor of Philadelphia. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). Died, 
Jan. 15, 1888. 

♦Andrew B. S. Moseley, Rome, Ga. 

Born at Montevallo, Ala., Oct. 19, 1843. Editor and publisher. 
Served through Civil War in Confederate Army, becoming Cap- 
tain. Ist Alabama Reg't. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). Died, Feb. 9, 
1912. 

Alfred Houghton Stubbs, Asheville, N. C. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 22, 1841. Episc. clergy- 
man. General Theological Sem., 1864. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). 

♦Isaac Stuart Taylor, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Bergen, N. J.., Dec. 14, 1841. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1864). Died, Nov. 12. 1906. 

Joseph Bnnalls Trippe, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Apr. 29, 1842. Broker. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1864). 

♦William B. Van Benschoten, Ephratah, N. Y. 

Born at Middletown, N. Y.(?), Apr. 15. 1835. Clergyman. R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1864. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). Died, June 
27. 1880. 

Thornton Van Vliet, Fishkill, N. Y. 

Merchant. N. B. Sem., 1861-62. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). 
♦Bronson Willett, Paris, France. 

Manufacturer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). Died, August 8, 1889. 
♦James Wyckoff, Leonia, N. J. 

Born at Lodi, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1839. Presb. clergyman. N. B. 

Sem., 1864. A.M. (Rutgers, 1864). Died, Jan. 3, 1905. 



♦Louis D. Beck, Roxbury, Conn. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J.. Mch. 13, 1844. At Rutgers, 
1859-60. Contractor. Died, Sept. 9, 1908. 

♦Joseph James Bonney, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J.(?), 1841. At Rutgers. 1857-60. 
Commission agent. Died, May 22, 1809. 

♦Trevonian Haiqht, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Colt's Neck, N. J., 1838. At Rutgers, 1857-61. Phy- 
sician. A.B. (Rutgers, 1864). Died, March, 1890. 
Robert Ainslee Johnson, Petersburg, Va. 

Manufacturer. Served in Civil War, resigning as 1st Lieut., 
1862. 

Charles R. King. 

Residence when a student. Romulusvllle, N. Y. At Rutgers, 
1857-60. 



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Edwin Yates Lansing, Salem, Oregon. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1841. At Rutgers, two years. 

Orchardist. Served in N. Y. Vols., 1862-65. Brevet Major, 
1865. 

S. R. B. Lord. ' 

♦Lawrence Osmer Morgan, South Amboy, N. J. 

Born at South Amboy, N. J., July 20, 1838. At Rutgers, 1858- 
60. Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1865). Died, April 26, 
1890. 

♦Jeptha Baldwin Munn, New York City. 

Born, 1840. At Rutgers, 1858-60. Merchant. Died, Aug. 18, 
1891. 

♦Charles Woodward Wilson, Two Rivers, Wis. 

Born at Ovid, N. Y., July 3, 1826. At Rutgers, 1858-60. Clergy- 
man, R. C. A. N. B. Sem.. 1863. Died. Jan. 21, 1877. 



1862. 
A.B. 

♦William Henry Anderson, Worcester, Mass. 

Born at Flatlands. L. T., Feb. 23, 1840. Clergyman and phy- 
sician. N. B. Sem., 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, Oct. 
28. 1887. 

♦William Henry Harrison Ayars, Chicago, 111. 

Born near Louisville, Ky., June 29, 1841. Appointed to Revenue 
Service, Feb., 1881. Lieut. Col. "Louisville Legion," 5th Ken- 
tucky Vols., 14th and 4th Army Corps, Army of the Cumberland, 
and in Hancock's Veteran Corps, 124th U. S. C. I. Battles: 
Rowlett's Station, Shiloh, Corinth, Green River, Perryville, 
Stone River, Shelbyville. Bell-Buckle, Chickamauga, Orchard 
Knob, Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge, Blain's C^ross Roads, 
Rocky Face Ridge, Dalton, Resaca, Dallas, Atlanta, Franklin, 
Nashville. Wounded five times. Entered private, July 4, 1861. 
Promoted Sergt., Sept. 20, 1861 ; Second Lieutenant. Jan. 1, 
1862 ; Capt, Feb. 22, 1863 ; Major, Nov. 18. 1863 ; Lieut. Col., 
Dec. 2, 1864. Honorably discharged. May 27, 1865. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1865). Died, March 31, 1906. 

♦Alfred Hamilton Brush, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Guilford, N. Y.. Oct. 10, 1841. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Pres. Board Domestic Missions, R. C. A., 1906. N. B. Sem., 

1865. A.M. (Rutgers. 1865). D.D. (Hope, 1897). Died, Apr. 

30. 1911. 
♦William W. Brush, Geneva, N. Y. 

Born at Guilford, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1843. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1866. A.M. (Rutgers. 1865). Died. March 21, 1878. 
•ALAN DiTCHFIELD CAMPBELL, Ncw BrunSWlCK, N. J. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1843. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 

Sem., 1868. D.D. (Hope). Died, Apr. 1, 1913. 
Treadwell Cleveland, New York City. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). 
Charles Tiebout Cowenhoven, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J. Lawyer. President Judge 

Court of Common Pleas, 1869-74. 1885-90. Prosecutor of the 

Pleas, Middlesex county, 1877-82. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). 

♦Peter De Free, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Born at Axel. Netherlands, Apr. 17, 1839. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Member, Council Hope College several terms. N. B. Sem., 
1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). D.D. (Hope, 1894). Died, Feb. 
3, 1915. 



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1802. 



♦William Henby Dill, Freeburg, Pa. 

Born at Warwick, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1841. Lawyer. Teacher. 
Superintendent of Public Instruction. Snyder county, Penn., 
1884-86. Major, 118th Regt., N. Y. Vols. Enlisted, Aug. 6th, 
1862, as Private, 124th Regt., N. Y. Vols. ; tranaf erred, June, 

1864, to 118th Regt., N. Y. Vols. In battles of Chancellorsvllle, 
Wilderness, Spottsylvania, and all the battles before Richmond. 
In Texas expedition, 1865. Provost Marshal, Clarksville. Pro- 
moted Sergt., Aug. 10, 1862; Second Lieut., June 10, 1864; 
First Lieut., July 20, 1864 ; Capt., Nov. 4. 1865 ; Major, Jan. 
12, 1866; honorably discharged, March 6, 1866. Member of 
the Pennsylvania Assembly, 1874-76. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). 
Died, May 1, 1886. 

♦Joseph Henby Dobemus, Belvidere, N. J. 

Born at Parslppany, N. J., Apr. 19, 1835. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, Sept. 10, 1904. 

♦David Dobemus Duncan, Montclair, N. J. 

Bom at Nutley, N. J., Feb. 6, 1843. Lawyer. Mayor of Mont- 
clair, N. J. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, Aug. 28, 1907. 

♦Chables Winson Fbitts, Hudson, N. Y. 

Bom near Hudson, N. Y., Nov. 27, 1837. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1865. President, General Synod, 1897. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1865). D.D. (Rutgers, 1887). Died June 22, 1907. 

♦Abbam Quick Gabbetson, Morristown, N. J. 

Born in Somerset county, N. J., Mch. 11, 1842. Lawyer^ Har- 
vard Law School, 1865. Prosecutor of the Pleas, Hudson 
county, N. J., 1869-78. President Judge, Court of Common 
Pleas, Hudson county, N. J.. 1878-83. Judge of the Supreme 
Court of New Jersey, 190()-07. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, 
June 4, 1907. 

OscAB Gesneb, Linden, N. J. 

Bom at Nyack, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1840. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). 
♦Edwabd Kemys Henby, Dwight, 111. 

Crop Bureau. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). 
♦Fbancis Allen Hobton, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bom at Phllmont, N. Y., 1844. Presb. clergyman. N. B. Sem'., 

1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). D.D. (Univ. of Wooster, Ohio, 
1884). Died, April 19, 1903. 

John Justin, " Weehawken, N. J. 

Born at Weinolsheim, Germany, May 19, 1839. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). 

♦Fbancis Suydam Keese, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bom in New York City, Dec. 25, 1841. Banker. Enlisted Prlv- 
vate 1st N. J. Infantry. Promoted SeTgt. in this Regt., then 
Capt., 128th N. Y., Major. Lieut. Col. and Brevet Col. Battles : 
Bull Run, West Point, Gaines' Hill, Charles City Cross Roads, 
Malvern Hill, Manassas Plains, Port Hudson, La. (two engage- 
ments), Winchester. Discharged honorably as Brevet Col. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, Aug. 17, 1907. 

♦Edwin Kempton, Brooklyn, N. IT. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., June 29, 1841. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1805). Died, Feb. 26, 1916. 

Robebt B. Kin sell, Washington, D.- C. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). 
♦Peteb Lepextak, Paonia, Col. 

Born at Haam«bede, Netherlands, June 16, 1842. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. N. B. Sem.. 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). D.D. 
(Hope, 1904). Died, Feb. 4, 1912. 

♦John Rogebs Mabtin, Washington, Mo. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Lawyer. Judge. Probate Court, 
Franklin county. Mo., 1868-69. Member of Missouri Legisla- 
ture, 1875-76. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). LL.B. (Albany Law 
School, 1866). Died, Dec 31, 1888. 



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♦William Bbush Merritt^ New York City. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1836. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, Sept. 2, 1879. 

♦Nicholas Wyckoff Meseeole, New York City. 

Born at Newtown, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1841. Fire insurance. En- 
listed as Private, 1st N. J. Vols., May, 1861. Promoted Cor- 
poral, Sergt., 1st Lieut, Co. G., 133d Regt., N. Y. Vols., before 
September, 1862. Capt. Co. I, in same, April, 1863. Breve tted 
Major and Lieut. Col. by Gov. Fenton, N. Y., for gallant and 
meritorious services. In battles of West Point, White Oak 
Swamp, Gaines' Hill. With Gen. Banks' expedition to New- 
Orleans. In attacks on B. Island and Port Hudson, Mansura 
Plains, La., and with Sheridan in Shenandoah Valley. Mus- 
tered out, Dec. 25, 1864. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, May 8, 
1896. 
Charles Hart Riggs, Bristol, Conn. 

Born at Harwinton, Conn., Oct. 19, 1835. Cong'l clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1862-64. Editor, "Bristol Press." 1871- . A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1865). 

♦John Van Neste Schenk, Pompton Plains, N. Y. 

Born at South Branch^. N. J., Feb. 21, 1842. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, Sept. 
28, 1871. 

♦John Schomp, .Omaha, Neb. 

Bom at Readington, N. J., June 2, 1843. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1865). Died, Sept. 14, 1896. 

♦Elbert Nevius Sebring, Leeds, N. Y. 

Born at Ovid, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1836. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 

B. Sem., 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, Oct 12, 1889. 

♦George Seibebt, Garfield, N. J. 

Bom at Frankenfeldt, Germany, Jan. 24, 1839. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Sem., 1865. Enlisted as a Private, Co. G, 1st 
Regt., N. J. Vols., 1st Corps, Army of Potomac. In battles of 
Bull Run, West Point, Seven Days on the Peninsula. Dis- 
charged, Jan- 15, 1863, on surgeon certificate of disability. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, April 30, 1892. 

Abel I. Smith, Hoboken, N. J. 

Bom at North Bergen, N. J., June 12, 1843. Lawyer. Mem- 
ber, N. J. Assembly, 1870. Judge, Hoboken District Court, 
, 1888-91, 1898-1903. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). 

John Conoveb Smock, Hudson, N. Y. 

Bom at Holmdel, N. J., Sept. 21, 1842. Retired. Prof., Min- 
ing and Metallur^, Rutgers, 1867-85. Asst. Geologist of N. J., 
1864-85. State (Geologist, N. J., 1890-1901. Author, "Report 
on Clay Deposits," etc. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Ph.D. (Lafay- 
ette, 1882). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1902). 

Benjamin Tilton Statesir, Woodbourne, N. Y. 

Born at Colt's Neck, N. J., Dec. 2, 1841. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Co-Principal, Somerville Grammar School, 1881-84. Principal, 
1884-88. N. B. Sem., 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). 

Nathaniel Hixon Van Arsdale, New York City. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., Apr. 6, 1838. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Editor, "Christian Intelligencer," 1882- . Vice President, 
General Synod, 1899. N. B. Sem., 1867. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). 
D.D. (Rutgers, 1889). 

♦James Van Derveer Van Neste, Jacksonville. Fla. 

Physician and surgeon. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). M.D. (Coll. 
P. and S.). Died, Oct. 31, 1874. 

♦Evert Van Slyke, New York City. 

Born at Stuyvesant, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1835. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). D.D. (Rutgers, 
1883). President, General Synod, 1889. Died, March 10, 1909. 



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1802. 



♦Gabret Dorset Wall Veoom, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Trenton, N. J., Dec. 17, 1843. Lawyer. Prosecutor of 
Pleas, Mercer county, 1870-73. Reporter of Supreme Court, 
N. J. Mayor of Trenton, 1881-84. Judge, Court of Errors and 
Aippeals, 1901-13. Trustee, Rutgers, 1892-1914. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1865). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1902). Died, Mch. 4, 1914. 

William IIenby Vboom, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Roysfleld, N. J., Feb. 11, 1840. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Author (in part), "History of the Classis of Paramus." N. B. 
Sem., 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). D.D. (Hope, 1898). 

Theodore Wyckoff Welles, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., May 6, 1839. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Superintendent of Public Schools, Bayonne, N. J., 1866-67. 
Author of books, historical and religious. N. B. Sem., 1865. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). D.D. (Rutgers, 1893). 

♦Abram Nevius Wyckoff, Bedminster, N. J. 

Bom at Bedminster, N. J., 1844. Presb, clergyman. N. B. 
Sem., 1867. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). Died, May 10, 1895. 

♦DeWitt Bevieb Wyckoff, Pleasant Plains, N. V. 

Bom at Rochester, Ulster county, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1842. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem.. 1865. A.M. (Rutgers, 1865). 
Died, Oct. 15, 1895. 



♦Robert DeWitt Birch, Belleville, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 6, 1842. At Rutgers, 
1858-60. Chemist. Died, Apr. 6, 1877. 

♦Stephen Fiske, New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 22, 1840. Journalist. 

Author. Special correspondent. *'N. Y. Herald." Dramatic 

critic and theatrical manager. Dramatic critic, "Sports of the 

Times." Author of plays. "English Photographs," "OflC-Hand 

Portraits," &c. Died, Apr. 27, 1916. 
♦Julius William Geyer, New York City. 

Bom at Laucha. Germany, July 7, 1836. At Rutgers, 1858-60. 

Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1863. Died, Sept. 18, 1914. 

♦Francis Granger Hasbrouck, Nyaclt, N. Y. 

Born, .Jan. 7, 1838. At Rutgers, 1858-60. Physician. M.D. 
(Coll. P. and S., 1863). Died, Aug. 27, 1866. 

Henry H. Hutchinson. 

♦Richard Gabriel Ludlow, Neshanic, N. J. 

Born, 1839. At Rutgers, 1858-60. Physician. Resident physi- 
cian, Philadelphia Hospital, 1863-64. M.D. (Univ. of Penn., 
1863). Died, Dec. 5, 1879. 

♦J. Greenville McNeel, Gulf Prairie, Tex. 

Born at Ellerslie Plantation, Tex. At Rutgers, 1859-61. In 
Confederate Army. Killed in battle, 1862. 

Joseph A. Morgan. 

Residence when a student. East Chester, N. Y. At Rutgers, 
1858-60. 

George L. Munn. 

Residence when a student, Chatham, N. Y. At Rutgers, 
1860-61. 

Alfred Reed. Trenton, N. J. 

Bom in Mercer county, N. J., Dec. 23, 1839. At Rutgers, 1858- 
60. Lawyer. Justice, N. J. Supreme Court, 1875-95, 1904-11. 
Mayor, Trenton, 1867-68. Judge, Court of Common Pleas, Mer- 
cer County, 1869-74. Vice Chancellor o( N. J., 1895-1904. 
LL.D. (Rutgers, 1900, and Princeton). 

Theodore Strong Van Dyke, * Daggett, Cal. 

Hydraulic engineer. A.B. (Princeton, 1863). A.M. (Princeton, 
1866). 



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ALUMNI. 137 



Jacob Hbnby Van Ness, Newark, N. J. 

Manufacturer. 
♦E. CoBNiNG Waldeon, Buflfalo, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1858-60. Died, 1879. 

1863. 
A.B. 

♦Andbew Mebbill Abculabitjs, Newark, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Dec. 2, 1835. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1866. A.M. (Rutgers, 1866). Died, Mch. 7, 1911. 
Geobge Lintneb Danfoeth, Middleburgh, N. Y. 

Lawyer. Delegate, Constitutional Convention, N. Y., 1894. 

Trustee, Rutgers, 1894-99. A.M. (Rutgers, 1866). 
♦Joseph Mobbison Dixon, ' Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom in Liverpool, England, Jan. 7, 1844. Lawyer. U. S. 

Army. A.M. (Rutgers, 1866). Died, Oct. 17, 1878. 

♦Sebastian Duncan, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at Franklin, N. J., June, 6, 1840. Tax Registration Dept. 
Title Guarantee & Trust Co. Enlisted as Private, 13th N. J. 
Vols. Corporal, 1st Lieut., July 24, 1864. Detailed 2d Brigade, 
1st Div., 20th Corps, Nov. 7, 1864. Brevet Capt., March, 1865. 
In battles of Antietam, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. In 
the Atlanta, Savannah and Carolina campaigns. Died, at 
Riverside, R. I., Sept. 4, 1915. 

♦James Ludlam Hasbbouck Elmendobf, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at Hyde Park, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1843. Physician. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1866). M.D. (Long Island College Hospital, 1866). 
Died, Dec. 25, 1880. 

♦Gaebet Augustus Hobabt, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Long Branch, N. J., June 3, 1844. Lawyer. City 
Counsel, Paterson, N. J., 1871, and of Board of Freeholders, 
Passaic county, 1872. Member, N. J. Assembly, 1873-74. 
Speaker of same. 1874. N. J. State Senator, 1877-82. Presi- 
dent of same, 1881-82. Vice President of U. S. A.. 1897-99. 
Trustee, Rutgers, 1896-99. A.M. (Rutgers, 1866). LL.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1896). Died, Nov. 21, 1899. 

♦Thomas Livingston Janeway, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct., 1843. Physician and sur- 
geon. A.M. (Rutgers, 1866). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1867). 
Died, Nov. 27, 1887. 

♦Mannes Kiekintveld, Holland, Mich. 

Born at Mattel, Netherlands, Sept. 2. 1839. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Merchant. N. B. Sem., 1866. A.M. (Rutgers, 1866). Died, 
May 30, 1889. 

♦Adbian Kbiekabd, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Born at Niewdorp, Netherlands. Oct. 18, 1839. Clers^yman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Sem., 1866. A.M. (Rutgers. 1866). Died, Sept. 

3, 1907. 
♦Engelbebt Chbistian Oggel, Holland, Mich. 

Born at Axel, Netherlands, Sept. 28. 1841. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Retired. N. B. Sem., 1866. A.M. (Rutgers, 1866). D.D. 

(Lafayette, 1890). Died, Nov. 6. 1910. 

♦Chables Hubbabd Pool, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Bay Ridge, N. Y., Feb. 11. 1840. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1866. Corresponding Secretary, Board Domestic 
Missions, R. C. A., 1887-1906. A.M. (Rutgers, 1866). D.D. 
(Rutgers, 1892). Died, March 1, 1906. 

♦William Smith, South Evanston, 111. 

Born at Glasgow, Scotland, 1840. Presb. clergyman. N. B. 
Sem., 1863-64. A.M. (Rutgers, 1866). Died, Feb. 23, 1892. 



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♦John H. Smock, Locust Valley, N. Y. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., Jan. 20, 1836. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1866. A.M. (Rutgers, 1866). Died, Jan. 7, 1903. 

♦Geobqe Swain, Allen town, N. J. 

Born at Glascow, Scotland, Jan. 20, 1841. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1866. A.M. (Rutgers, 1866). D.D. (Rutgers, 1878). 
Died, Nov. 7, 1914 

Henby Uttebwick, Rutherford, N. J. 

Born in Amsterdam, Holland, May 22, 1841. Cong'l clergyman. 
Translator of Amsterdam Correspondence, etc., for Ecclesias- 
tical Records of State o£ New York. N. B. Sem., 1866. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1866). 

♦Joseph Mabon Vile, New Durham, N. J. 

Born at Now Durham, N. J.(?) Student, N. B. Sem., 1863-65. 
Died, Dec. 20, 1865. 



Joseph Fbedebick Bebo, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 26, 1840. Physician and surgeon. 

M.D. (Jefferson Med. Coll., 1862). 
Jebome L. Bebgen, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Real estate and insurance. Assessor, 1877-84. 
♦Alfbed O. Bowne. 

At Rutgers, 1860-61. 
Albebt S. Caswell. 
Solomon T. Cole, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Esopus, N. Y., Not. 5, 1836. At Rutgers, 1859-60. 

N. B. Sem., 1864. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Jacob W. DuBois, Cartagena, Columbia, S. A. 

Physician. A.M. M.D. 

Fbedebic p. Heninghatjsen, Baltimore, Md. 

Born at Fulda, Germany, July 27, 1839. At Rutgers, one year 
and three months. L^utheran clergyman. Pastor, German- 
English, St. Stephens' Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1864- . 
D.D. (North Carolina Coll. of Evang. Luth. Church, 1886). 

♦Chables Hutching s. 

At Rutgers, 1859-60. 
♦Andbew Kibbjpatbick, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Washington, D. C, Oct. 8, 1844. At Rutgers, 1860-62. 

Lawyer. Law Judge, Essex county. N. J., 1885-96. Judge, U. 

S. District Court, 1896-1904. President, Federal Trust Co. 

A.B. (Union, 1863). A.M. (Rutgers, 1866, and Princeton, 1870). 

LL.D. (Union, 1903). Died, May 3, 1904. 

♦William Henby Kling, North Attleboro, Mass. 

Born in New York City, June 4, 1840. At Rutgers, 1859-60. 
Baptist clergyman. Editor and publisher, North Attleboro Ad- 
vertiser. School Commissioner, 1883-85. Moderator of Town, 
1887-94. Died, Aug. 24, 1912. 
Isaac Mattice. 

Geobge Addison Mills, Limerick, Maine. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 15, 1839. Cong'l clergyman. N. B. 
Sem., 1866. 
♦John O'Hanlon, Morristown, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1860-61. M. E. clergyman. A.B. (Wesleyan, 1863). 
A.M. (Wesleyan, 1866). Died, Jan. 4, 1875. 

♦Thomas O'Hanlon, Ocean Grove, N. J. 

Born in New York City. Mch. 24, 1832. At Rutgers, 1860-61. 
M. E. clergyman. President, Pennington Seminary. 1867-72, 
1875-1903. A.B. (Princeton. 1863). A.M. (Princeton, 1866). 
D.D. (Dickinson, 1870). LL.D. (Washington Coll., Tenn., 1893). 
Died, Sept. 30, 1912. 



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ALUMNI. 139 



♦William Henby Pohlman, Albany, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1859-61. Entered as Private, Co. G, 1st N. J. Vols., 
May 28, 1861. Transferred to Signal Corps, Jan. 17, 1863. 
Promoted 1st Ldeut., 59tli N. Y. Vols. Engaged in all the battles 
of Army of Potomac, from Bull's Run to Gettysburg, fnclusive. 
Commanded his regiment on July 3, at Gettysburg ; wounded 
twice ; the first time his left arm shattered, and, he continuing 
in the field, his right wrist was struck and an artery severed. 
From these wounds he died, July 21, 1863. 

John Van Dyke Pumyea, Belle Mead, N. J. 

Born at Three Mile Run, N. J., Sept. 5, 1842. Farmer. 

James Henry Van Cleef, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Branchville, N. J., July 12, 1841. At Rutgers, 1859-60. 
Lawyer. Member, N. J. Assembly, 1875, 1881-82. Mayor, New 
Brunswick, N. J., 1889-95. State Senator, N. J., 1898-1900. 
A.B. (Lafayette, 1863). » A.M. (Lafayette, 1872). 

♦Willoughby Weston, New York City. 

Born at Rensselaer, Ind., Aug. 23, 1845. At Rutgers, 1859-60. 
Broker. Brigadier General and Inspector General of N. J., 
1881-88. Died, April 26, 1902. 



1864. 
A.B. 

'*'James Henry Beetholf, Marlboro, N. J. 

Born at Fredonia, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1840. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1867. A.M. (Rutgers, 1867). Died, Dec. 11, 1904. 

Nicholas I. Mabselus Bogert, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born in New York City, June 30, 1842. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1867. A.M. (Rutgers, 1867). 

♦Habman Rutgebs Ceosby, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1845. Manufacturer. Lawyer. 
Enlisted as Private in 22d Regt. N. Y. Vols, and served three 
months at Harper's Ferry. Honorably discharged. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1867). Died at sea, June 15, 1869. 

Andbew Doeemxjs, Saginaw, Mich. 

Born at Parsippany, N. J., Jan. 26, 1837. Presb. clergyman. 

N. B. Sem., 1864-65. Bangor Sem., 1868. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1867). 

♦John Lutheb Goble Dxjbyee, Newark, N. J 

Born at Newark. N. J., July 20, 1845. Physician. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1867). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1868). Died, June 1. 1916. 

♦Ogden Galusha Habpending, Clintondale, N. Y. 

Teacher. Local preacher, M. E. Church. A.M. (Rutgers, 1867). 

Died, Jan. 2^, 1905. 
♦Thomas V7alkeb Jones, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Schuylerville, N. Y., July 8, 1843. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1867. A.M. (Rutgers, 1867). Died. Dec. 29, 1909. 

William Hopkins Leupp, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 4, 1845. New York Law 
School, 1895. Trustee, Rutgers, 1895- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1867). 

♦John Lott Remsen, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Three Mile Run, N. J., 1841. Teacher. Farmer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1867). Died, June 24, 1903. 

♦David Schxjeeman Sutphen, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Born at Bedminster. N. J., Apr. 24, 1842. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1867. A.M. (Rutgers. 1867). Died, March 27, 1897. 
♦John Kibkpatbick Van Absdale, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Pluckamin, N. J., Dec. 23, 1844. Teacher. Bank clerk. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1867). Died, March 26, 1894. 



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1864. 



Eugene Aybes, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Lawyer. 
John S. Bliss. 

Residence when a student, Brooklyn, N. Y. At Rutgers, 1860-61. 
William Brinkebhoff, Jersey City, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1860-61. 
Samuel Webb Clason, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Warwick. N. Y., Feb. 6, 1843. At Rutgers, 1860-62. 

Physician and surgeon. Sanitary Inspector, Health Dept., N. Y. 

A.B. (Union, 1864). A.M. (Union. 1867). M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 

1867). 

F. Habold Cleveland. 

Residence when a student, Eminence, N. Y. At Rutgers, 1860-61. 

♦Benjamin Fbanklin Deckeb, Campbell Hall, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1861-62. Teacher. 1865-67. Merchant, 1867-81. 
Joined Co. E, 5th Artillery, N. Y. Vols., Aug. 15, 1862. Honor- 
ably discharged. June 22, 1865. Died, May 10, 1881. 

♦John Dooly, Oxford, Mass. 

Born in Albany. Mch. 31, 1838. At Rutgers, 1860-61. 1st 
N. J. Vols., 1861-64. Cong'l clergyman. Author of church 
histories. Died, Oct. 23. 1915. 
William Febdon. 

Residence when a student. New York City. At Rutgers, 1860-61. 

♦Jabed Hasbbouck, New Brunswick, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1862-63. Teacher. A.M. (Univ. N. Y., 1865). Died, 
May 13, 1890. 

♦Lewis Hasbbouck, Walden, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1860-61. Lawyer. Died, April 18, 1901. 
♦John McGaffin, Cohoes, N. Y. 

At Rutgers. 1860-62. Enlisted as Private in 77th Regt., N. Y. 

Vols., 1862. Killed instantly at the siege of Port Hudson by 

the discharge of a shell from the Rebel batteries, June 18, 1863, 

and burled where he fell. 

♦Michael McLauby, South Kortright, N. Y. 

Born at Davenport, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1837. At Rutgers, 1860-61. 
Farmer. Died, Oct. 26, 1007. 

♦Pleasant D. McNeel, Gulf Prairie, Tex. 

Born at Ellerslie Plantation, Tex. At Rutgers, 1860-61. In 

Confederate army. Killed In battle, 1864. 
♦David F. Mobe, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Born at Moresville, N. Y.(?) At Rutgers, 1860-61. Died, 1907. 
Abbaham Van Nest Powelson, Middletown, N. Y. 

Bom at Pluckamin, N. J., Apr. 15, 1842. At Rutgers, 1860-63. 

Lawyer. District Attorney, Orange county, 1894-1901. A.B. 

(Union, 1864). A.M. (Union, 1867). 

♦Thomas Lloyd Stbingeb, Raritan, N. J. 

Bom at Austerliz, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1835. At Rutgers, 1860-61. 
Farmer. Served in Civil War, 1861-63. Died. May 18, 1915. 

♦Chables Henby Thompson, Belmar, N. J. 

Born at Marlboro. N. J., Aug. 23, 1843. At Rutgers. 1860-64. 
Physician. Mayor of Belmar, 1885-96. President, Board of 
Health. 1885-1904. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1868). Died, Dec. 
3, 1912. 

♦David Kline Van Doben, Schodack Landing, N. Y. 

Born at Pluckamin, N. J., Feb. 18, 1841. At Rutgers, 1860-62. 
Clergyman. R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1867. Died. Feb. 7. 1908. 

John K. Van Winkle, Plainfield, N. J. 

Lawyer. Mayor, North Plainfield, 1885-86. 



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♦William Skidmobe Willes, Old Bridge, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 19, 1843. At Rutgers, 1860-61. 
Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1864). Served as private, Na- 
tional Guard, N. Y. Later Ass't Surgeon, 31st N. J. Vols. Ass't 
Surgeon and Surgeon 1st N. J. Cavalry during Civil War. After 
Civil War, Surgeon, U. S. S. "Seminole." Died, at Port-au- 
Prince. Haiti, Jan. 29. 1870. 

*Abram C. Wortendyke, Godwinville, N. J. 



At Rutgers, 1860-61. 



1865. 



A.B. 

John Knox Allen, Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Born in Rockland county. N. Y., Oct. 22, 1844. Clergyman, 

R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1868. A. M. (Rutgers, 1868). D.D. 
(Rutgers, 1892). 

♦Robert Morrison Brown, Girard, Pa. 

Born, 1844. Secretary, Chinese Engineering and Mining Co. 

Private Co. G, 25th Conn. Vols. A.M. (Rutgers, 1868). Died, 
Feb. 18, 1900. 

♦John Angell Davis, Nyack, N. Y. 

Born at Flatbush, Ulster county, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1839. Presb. 
clergyman. Missionary to China, 1868-70. N. B. Sem., 1868. 
Editor. "The Sower," 1877-78. A.M. (Rutgers, 1868). Died, 
Sept. 24, 1897. 

♦William Henry De Hart, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 21, 1837. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Pastor. Third Reformed Church of Raritan. Stated Clerk, 
General Synod, 1894-1915. N. B. Sem., 1868. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1868). D.D. ([Rutgers, 1900). Died, Feb. 14, 1916. 

♦Rusha Denise, Norfolk, Va. 

Born near Freehold, N. J., Nov. 5, 1842. Civil engineer. A.M.- 
(Rutgers, 1868). Died, Dec. 15, 1880. 

Augustus Floyd, Mastic, L. I., N. Y. 

Born at Mastic, L. I., Aug. 12, 1845. Merchant. Retired. 

Commissioner, State Board of Charities, 1904-12. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1868). 

Isaac Edgar Hasbrouck, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Stone Ridge, N. Y., Sept. 24. 1842. Auditor. Tutor. 
Mathematics and Latin, Rutgers, 1866-72. Prof. Mathematics 
and Graphics, Rutgers, 1872-84. Assistant Librarian, Rut- 
gers. 1868-80. Librarian, Rutgers, 1880-84. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1868). 

Joseph Bonnell Mann, Danville, III. 

Bom at Somerville, N. J., Nov. 9, 1843. Lawyer. Member, II-' 
linois Assembly, 1881-83. A.M. (Rutgers, 1868). 

John Fletcher Shaw, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1843. Presb. clergyman. N. B. 
Sem., 1868. A.M. (Rutgers, 1868). 

♦Henry Stout, South Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Raritan, N. J., Jan. 19, 1838. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Missionary to Japan, 1868-1906. Published first hymn book 
in Japanese language. Author, History of South Japan Mis- 
sion. N. B. Sem., 1868. A.M. (Rutgers, 1868). D.D. (Rutgers, 
1893). Died. Feb. 16, 1912. 

Francis Cuyler Van Dyck, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Coxsackie, N. Y., June 3, 1844. Prof. Physics and 
Experimental Mechanics, Rutgers, 1882- . Dean of the Col- 
lege, 1901-1913. Tutor in Chemistry, 1866-70. Prof. Analytical 
Chemistry, 1870-78. Prof. Chemistry, 1878-80. Prof. Physics 
and Inorganic Chemistry, 1880-82. A.M. (Rutgers, 1868). 
Ph.D. (Union, 1888). D.Sc. (Rutgers, 1910). LL.D. (Rutgers, 
1915). 



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♦John William Wabnshius, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Born at Guelderland. Netherlands, Nov. 23, 1840. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1868. A.M. (Rutgers, 1868). Died, March 
6. 1901. 
Adrian Westveeb, Pottersville, N. J. 

Born In Holland, Nov. 2, 1840. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 
Sem.. 1868. A.M. (Rutgers, 1868). 
Albert Ashleigh Zabriskie, Bloomington, N. Y. 

Born at Bergen Point, N. J., Apr. 11. 1843. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1868. A.M. (Rutgers, 1868). 



♦Charles James Aldis, New York City. 

At Rutgers, 1861-62. Banker. Second Lieutenant, 25th Conn. 

Regiment. Discharged, 1863. Died, Nov. 13, 1874. 
♦Thomas Blanch Bloomfield, Westbrook, Conn. 

Born in New York City, 1845. At Rutgers, 1864-65. Physician. 

M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1876). Died, Feb. 17, 1905. 
♦Robert Birch Bonnet, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1845. At Rutgers, 1861-62. 

Clerk of N. J. State Prison, 1872-1890. Died, Jan. 30. 1896. 

Henry James Brown, Chicago, III. 

Episc. clergyman. Retired. Western Theological Seminary, 
1868. M.D. (Mich. Coll. of Med.). 

♦James S. Davie, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Greencastle, Pa., Dec. 4, 1843. At Rutgers, 1861-62. 

Banker. Died, Jan. 2, 1903. 
William Henry Elston. 

Principal, public school, Newark, N. J. 
♦Joseph Fisher, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 25, 1844. At Rutgers, 

1861-62. Coal merchant. Care of estates. Died, Nov. 4, 1908. 

Henry Jesse Grant, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Born at Ithaca, N. Y., Apr. 25, 1837. At Rutgers, 1861-65. 
Real estate and insurance. N. B. Sem., 1868. 

♦Thomas Lafon Gulick, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Koloa, Hawaii, Apr. 10, 1839. At Rutgers, 1861-63. 
Cong'l clergyman. Missionary, A. B. C. F. M., to Spain, 1872- 
82. Cliaplain, Presb. Hospital, Phlla., 1896-1904. Andover 
Sem., 1868. A.B. (Williams, 1865). AM. (1868). Died at 
Kijabi, British East Africa, June 15, 1904. 

♦Simon Wyckoff Nevius. Middlebush, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1861-62. Enlisted as Private in Co. E, 15th Regt., 
N. Y. Vols., Aug. 2, 1862. Chosen 1st Corporal. Promoted 
Sergeant, March 16. 1863. Was wounded in battle of Salem 
Heights, May 3, 1863, and from wounds received there died at 
Washington, D. C, May 19, 1863. 

♦Hobatio W. St. John, West Farms, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1861-62. U. S. Army. 
♦Geobge Clinton Tallman, Jb., Paterson, N. J. 

At Rutgers. 1861-64. Teacher. Died, Feb. 14, 1873. 
♦Fbederick Judd Van Wagner, Madison, N. J. 

Born, 1835. At Rutgers, 1862-64. Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. 

and S., 1866). Postmaster, Madison, N. J., 1878-81. Died, 

May 30, 1881. 
♦Richard A. Varick, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Died during Freshman year, Nov. 25, 1861. 
♦Peter Ferdinand Wikoff, Metuchen, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1862-64. Merchant. Died, Sept., 1890. 



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1866. 
A.B. 

•Edward Green Ackerman, Clover Hill, N. J. 

Born at Saddle River, N. J.. Feb. 3, 1837. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1869. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). Died, Dec. 1, 1899. 

♦Ellis Ayres Apgar, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Peapack, N. J., Mch. 20. 1836. N. J. State Superintend- 
ent of Public Instruction, 1866-85. Superintendent of Schools, 
New Brunswick, N. J. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). Died, Aug. 28, 
1905. 

♦Herman Caspar Bebg, Tillson, N. 1. 

Born In Philadelphia, Oct. 5. 1845. Clergyman, R. C. A. Presi- 
dent, Board Publication, 1890-95. N. B. Sem., 1869. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1869). D.D. (Lafayette, 1891). Died, Feb. 16, 1914. 

♦Adam Augustus Bookstaver, ' Searsville, N. Y. 

Born near Montgomery, N. Y.. Nov. 29, 1842. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Princeton Sem.. 1866-68. N. B. Sem., 1869. In 19th 
N. Y. Vols. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). Died. April 24, 1905. 

♦Isaac Peterson Brokaw, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Middlebush, N. J., July 27, 1845. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Retired. Stated clerk. Particular Synod, New Brunswick. 1880- 
1914. N. B. Sem., 1869. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). D.D. (Rutgers, 
1891). Died, Aug. 19, 1916. 

♦John Neilson Carpender, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 4, 1845. President, Norfolk and 
New Brunswick Hosiery Co., 1885-1911. Commissioner. Sink- 
ing Fund, N. B., 1880-1911. Trustee, Rutgers, 1911. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1869). Died, Nov. 21, 1911. 
Paul Cook, Troy, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1847. Secretary and treasurer, 
W. & L. E. Gurley. Trustee, Rutgers. 1891- . A.M. (Rutgers, 
1869). 

John Blanchard E>dgar, Avenel, N. J. 

Born at Avenel, N. J., May 7, 1843. Farmer. Colonel on Gen. 
Mott's staff, State Militia. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). 

John McReynolds Gaut, Nashville, ITenn. 

Born at Cleveland, Tenn., Oct. 1, 1841. Lawyer. General Coun- 
sel, Presbyterian Church, U. S. A., relative to union with Cum- 
berland Presbyterian Church, 1906-14. Author. "Cumberland, 
the Story of a Name," etc. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). LUD. 
(Missouri Valley College, 1906). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1908). 

♦Florian Wellington Gordon, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Banker, CAshier Middlesex County National Bank, Perth Amboy, 
from its organization, 1872-85. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). Died, 
Oct. 22. 1885. 
Robert Imlay Hopper, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., May 28, 1845. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1869). 

♦George Duryee Hulst, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at Newtown, L. I., Mch. 10, 1846. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1869. Eminent authority and writer on Entomology 
and Botany. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). Ph.D. (Rutgers, 1891). . 
Died, Nov. 5, 1900. 

♦John Bayard Kirkpatrick, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Washington, D. C, Feb. 14, 1847. Broker. City Treas- 
urer, New Brunswick. 1894-1904. President, N. B. Gas Light 
Co. Trustee, Rutgers, 1892-1912. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). Died, 
Sept. 6, 1912. 
James Neilson, New Brunswick, N. J 

Born at New Brunswick, N. .7., Nov. 7. 1844. Trustee. Rutgers. 
1886- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). LL.B. (Hamilton, 1869). 



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BUTG£BS COLLEGE. 



1866-1807. 



William Reiley, 

Born at Holmdel, N. J. 
Middlesex county, N. J. 
♦James Lott Southard, 

Born at Newark, N. J 

N. B. Sem., 1869. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869) 

♦Francis Horatio Stubbs, 



New Brunswick, N. J. 

Dec. 21, 1845. Ijawyer. Surrogate of 
1872-82. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). 

Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
Jan. 13, 1844. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Died, March 17, 1906. 

Eau Clair, Wis. 



Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 29. 1847. Episc. clergy- 
man. General Theological Sem., 1869. A.M. Died, March 29, 
1906. 



♦Peter Vreeland Van Buskirk, 

Born at Bayonne, N. J., Mch. 2, 1845. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 



N. B. Sem., 1869. A.M (Rutgers, 1869). Died, Mch. 9, 1912. 



♦John Garnsey Van Slyke, 

Born at Coeymans, N. Y., Feb. 26. 1845. 
N. B. Sem., 1869. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). 
Died, Dec. 15, 1910. 
James Walter Vroom, 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Aug. 13, 1846. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1869). 

John Winner, Jr., Jersey City, N. J. 

Merchant. A.M. (Rutgers, 1869). 



Kingston, N. Y. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 
D.D. (Rutgers, 1881). 

New York City. 



N. Roe Bradner, Philadelphia, Pa. 

At Rutgers, 1862-63. Physician. A.M. (Rutgers. 1869). 
♦Charles Merideth Dayton, San Francisco, Cal. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J.. Aug. 15. 1845. At Rutgers, 
1862-63. Stock broker. Died, Oct. 31, 1879. 
James A. Deane, Catskill, N. Y. 

Physician. 
♦Charles Post Demorest, Warwick, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1863-64. Died, Dec. 5, 1864. 
David Weild Harkness, Jersey City, N. J. 

Bom at Matteawan, N. Y. Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 1873). 
William C. Johnson. 

Residence when a student. New Brunswick, N. J. At Rutgers, 
1862-63. 



John Nevius Van Zandt, 

Born at Blawenburgh, N. J., Aug. 17, 1844. 
63. Postmaster. 



Blawenburgh, N. 
At Rutgers, 1862- 



1867. 
A.B. 

*Samuel Woodbkidge Bergen, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Bay Ridge (Brooklyn), N. Y.. Sept. 22. 1845. Phar- 
macist. A.M. (Rutgers, 1870). Died. July 12, 1871. 

Tunis Garret Bergen, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 17, 1848. Lawyer. President, 
Board Education, Brooklyn, 1885-91. N. Y. State Commissioner 
Charities, 1895-1900. President of Trustees, Brooklyn Heights 
Sem., 1905- . Trustee, Rutgers, 1885- . A.M. (Rutgers, 
1870). LL.B. (Columbia, 1874). Dr. in Public Law (Heidel- 
berg, 1871). 

John Brownson Church, Paterson, N. J. 

Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1870. A.M. (Rutgers, 1870). 



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♦Samuel Ralph Demabest, Jb., Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at Demarest, N. J., Mcli. 5, 1844. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1870). Died, Mch. 21, 1911. 

♦Peteb Hasbbouck, Shawangunk, N. Y. 

Born at New Paltz, N. Y., July 30, 1839. Teacher. Real es- 
tate broker. A.M. (Rutgers, 1870). Died, July 6, 1875. 

♦John Van Wagenen Heebmance, Atchison, Kan. 

Bom in Columbia county, N. Y., July, 1846. Life insurance. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1870). Died, Oct. 8, 1903. 

Benjamin Chalmebs Nevtcjs, New York City. 

Bom at Stuyvesant, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1847. Insurance clerk. 
Teacher. 1867-84. A.M. (Rutgers, 1870). 

Cobnehus Sh addle See, Chicago, 111. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 29, 1847. Lawyer. Mem- 
ber, N. J. Assembly, 1884-85. A.M. (Rutgers, 1870). 

♦Benjamin Van Campen Taylob, Duxbury, Mass. 

Bom at Jersey City, N. J., Nov. 15, 1846. Architect. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1870). Died, Sept 8, 1906. 

♦Peteb Labagh Van deb Veeb, Santa Fe, New Mexico. 

Born at Brookside, N. J., Sept. 30. 1846. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1870). LL.B. (Columbia, 1874). Died, March 16, 1893. 

William Halsey Van Doben, Princeton, N. J. 

Born in Bucks county, Penn., May 21, 1839. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1871. A.M. (Rutgers, 1870). 

♦De Witt Van Zandt, Middletown, N. Y. 

Bom at Montgomery, N. Y., 1851. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1870). Died, Aug. 17, 1895. 

♦William Penn Wilson, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born, 1846. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1870). Died, July 30, 
1891. 



♦Isaac D. Cole, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Died, Jan. 2, 1910. 
Henby Wyckoff Le Roy, New York City. 

Treasurer, Gould-Mersereau Co. A.B. (Williams, 1867). A.M. 
(Williams, 1870). 

Thomas Alexandeb Patbie, Larchmont, N. Y. 

Born at Livingston, N. Y., July 3, 1845. At Rutgers, 3 years. 
Retired. 

Thomas Edgab Willson. 

Residence when a student. New York City. At Rutgers, 
1863-64. 



1868. 
A.B. 

PiEBBE GuiLLAUME Maximilien Bahleb, Williamson, N. Y. 

Born at Mons, Belgium, Apr. 29, 1844. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Retired. N. B. Sem., 1871. A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). 

♦Edwabd Benedict, Swansea, Mass. 

Born at Lake Waukaubok, N. Y., Apr. 2, 1845. Episc. clergy- 
man. General Theological Sem., 1871. A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). 
Died, March 8, 1907. 

♦Vebnon Bond Cabboll, Amenia, N. Y. 

Bom at Baltimore, Md., Jan. 11, 1846. Presb. clergyman. N. 
B. Sem., 1871. A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). Died, Dec. 18, 1899. 

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♦Arthub Crosby, San Rafael, Cal. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 10, 1847. Presb. clergy- 
man. Union Sem., 1870. A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). D.D. (Wash- 
ington and Jefferson, 1892). Head Master, Mt. Tamalpais 
Military Academy. Died, Aug. 24, 1915. 

William Emerson Davis, Knox, N. Y. 

Bom «t Princetown, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1845. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1871. A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). 
Herbert Armitaoe Drake, Camden, N. J. 

Born at Hopewell, N. J., July 2, 1845. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1871). 
♦CoERT Du Bois, New York City. 

Bom at Johnstown, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1847. Physician and surgeon. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1872). Died, 

January 1, 1891. 

♦MoLTON Hooks Forrest, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Physician. Surgeon of the eye and ear. A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). 
M.D. (Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1872). Died, March 27, 
1894. 

Frederick Frelinghuysen, . Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Sept. 30, 1848. Lawyer. President, 
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. Trustee, Rutgers, 1885- . 
Treasurer, Rutgers, 1889-1905. A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). LL.D. 
(Rutgers, 1914). 

Elias Mead, Passaic, N. J. 

Bom at Chesterville, N. Y. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1870. 

Archibald Mercer, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Dec. 23, 1848. Physician. Attending 
Surgeon, St. Barnabas and City Hospital. M.D. (Coll. P. and 
S., 1871). A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). 

♦William Rankin, Jr., Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Cincinnati, Ohio, Mch. 13, 1848. Physician and sur- 
geon to Newark Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1871). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1871). Died, Feb. 25, 1904. 

Seymoui; Royal Smith, Hackettstown, N. J. 

Born at Waterloo, N. J., Aug. 14, 1847. President, Hacketts- 
town National Bank, 1890- . President, Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 
1880- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). 

Thomas Morris Strong, Boston, Mass. 

Bom at Rosendale, N. Y., June 12, 1848. Physician. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1871). M.D. (N. Y. Homeopathic Med. Coll., 1871). 

Alexander Joseph Swift, Hartford, Conn. 

Civil engineer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). C.E. (Rensselaer Poly- 
technic Institute, 1872). 

Daniel Talmage, .• East Hampton, N. Y. 

Born at Brooklyn. N. Y., June 27, 1846. Retired merchant. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). 

* Edward Cady Thomas, Petaluma, Cal. 

Born at Lockport, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1845. M. E. clergyman, 
1868-69. Surveyor and civil engineer, 1869-74. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1871). Died, Jan. 16, 1874. 

♦Gouverneur Rutgers Vroom, Trenton, N. J. 

I>awyer. A.M. Died, Nov. 25, 1870. 
Rensselaer Weston, Goshen, N. Y. 

Banker and broker. A.M. (Rutgers, 1871). 



♦William Erastus Retd, Newark, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1866-67. Lawyer. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1868). 
A.M. (Univ. N. Y., 1871). 



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Nelson De Witt Stryker, Monmouth Junction, N. J. 

Born at Monmouth Junction, N. J., Mch. 23, 1847. At Rutgers, 
3 years. Retired salesman. 

Andrew Webster Van Slyke, Coxsackie, N. Y. 

Bom at New Baltimore, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1846. At Rutgers, 1864- 
66. Physician. M.D. (Albany Med. Coll., 1869). 

♦William James Wyckoff, New Brunswick, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1864-65. Killed by pistol explosion, June 7, 1865. 



B.Sc. 

♦Charles Barnes, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Civil engineer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1871). Died, May 13, 1891. 

♦Edward Albert Bowser, New Bruhswick, N. J. 

Bom at Sackville, Canada, June 18, 1837. Tutor, Engineering 
and Mathematics, Rutgers, 1868-70. Adjunct Prof. Mathe- 
matics, 1870-71. Prof. Mathematics and Engineering, 1871- 
1904. Emeritus, 1904-10. Author of many standard text- 
books on Mathematics. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1871). C.E. (Rut- 
^ gers, 1871). LUD. (Lafayette, 1881, and Rutgers, 1905). 

Died, Feb. 19. 1910. 

♦Garbetson Hageman, Millstone, N. J. 

Born near Somerville, N. J., Aug. 6, 1846. Farmer and civil 
engineer. Settling estates. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1871). Died, July 
30, 1915. 

♦George D. Howell, Chester, Pa. 

Born at Shlloh, N. J., Oct. 22, 1844. Civil engineer. Professor 
Engineering and Astronomy, Pennsylvania Military College, 
1887-92. M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1871). C.E. (Rutgers, 1873). Died, 
Feb. 3, 1907. 

♦Willl^m Edward Kelly, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Manufacturer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1871). C.E. (Rutgers, 1873). 
Died, Dec. 11, 1893. 

Edward Clarence Pearson, Plainfield, N. J. 

BoTn at Newburyport, Mass., Apr. 7, 1849. Lawyer. Retired. 
Writer on Examination of Titles to Real Estate. LL.B. (Col- 
umbia, 1878). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1871). 

♦Floyd Marvin Vanderoef, Florida, N. Y 

Civil engineer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1871). C.E. (Rutgers, 1878). 
Died. Sept. 6, 1874. 



♦James Willlamson Hardenkergh, North Adams, Mass 

Born at Jersey City. N. J., Feb. 26, 1849. At Rutgers, 1864- 
65. Manufacturer. City Treas., North Adams, Mass. Died, 
Jan. 26, 1911. 

♦Bloomfield Jackson Miller, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Dec. 31, 1849. At Rutgers, 1865-67. 
Vice President Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. Died, April 
11, 1905. 

♦George Augustus Mushback, Alexandria, Va. 

Born In Sussex county, N. J., Jan. 1850. At Rutgers, 1865-67. 
Lawyer. Member. House of Directors, Va. State Senator, Va. 
Died, Dec. 27, 1901. 

John Alexander Rutherfurd, New York City. 

Member of N. Y. Stock Exchange. 
William Dixon Van Blarcom, London, England. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Nov. 28, 1845. At Rutgers. 1864-65. 

Banker. Retired. Traveler. 



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♦William Woolsey Varick, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born In New York City, Jan. 16. 1847. At Rutgers, 1864-65. 
M.D. (Coll. P. and S.). Physician. President, Jersey City 
Hospital. Member of State Board of Education. Died, Sept. 
8, 1905. 

1869. 
A.B. 

Mabtin Bahleb, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Breda, Netherlands, Aug. 21, 1846. Teacher. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1872). 

♦Edgar Bergen, Flatbush, N. Y. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y.(?), 1844. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
187^). Died, April 23, 1896. 

♦Robert Doiq, Scotia, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, July 11, 1842. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
(N. B. Sem., 1872. A.M. (Rutgers, 1872). Died, June 16, 1892. 

♦Theodore Douglass Frazee, Huguenot, N. Y. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Dec, 1838. M. E. clergyman. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1872). Died, Aug. 25, 1900. 

William Elliot Griffis, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Born at Philadelphia, Penn., Sept. 17, 1843. Cong'l clergyman. 
Lecturer. Superintendent, Education, Fukln, Japan, 1871. 
Prof. Imperial Univ., Toklo, 1872-74. Author of "The Mikado's 
Empire" and many other books on Japan, Holland, &c. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1872) Union Sem., 1877. D.D. (Union, 1884). 
L.H.D. (Rutgers, 1899). 

John Hart, Neshanic, N. J. 

Born In Bucks county, Penn., July 17, 1843. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1872. A.M. (Rutgers, 1872). 

Charles Luman Knapp, Lowville, N. Y. 

Born at Harrisburgh, N. Y., July 4, 1847. Lawyer. State 
Senator, 1886-87. Consul General, Montreal, 1889-93. Member 
Congress. 1901-11. A.M. (Rutgers, 1872). 

George Warne Labaw, Paterson, N. J. 

Born near Clinton, N. J., Feb. 29, 1848. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Author. "Preakness and the Preakness Reformed Church," and 

"Genealogy of the Warne Family In America." N. B. Sem., 

1873. A.M. (Rutgers, 1872). 
♦Edward Lodewick, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at East Greenbush, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1846. Clergyman, 

R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1872. A.M. (Rutgers, 1872). Died, 

Sept. 14, 1909. 
Robert Clarence Pruyn, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Oct. 23. 1847. Banker. President, 

National Commercial Bank, 1885- . Regent, Univ. State of 

N. Y., 1901-05. A.M. (Rutgers, 1872). 

♦Edward Dwight Shepard, New York City. 

Born at New Orleans, La., Apr. 10, 1845. Bond dealer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1872). Died, Jan. 13, 1912. 

♦Nicholas Terhune, Passaic, N. J. 
Born at Paterson, N. J., Aug. 2, 1847. Pharmacist. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1872). Died, Jan. 22, 1892. 

MoTT Bedell Vail, New Brunswick, N. J. 
Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 21, 1851. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(Columbia, 1871). A.M. (Rutgers, 1872). 

John Talmage Van Cleef, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Coxsackle, N. Y., July 9, 1849. Lawyer. Secretary, 

N. J. State R. R. Commission, 1884. On Board of Assessors, 
1884-96. A.M. (Rutgers, 1872). 



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♦John G. Bebdan, ^ (?) Paterson, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1865-69. 
♦John Arthur Blish, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Northport, Maine, June 3, 1849. At Rutgers, 1865-66. 

Architect. Died, Oct. 21, 1914. 

♦Edward Warren Clark, Nashville, Tenn. 

Born at Portsmouth, N. H.. Jan. 27, 1849. At Rutgers. 1867-69. 

Episc. clergyman. Episcopal Divinity School, Phila., Penn. 

Author "Life and Adventure in Japan," "From Hong Kong to 

the Himalayas." Died, June 5. 1907. 
♦Ebenezer Platt Johnson, Hobart, N. Y. 

Lawyer. Justice, Court of Appeals, State of New York. A.B. 

(Williams, 1869). 

♦Parshall D. Nichols, Sewickley, Penn. 

Bom in Canada, opposite Lockport, N. Y. Mch. 8. 1845. At 
Rutgers, 1865-66. Real Estate. Died, June 16, 1906. 

George Whitfield Robinson, Rosebank, N. Y. 

Superintendent of Public Schools. 

♦William Little Terhune, Matawan, N. J. 
At Rutgers. 1865-69. Died, Jan. 5, 1869. 

♦Jacob XUraig Van Blaroom, St. Louis, Mo. 

Born in Bergen county, N. J.. June 1, 1849. At Rutgers. 1865- 

66. Banker. President, Bank of Commerce, 1905-08. Director 

in many railroad and other corporations. Member of many 
clubs. Died, Aug. 24. 1908. 



B.Sc. 

♦Nathaniel Board, Elmhurst, N. Y. 

Born, 1847. Assistant to Engineer of Public Parks. N. Y. City. 

M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1872). Died, March 22, 1900. 
♦Simeon Eastlack Bucknell, Alhambra, 111. 

Born in Philadelphia, May 16, 1850. Physician. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers. 1872). A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). M.D. (St. Louis, Mo., 

Med. Coll., 1875). Died, June 20. 1903. 
Holmes Van Mater Dennis, Freehold, N. J. 

Bom near Holmdel. N. J., Apr. 11, 1849. President, Freehold 

Gas Light Co., etc. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1872). 
Joshua Doughty, Jr., Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Somerville. N. J., Feb. 28, 1844. Civil engineer. 

Somerset county engineer, 1886- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1872). 
J. RiDGWAY Fell, Trenton, N. J. 

Born in Bucks county, Pa., Aug. 29, 1846. City Commissioner, 

Trenton, 1911- . M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1872). 
Edward Sealy, Newark, N. J. 

Physician and surgeon. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1872). M.D. (Belle- 

vue Hospital Med. Coll., 1884). 
♦Augustus Vanderveer, Somerville, N. J. 

Civil engineer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1872). Died, April 9, 1902. 
William Augustus Van Mater, Belford, N. J. 

Bom at Holmdel, N. J., Jan. 9, 1849. Civil engineer. M.Sc. 

(Rutgers, 1872). 
♦Abram De Hart Voorhees, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Three Mile Run, N. J.. Mch. 25, 1848. Farmer. M.Sc. 

(Rutgers. 1872). Died, Jan. 16, 1911. 



Symmes Bergen, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Princeton, N. J., Aug. 9, 1849. Manufacturer. 



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1860-1870. 



Spencee Houghtojj Cone, Larchmont, N. Y. 

Actor. 
Habey Clay Fbeese, Hays, Kan. 

Editor and proprietor, "The Free Press." 
♦Cornelius Wyckoff Garbetson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1866-69. Merchant. 
Henby C. Hopper, Irvington, N. J. 

♦George Denman Meeker, New York City. 

Born, 1848. At Rutgers, 1866-67. Cashier, National City Bank. 
Died, No\^ 22, 1896. 
♦DuMONT Fbelinghuysen Mercer, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 23, 1850. At Rutgers, 1866-67. 
Merchant. Died, Jan. 19, 1882. 
♦Mab\t:n Reuben Mebchant, New York City. 

. At Rutgers, 1866-68. Died, April 4, 1887. 
♦Thomas M. Mubbay, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Delhi, N. Y., June 18, 1847. At Rutgers, 1866-69. 
Contractor. Died, Nov. 24. 1907. 

ROBEBT Hendebson Robebtson, New York City. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa.. Apr. 29, 1849. At Rutgers two 

years. Architect. 
Geobge Clabence Towle, New Brunswick, N,. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 22, 1849. At Rutgers two 

years. Real estate and insurance. 



1870. 
A.B. 

AsHEB Anderson, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Born at Flatlands, N. Y., July 23, 1846. Cong'l clergyman. 
Secretary. National Council, Cong'l Churches, 1901-13. Editor 
Cong'l Year Book, 1901- . N. B. Sem., 1873. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1873). D.D. (Iowa Coll., 1904, and Rutgers, 1904). 

♦Luther Barton, Delaware Water Gap, Pa. 

Born at Dayton, N. J., Feb. 9, 1850. Presb. clergyman. Union 
Sem., 1874. Teacher, 1870-71. A.M. (Rutgers, 1873). Died, 
Aug: 11, 1876. 
Frederick Alexander Canfield, Dover, N. J. 

Born near Dover, N. J., Apr. 7, 1849. Mining engineer. Author, 
"History of Thomas Canfield and of Matthew Camfleld.'' A.M. 
(Rutgers. 1873). E.M. (Columbia, 1873). D.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1914). 

George Griswold Frelinghuysen, Morristown, N. J. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., May 9, 1851. Lawyer. Columbia Univ. 
Law School, 1873. A.M. (Rutgers, 1873). 

George Rem Garretson, Laurel, N. Y. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., May 21, 1850. Presb. clergyman. 

N. B. Sem., 1870-71. Union Sem., 1871-72 and 74-75. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1873). 

♦Alexander Johnston, Princeton, N. J. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 29, 1849. Teacher, Rutgers Col- 
lege Grammar School, 18y6-79. Professor of Jurisprudence 
and Political Economy, College of New Jersey, 1883-89. Au- 
thor of "American Politics," "History of United States," etc. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1873). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1886). Died, July 20, 
1889. 



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Charles Joshua Ketcham Jones, Orange, Cal. 

Born In Franklin, N. J., July 12, 1845. Unitarian clergyman. Di- 
rector of Study and Research, Public Library. N. B. Sem., 
1870-71. Union Sem.. 1873. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1873). 

John Ring Kaley, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Civil engineer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1873). 

Luther Laflin Kellogg, New York City. 

Born at Maiden, N. Y., July 1, 1849. Lawyer. Member, Court 
House Board, 1910- . Trustee, Rutgers, 1905- . A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1873). LL.B. (Columbia, 1872). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1901). 
♦David Mulford Knickerbocker, Albany, N. Yi 

Merchant. Secretary Bradstreet's Albany office. N. B. Sera., 
1870-71. A.M. (Rutgers, 1873). Died, April 29, 1888. 

John Hodge Leupp, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 1874). A.M. (Rutgers. 1873). 

♦John Frederick McLaury, Byron, N. Y. 

Born at Stamford, N. Y.. Dec. 22, 1844. Presb. clergyman. 

N. B. Sem., 1873. A.M. (Rutgers, 1873). Died, Jan. 30, 1889. 

♦Nicholas Pearse, Mount Ross, N. Y. 

Bom at Lisha's Kill, N. Y., July 3, 1846. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Pastor, Reformed Church, Gallatin, N. Y. N. B. Sem., 1873. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1873). Died, May 19, 1909. 
Richard Augustus Pearse, Minaville, N. Y.- 

Born at Lisha's Kill, N. Y., Jan. 29. 1849. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1873. A.M. (Rutgers, 1873). D.D. (Rutgers, 1913). 

♦Jacob Wyckoff Schenck, Ghent, N. Y. 

Born at Weston, N. Y., June 23, 1849. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1873. A.M. (Rutgers, 1873). Died, Feb. 15, 1879. 

Graham Taylor, Chicago, 111. 

Born at Schenectady, N. Y., May 2, 1851. Cong'l clergyman. 
Prof. Social Economics, Chicago Sem., 1892- . President, 
Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy, 1903- . Associate 
Editor, "The Survey," 189(5- . Warden, Chicago Commons, 
1894- . Writer on social questions. N. B. Sem., 1873. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1873). D.D. (Rutgers, 1888). LL.D. (Illinois Coll., 
1897, and Rutgers, 1916). 

*Thomas Markley Trego, Albany, N. Y.. 

^orn in New York City, Aug. 31, 1847. Physician and surgeon. 
Attending Physician, Child Hospital, for 35 years. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1873). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1874). Died, Feb. 15, 1911. 

♦Abraham Van Horn, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Jan. 16, 1848. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1873). Died. Feb. 7, 1905. 

James Cronkhite Weston, Haileybury, Ontario, Canada. 

Civil and mining engineer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1873). 



James Bishop, New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 12, 1850. At Rutgers 
two years. With N. Y. Life Ins. Co. 

♦Edward Brayton, Utica, N. Y. 
Born at Utica, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1848. At Rutgers, 1866^9. 

A.B. (Hamilton, 1870); A.M. (Hamilton, 1873). Died, Feb. 
25, 1884. 

♦James Benjamin Campbell, Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Born at Glasgow, Scotland, May 6, 1842. (?) At Rutgers, 1866- 
67. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1870. D.D. (Franklin, 
1895). Died, Oct. 22, 1911. 

♦John Gardner Cortelyou, Omaha, Neb. 

At Rutgers. 1866-70. Banker. Died, July 8, 1901. 



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♦Henby Garrett Voorhees De Habt, White Plains, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 1, 1849. At Rutgers, 1866-69. 
Physician and Surgeon. Lecturer on Anatomy, White Plains 
Hospital Training School. 'M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1873). Died, 
Dec. 13, 1914. 

♦WiLLiTT Denike, Jr., Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Peekskill, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1848. At Rutgers, 1866-69. 
Lawyer. Assistant U. S. District Attorney for Southern New 
York, 1872-73. A.B. (Rutgers, 1872). Died, Dec. 10, 1874. 

Clinton De Witt, Jersey City, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 2 years. Lawyer. LL.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1874). 

♦Thomas Barron Edgar, Woodbridge, N. J. 

Born, 1848. At Rutgers, 186&-68. Farmer. Died, July 5, 
1871. 

Calvin Edward Lasher, New Paltz, N. Y. 

Bom at Clermont, N. Y., Jan. 11, 1850. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1873. 

♦Henry Nelson Marsh, jTrenton, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1866-67. Merchant. In Union Army. Died, Aug. 
13, 1896. 

Levi Morgan Strong, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Born at Niskayuna, N. Y., May 3, 1847. At Rutgers, 1866-68. 
Retired. 

♦Charles Brainerd Thomas, Petaluma, Cal. 

At Rutgers, 1866-69. Civil engineer and surveyor. Died, 1874. 



B.Sc. 

William V. CJlark, Matawan, N. J. 

Bom at Matawan, N. J., Dec. 3, 1851. Civil engineer. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1873). 

♦John Stanley Ferguson, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born In New York City, Mch. 3, 1846. Merchant. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1873). Died, March 9, 1906. 

Charles Chauncey Haven, Avon-by-the-Sea, N. J. 

Consulting engineer. City surveyor, Trenton, N. J., 1876-82, 
1886-92. City engineer, Trenton, N. J., 1894-1907. 

♦Harry Crockett Ives, St. Paul, Minn. 

Born at Newark, N. J., June 25. 1852. Assistant General Man- 
ager, Santa Fe R. R. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1873). Died, Aug. 31, 
1893. 

♦Taro Kusa Kabe, Echizen, Japan. 

Died, April 13, 1870. 
George Edward Sealy, St. Paul, Minn. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., June 8, 1851. Manufacturer. M.Sc. 

(Rutgers. 1873). 
Douwe Ditmars Williamson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Bound Brook, N. J., Jan. 21, 1851. Architect. M.Sc. 

(Rutgers, 1873). 



Benjamin Rosevelt Kissam Burke, Dunellen, N. J. 

Secretary and Treasurer, Dunellen Lumber and Stone Co. 
♦William Grant Cook, New York City. 

Born at Trenton. N. J., July 1, 1847. At Rutgers, 1867-69. 
Real estate. Died, April 19, 1904. 

Edwin Field, Red Bank, N. J. 

Born at Mlddletown, N. J., May 2, 1849. At Rutgers, 1866-70. 
Surgeon. President Hospital Staff and Chief Surgeon, Hospital, 
Long Branch, N. J. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1873). 



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Loxns Gordon Hanna. 

John Dunham Mabtin, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Retired. 
♦William Ross Robins, Long Island. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., June 19, 1849. At Rutgers, 1867-68. 

Broker. Died, Sept., 1902. 

Edwabd Francis Stanton. 

John Van Cleef Voobhees, Franklin Park, N. J. 



Farmer. 



1871. 



A.B. 

Aaron William Benson, Maitland, Florida. 

Bom at Cobleskill, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1843. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem.. 1874. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). 

♦Geobge Bebdine, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Bmnswlck, N. J., Dec. 6, 1851. Lawyer. City 
Attorney, 1878-80. Prosecutor of the Pleas, Middlesex county, 
1904-09. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). Died, Oct. 1, 1914. 

♦John Woodbuff Conklin, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Montyllle, N. J., Dec. 30, 1851. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Missionary to India, 1881-90. Field Secretary, Board of For- 
eign Missions, 1901-07. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). N. B. Sem., 
1876. Died, Sept. 12, 1909. 
John Lane Connet, Flemington, N. J. 

Born at Bedminster, N. J., Oct. 10, 1848. Lawyer. Judge, 
Hunterdon County Court of Common Pleas, 1901-12. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1888). 

EzBA Doai^e De Lamateb, Hudson, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). 
Joseph Fischeb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 17, 1853. Retired. LL.B. 

(Columbia, 1873). A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). 

Haley Fiske, New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 18, 1852. Vice President, 
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. Writer on Life Insurance. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1874). 

James Cobtelyou Gabbetson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at Middlebush, N. J., Aug. 8, 1851. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1874. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). 

James Edwabd Gbaham, River Edge, N. J. 

Bora at Catskill. N. Y., July 22, 1849. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1878. Albany Law School. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). 

Andbew Hageman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Readington, N. J., Mch. 3, 1850. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1874. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). 

♦William Hulit Lawbence, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Farmlngdale, N. J., Oct. 14, 1848. M. E. clergyman. 
Prof. Ancient Languages, Claflin Univ., 1878-81. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1874). Ph.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1893), D.D. (Taylor Univ., 
1893). Died, Dec. 13, 1914. 

♦Rodolph Cbochebon Oakley, Rah way, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). LL.B. (Columbia Law School, 
1874). 

Geoboe Edgab Pace, East Millstone, N. J. 

Born at Tewksbury, N. J., Jan. 22, 1851. Lawyer. Member, 
N. J. Assembly, 1887. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). 



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William Newton Todd, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Born in New Jersey, 1844. Presb. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 
1874. A.M. (Rutgers. 1874). D.D. 

Charles Francis Van Inwegen, Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Born at Port Jervis, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1849. President, First 
National Bank of Port Jervis. President, Board of Education, 
Port Jervis. President, Deerpark Club. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). 

♦WiLLARD Penfield Voorhees, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 28, 1851. Lawyer. Asso- 
ciate Justice Supreme Court, N. J. 1908-14. Trustee, Rutgers, 
1909-14. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1910). 
Died, May 31, 1914. 

William Wirt Wendover, Warwick, N. Y. 

Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1874). 
♦Edwin Bleecker Williamson, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Amity, N. Y., Apr. 5, 1852. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1874). LL.B. (Columbia Law School, 1873). Died, March 24, 
1906. 

♦John Henry Wyckoff, Vellore, India. 

Born at Roycefield, N. J., Sept. 28, 1851. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Missionary, India. Principal and Prof, of Theology, Arcot 
Sem., 1909-15. N. B. Sem,., 1874. A.M. (Rutgers, 1874). D.D. 
(Hope, 1892, Rutgers, 1899). Died, Apr. 28, 1915. 



♦Willis Horton Harder, Philmont, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1867-69. Manufacturer. Died, Jan. 12, 1879. 
♦William James Hill, Huron, S. D. 

Born in li'eland. At Rutgers, 1867-70. Presb. clergyman. N. 

B. Sem., 1872. Died, Sept. 9, 1904. 

♦John Hora Jackson, Plainfield, N. J. 

Bom at Rahway, N. J., Apr., 1849. At Rutgers, 1867-69. 
Lawyer. Borough Counsel of Plainfield. Died, April 4, 1894. 

Ananias Lawrence, Island Heights, N. J. 

Born at Bridgeton, N. J., Jan. 30, 1839. At Rutgers, 1867-69. 
M. E. clergyman. A.B. (Princeton, 1871). A.M. (Princeton, 
1874). D.D. (Dickinson, 1899). 

Walter William Schell, Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

Farmer. LL.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1871). 
♦Harry Ten Broeck von Romondt, Washington, D. C. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 11, 1849. At Rutgers, 
1867-71. In civil service. Died, Nov. 19, 1877. 

♦Alexander Henry Weir, East Orange, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1867-69. Civil engineer. General superintendent, 
Ohio Junction Railroad. Died, Feb. 28, 1902. 



B.Sc. 

♦James Kennedy Barton, Lampasas Springs, Tex. 

Born in Fairfax county, Va., May 31, 1852. Civil engineer. 
Tutor of Mathematics, Rutgers, 1873-74. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1874). C.E. (Rutgers, 1873). Died, Feb. 16, 1877. 

Stephen George Gano, New Castle, Pa. 

Born at Neshanic, N. J., July 28, 1849. Civil engineer. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1874). 

♦Winfield Scott Lasher, New York City. 

Assistant engineer. Department of Docks. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1874). C.E. (Rutgers, 1874). Died, Oct 14, 1899. 

Charles Phelps Williams Merritt, Clifton Springs, N. Y. 

Born at Piscatawaytown, N. J., July 1, 1852. Physician. 
Medical Missionary, China, 1885-93. M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1874). 
M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1878). 



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John Andebson Miller, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Dec. 30, 1850. Lawyer. Judge, First 
District, Newark, 1884-87. Judge Advocate, Lieut. Col., Divi- 
sion Staff, N. J. National Guard, 1895-1905. LL.B. (Columbia, 
1874). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1874). 

♦Chables Lansing Peuyn, Albany, N. Y. 

Bom at Albany, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1852. Manufacturer. M.Sc. 

(Rutgers, 1874). Died, July 7, 1906. 
♦Otis Comfort Tiffany, San Francisco, Cal. 

Assistant Paymaster, U. S. Navy, 1875-79. Promoted to P. 

A. Paymaster. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1874). Died, Oct. 31, 1897. 

Joseph Ward, Jr., Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Feb. 21, 1851. Retired. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1874). 

♦Silas Ebenezer Weir, Jr., Elkins, W. Va. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J. Civil engineer, Lehigh Valley 
Railroad. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1874). C.E. (Rutgers, 1877). 
Died, Oct. 4, 1898. 



New York City. 
August 13, 

Washington, D. C. 
Rutgers, 1869-70. 



Henry Herbert CJook. 

Residence when a student, Trenton, N. J. At Rutgers, 1869-71. 

♦Abbam Cboss Denman, Redlands, Cal. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 18, 1853. At Rutgers, one year. 
Grower and shipper of citrus fruits. Alderman, Newark, N. J., 
1880-82, 1893-95. Died, May 9, 1916. 

♦Thomas Augustus Devan, 

At Rutgers, 1868-70. Leather business. Died, 
1895. 

James Rush Marshall, 

Born at Carlisle, Pa., Oct. 30, 1851. At 

Architect. 

ZUN Zow Matsmuila (Junzo Matsumura), Tokio, Japan. 

Captain, Imperial Japanese Navy. Graduate of Annapolis Naval 
Academy. 

♦John Wesley Iwoske Nagai (Yoshida Kiyonari), Tokio, Japan. 

At Rutgers, 1868-70. ■ Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs. Mi- 
kado's Minister Plenipotentiary to United States, 1874-82. 
Chief Clerk Finance Department. Com. of Internal Revenue. 
Assistant Minister of Finance. Died, Aug. 3, 1891. 
Rodman McCamly Price, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at Weehawken, N. J., June 9, 1851. Civil engineer. Chief 
engineer, Department Parks, Brooklyn, 1900-08. 

♦Ko Zo Soogiwoora (Yoshinari Hatakeyama), Satsuma, Japan. 

At Rutgers, 1868-70. Officer in the Interior, Education and 
Foreign Affairs Departments. Director, Imperial Univ. of 
Tokio. Died at sea on his return from a visit to America, 1876. 

♦Walton Cuyler Tiffany, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Born at Coxsackle, N. Y., Mch. 24, 1850. At Rutgers, 1868-71. 
Analytical chemist. U. S. Government topographer, 1870-76. 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1897). C.E. Died, Nov. 24, 1902. 



1872. 
A.B. 



*Thomas Wallace Clemens, 



Bergen Point, N. J. 



Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). Died, June 22, 1885. 



James Schureman Nevius Demarest, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 21, 1851. 

C. A. President, Board of Publication, R. C. A., 1912-14. N. 

B. Sem., 1876. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). 



Queens, N. Y. 
Clergyman, R. 



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Chables Abndt Dunham, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 25, 1850. Treasurer N. 
B. Savings Institution. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). 
♦Geobge Shabpe Dubyee, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark. N. J., July 15, 1850. Lawyer. Member N. J. 
Assembly, 1878-79. Clerk In Chancery of N. J., 1881-86. U. S. 
District Attorney for N. J., 1888-90. Commissioner of Bank- 
ing and Insurance, 1891-96. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). Died, Oct. 
28, 1896. 

♦Edwabd D. Gillmobe, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Fortress Monroe, Va.. Nov. 9, 1851. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1875). Died. Oct. 29, 1890. 

William H. Hoffman, Saline, Mich. 

Born at Flemington, N. J., May 13. 1849. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1875. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). 

Geobge Hall Labqe, Flemington, N. J. 

Born at White House, N. J., Dec. 1. 1850. Lawyer. N. J. 
Senator, 1886-88. President N. J. Senate, 1888. Collector In- 
ternal Revenue, 1877-85, 1888-93. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). 

William James Leggett, Chatham, N. Y. 

Born at Ghent, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1848. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 

B. Sem.. 1875. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). Ph.D. (Univ. N. Y., 

1891). 

Benjamin Coby Muxeb, South Britain, Conn. 

Born at Lima, Indiana, Jan. 22, 1850. M. E. clergyman. N. B. 
Sem., 1875. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). 

Geobge Adam Ries, Oakland, Cal. 

Born at Herlngen, Germany. Oct. 18, 1846. Real estate. Presb. 
clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1875. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). 

Henby Scott Rokenbaugh, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 16, 1852. Lawyer. Author, "Tes- 
tamentary Capacity and the Mental Conditions Affecting It." 
LL.B. (Columbia, 1874). A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). 

Louis Johnes Eyebbon, Pompton Plains, N. J. 

Born at Bloomlngdale, N. J., Mch. 19, 1850. Lawyer. Author, 

"The Ryerson Family In America.** A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). 

LL.B. (Columbia, 1876). 
♦Chables Henby Steele, Detroit, Mich. 

Born at Ballston Spa, N. Y., July 18, 1851. Physician. Prof. 

Therapeutics, Cooper Med. Coll.. San Francisco. Cal.. 1884-98. 

M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1874). A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). Died, Jan. 

16, 1916. 
♦Geobge Henby Stevens, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Sept. 28, 1850. Lawyer. Assistant 

District Attorney, Albany county, 1875-77. Deputy Attorney 

General, N. Y. State. 1889-1903. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). Al- 
bany Law School, 1874. Died, May 25, 1911. 
Edwabd Woodbbidge Stbong, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Dec. 7, 1853. Lawyer. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1875). 
John Alfbed Van Neste, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Born at Weston, N. J., Dec. 25, 1849. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem.,. 1875. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). 
♦Chables Apolphus Whabton, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Belleville, N. J.. Sept. 14, 1851. Manufacturer. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1875). Died, Dec. 15, 1910. 
♦Mabtin Nevius Wyckoff, Tokio, Japan. 

Born at Middlebush, N. J., Apr. 1850. Missionary, R. C. A. 

Adjunct Prof. Physics and Laboratory Assistant. Rutgers, 1889- 

90. A.M. (Rutgers, 1875). D.Sc. (Rutgers, 1895). Died, Jan. 

27, 1911. 



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♦Andbew Watson Baibd, Belchertown, Mass. 

At Rutgers, 1868-70. M. E. clergyman. Boston Theological 
Sem., 1872. 

♦John Alexandeb Koon£S» New Y^ork City. 

Born In New York City, Mch. 18, 1848. At Rutgers, 1868-71. 
Lawyer. LL.B. (Univ. of N. Y., 1873). Died, May 28, 1906. 

♦Frederick William Ruhl, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Born at Giessen, Germany, June 23, 1847. At Rutgers, 1868-71. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1884. Died, Sept. 12, 1904. 

♦John Reade Stuyvesant, New York City. 

Born at Poughkeepsle, N. Y.(?) At Rutgers, 1868-70. Ranch- 
ing. Died, June 25, 1904. 



B.Sc. 

♦Edward Fuller Brooks, Lansdowne, Penn. 

Born at Cumberland, N. J., Sept. 30, 1848. General Superin- 
tendent, Philadelhpla, Wilmington and Baltimore R. R. Super- 
visor. Penn. R. R., at New Brunswick, N. J., 1877-80. Assistant 
Engineer, 1880-83. Principal Assistant Engineer, Jersey City, 
1883-93. Superintendent, Wilmington, 1893-95. Superintend- 
ent. Jersey City, 1895-99. Trustee, Rutgers, 1898-1904. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1875). C.E. (Rutgers, 1896). Died, Jan. 14, 1916. 
Joseph Burroughs, Hackensack, N. J. 

Manufacturer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1875). C.E. 
Albert Stanburrough Cook, New Haven, Conn. 

Born at Montville, N. J., Mch. 6, 1853. Prof. English Lang, 
and Lit., Yale. 1889- . Tutor, Mathematics, Rutgers, 1872-73. 
Associate in English, Johns Hopkins, 1879-81. Prof. English, 
Univ. California, 1882-89. Author of many books on the Eft- 
glish Language and Literature. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1875). A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1882, and Yale, 1889). Ph.D. (Jena, 1882). L.H.D. 
(Rutgers. 1889). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1906). 

♦Charles Heath, South Orange, N. J. 

Born at Newport, Ky., Nov. 26, 1853. Manufacturer. Died, 
July 8, 1900. 
John W. Herbert, New York City. 

Born at Marlboro, N. J., Aug. 3, 1853. Lawyer. Trustee, 
Rutgers, 1901- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1875). LL.B. (Columbia, 
1876). 
William Edward King, Landing, N. J. 

Born at Morristown, N. J., Sept. 23, 1848. Civil engineer. 
County engineer. Morris county. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1875). 

♦George Boardman Ogden, Millville, N. J. 

Lawyer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1875). Died, Oct. 15, 1888. 
Frederick James Potter, Bordentown, N. J. 

Railroad supervisor. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1875). 

♦James Fitz Randolph, Morristown, N. J. 

Born at Whippany, N. J., Feb. 22, 1853. Merchant. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers. 1874). E.M. (Columbia, 1876). Died, Nov. 19, 1900. 

♦Charles Herman Vannier, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1852. Civil engineer. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1874). Died. Oct. 12, 1911. 

♦Richard Lovell Williams, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1853. Civil engineer. City 
surveyor. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1874). 



Jacob Bell Cornell, Somerville, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Dec. 26, 1848. Physician and surgeon. 
-M.D. (Coll. P. and S.. 1879). 



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♦Theodobe Fbelinghuysen Cobnell, Somerville, N. J. 

Born in New York City, July 31, 1851. Farmer. Died, Apr. 
19, 1916. 

♦Joseph Rose Dennis, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Apr. 14, 1854. At Rutgers, 1869-71. 

Banker and broker. Died. July 27, 1912. 
♦James Mapes Dodge, Germantown, Penn. 

Born at Waverly. N. J.. June 30, 1852. Cornell, 1867-70. 

Rutgers, 1871-72. Mechanical engineer. Pres. J. M. Dodge Co. 

Director of many corporations. Died, Dec. 4. 1915. 

Chables Chauncey Hommann, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Lawyer. 
Daniel DuBois Smock, Red Bank, N. J. 

Born In Monmouth county, N. J., May 29, 1849. At Rutgers 

two years. Retired farmer. 



1873. 
A.B. 

♦RoBEBT Adbain, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 17, 1853. Lawyer. State 
Senator. N. J., 1888-94. President, Senate. 1891-93. Colonel, 
State Militia. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). Died, Jan. 30, 1911. 

Fbedebick Ebnest Allen, Brookhaven, N. Y. 

Born at New Haven. Conn., Apr. 21, 1850. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1876. Union Sem., P. G., 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1876). 

Hebbebt Bogqs, Newark, N. J. 
Lawyer. A.M. 

♦Geobge Hull Cleveland, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in New York City. May 27. 1851. Presb. clergyman. 

Teacher. N. B. Sem., 1876. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). Died, Feb. 
22, 1906. 

William Wynkoop Cook, Rolla, Mo. 

Born at Churchville, Pa., Nov. 21. 1843. M. E. clergyman. 
Union Sem., 1876. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 

♦Geobge Riley Dixon, Ridgway, Pa. 

Born at Neversink, N. Y., July 23, 1848. Lawyer. Superintendent 
of Schools, Elk county, Penn., 1875-87. Member Penn. Lesris- 
lature. 1893-1901. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). Died, June 11, 1912. 

Chables Piebson Dobbance, New York City. 

Born at Carbondale, Penn., May 25, 1852. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1876). 

Joseph Alexandeb Habpeb, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Born in County Down. Ireland, Sept. 20, 1839. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1875. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 

♦Howabd Habbis, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Born at Belleville, N. J., July 29. 1848. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Missionary, Japan, 1884-1904. N. B. Sem., 1876. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1876). Died, Jan. 13, 1916. 

♦Daniel Tbimble Hawxhubst, Kingsbridge, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1852. Bookkeeper. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1876). N. B. Sem., 1873-74. Died, Jan. 10, 1915. 

Peteb V. HuYSSOON, Orange, N. J. 

Bom in Buffalo, N. Y.. Oct. 13, 1852. Manager, Fisk Teachers' 
Agency, N. Y. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 

Geobge Shabpe Knickebbockeb, New York City. 

Bom at Red Hook, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1849. Physician. M.D. 
(Coll. P. and S., 1876). A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 



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ALUMNI. 15y 



Bloomfield Littell, New York City. 

Bom at Hoboken, N. J., July 29, 1852. Lawyer. LL.B. (Col- 
umbia, 1875). A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 
♦Adrian Vanderveer Martense, Flatbush, N. Y. 

Bom at Flatbush, N. Y., 1853. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1876). LL.B. (Col. Law School, 1875). Died, Jan. 3, 1898. 

Abram Irving Martine, Pine Bush, N. Y. 

Bom at Clarkstown, N. Y., Oct. 19, 1848. Clergyman, R.' C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1876. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 

♦John De Witt Peltz, Albany, N. Y. 
Bora at Coxsackie, N. Y.. June 26, 1853. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1876). LL.B. (Albany Law School, 1876). Died, May 
7, 1904. 

Claudius Rockefeller, Hudson, N. Y. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Albany Law School, 1876). A.M. (Rutgers, 
1876). 

♦John Ryley, Nyack, N. Y. 

Bom, 1851. Justice of the Peace. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 
Died, March 20, 1891. 

Isaac Stryker Schenck, Skillman, N. J. 

Born at Weston, N. J., Apr. 26, 1852. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1876. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 

♦Joseph Walworth Sutphen, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 26, 1853. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1876). LL.B. (Columbia, 1876). Died, Nov. 2, 1902. 

♦Alexander Gulick Van Aken, Jamesburg, N. J. 

Bom at Rhode Hall, Middlesex county, N. J., Jan. 17, 1852. 
Candidate for ministry, R. C. A. Farmer. N. B. Sem., 1876. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). Died, Mch. 28, 1913. 

Ira Van Allen, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Born at Bethlehem, N. Y., June 1, 1846. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1876. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 

♦Samuel Oakley Van der Poel, New York City. 

Bom at Albany, N. Y.. Aug. 7, 1853. Physician. Medical Di- 
rector, N. Y. Life Ins. Co., 1898-1912. Adjunct Prof. Medicine, 
Albany Med. Coll., 1880-82. Health Officer, Port of New York. 
Trustee, Rutgers. 1910-12. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1876). Hon. 
M.D. (Union, 1880). A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). Died, Apr. 22, 
1912. 

Jacob Outcalt Van Fleet, West Albany, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 31, 1847. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1876. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 

♦Peter Van Voorhees, Camden, N. J. 

Born near New Brunswick, N. J., June 15, 1852. Lawyer. 

Judge, Court of Errors and Appeals, 1900. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1876). Died, Feb. 25, 1906. 

Henry d' Eresby Weston, New York City. 

Born in Middlesex county, N. J. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1876). 

Charles Seymour Wright, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at New Utrecht, L. I., June 29, 1844. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1876. A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 



Madison Monroe Ball, Berne, N. Y. 

Teacher. 

♦John D. Bennett, New Haven, Mich. 

At Rutgers, 1868-73. Clergyman. Died, 1899. 

Fletcher Clark, 'Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Portsmouth, N. H., Nov. 23, 1851. At Rutgers, 1869- 

73. Bpisc. clergyman. Philadelphia Divinity School, 1885. 



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1873. 



William Percy Hillhouse, Denver, Col. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 1876). 
William Henby McKee, Corunna, Mich. 

Clergyman. LL.D. 
CHABtLES Howard Millspaugh, Wickatunk, N. J. 

Farmer. 
John H. C. Nevius, New York City. 

Manufacturer. 
William Henry Page, New York City. 

Insurance. Actor. 
Charles Wadswobth Pitcher, Clover Hill, N. J. 

Bom at Boght, N. Y., Mch. 2, 1849. At Rutgers, 1869-73. 

Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1876. 

*FiTz Randolph Stewart, Frederic, Md. 

At Rutgers, 1869-71. Died, July 4, 1871. 

♦Daniel Gilbert Van Mater, Columbus, N. J. 

Born at Holmdel, N. J.(?), 1852. At Rutgers, 1869-71. Physi- 
cian. M.D. (Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1875). Died, Feb. 
11, 1895. 
George Sidney Willits, Riverton, N. J. 

Born at Philadelphia, Penn., Feb. 21, 1853. At Rutgers, 2 
years. Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy. Retired. U. S. Naval Acad., 
1875. 

B.Sc. 

William Allen Chapman, Montreal, Canada. 

Born at Canajoharie, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1852. Manager of sales 
for the Rail Joint Co. Civil engineer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1876). 

Oswald Haldane, Cold Spring, N. Y. 

Author, "Genealogical History of Filkin Family." M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1876). 

James Thomas Lillis, Jersey City, N. J. 

Bom at West New York, N. Y., Mch. 6, 1853. Surrogate, Hud- 
son county, 1896-1906. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1876). 
♦Henry Augustus Neilson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in New York City, June 9, 1854. Manufacturer. Trus- 
tee, N. B. Savings Inst. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1876). Died, May 
6, 1912. 

♦Myron Randall Chauncey Peck, New York City. 

Physician. In charge of State Emigrant Insane Asylum. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1876). M.D. (Columbia, 1876). Died, Mch. 29, 1890. 

Clarence Peters, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Mch. 4, 1854. Manufacturer. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1876). 

William Picard Stephens, Bayonne, N. J. 

Born in PhiladelpWa, Pa., Aug. 5, 1854. Technical writer. 
Editor, Lloyd's Register of American Yachts, 1904- . M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1876). 

♦Charles Frederick Stillman, Plainfield, N. J. 

Bom at Plainfield, N. J.(?), 1853. Surgeon. Professor of 

Orthopedic Surgery, Woman's Medical College, 1884. M.Sc. 

(Rutgers, 1876). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1876). Died, 1892. 

♦Thomas Bliss Stillman, Hoboken, N. J. 

Born at Plainfield, N. J., May 24, 1852. Prof. Analytical 
Chemistry, Stevens Institute, 1886-1903. Prof. Engineering 
Chemistry, Stevens Institute, 1903-09. Author, "Engineering 
Chemistry," four editions. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1876). Ph.D. 
(Stevens, 1883). Died. Aug. 10, 1915. 



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♦Charles Townsend Van Santvoord, New York City. 

Bom at Albany, N. Y., 1854. Treasurer and General Manager, 
Albany Day Line of Steamboats. Trustee, Rutgers, 1893-95. 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1876). Died, July 5, 1895. 

Elbbidge Vansyckel, Jb., Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Mcb. 10, 1852. Civil engineer. 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1876). 

Hebbert Fulleb Watson, Escondido, Cal. 

M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1876). 

♦William Hall Williamson, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Flagtown, N. J., Apr. 26, 1855. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1881. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1876). Died, April 22, 1905. 



♦Frederick Augustus Conkling, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1870-71. Merchant. Died, 1874. 
Teunis G. Bergen Cortelyou, New York City. 

Clerk. 
Joseph Addison Croweix, Iron Mountain, Mich. 

Physician. M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1880). 
James Ketchum Dunscomb, Albany, N. Y. 

Bom at Albany, N. Y., Dec. 17, 1853. At Rutgers, 2 years. 

Treasurer, Albany Hardware and Iron Co., 1891- . 

♦John Henry Huyler, Tenafly, N. J. 

Born 1852. At Rutgers, 187(X-71. Member of N. J. Assembly. 
Died, July 10, 1891. 

♦Jeremiah B. Johnson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1870-72. Merchant. Died, Aug., 1896. 
Julio Martinez. 
Cornelius B. McCrellis, New Brunswick, N. J. 

General contractor. 
William Morgan, South River, N. J. 

Importer and publisher of Reward Cards. 
Henry Livingston Rutgers, ^ Granger, Wash. 

Born, 1852. Farmer. 
*F]dmund Stephens, Harrington Park, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Mch. 5, 1854. At Rutgers, 1870-71. 

Commercial traveler. Died, Mch. 22, 1913. 

Henry Cadmus Stryker, New York City. 

Born at Rhinebeck, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1853. At Rutgers, 1869-72. 
Lawyer. Organizer and promoter. Columbia Law School, 1881. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1892). 



1874. 
A.B. 

* William Bogardus Berry, Pasadena, Cal. 

Born at Syracuse, N. Y, Mch. 22, 1854. Physician. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1877). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1876). Died, Dec. 21, 

1896. 
*William Hornblower Bradijjy, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., 1853. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

LL.B. (Columbian Law School, Washington, D. C, 1876). 

Died, June 17, 1889. 
Ralph Watson Brokaw, Utica, N. Y. 

Born at Middlebush, N. J., Feb. 14, 1855. Presb. clergyman. 

Pastor, First Presb. Church, Utica. N, B. Sem., 1877. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1877). D.D. (Hamilton, 1903). 

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Ephraim Cutter, Woodbridge, N. J. 

Lawyer. Member, N. J. Assembly, 1887-89. A.M. (Rutgers, 

1877). 

♦Charles Davis, • Saugerties, N. Y. 

Born at Saugerties, N. Y., Sept. 9, 1853. Lawyer. State Sen- 
ator, 1895-98. Surrogate, Ulster county, 1898-1908. N. Y. 
State Water Commissioner, 1906-11. LUB. (Albany Law 
School, 1876). A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). Died, Dec. 21, 1913. 

Titus Elwood Davis, Washington, D. C. 

Bom at Platbush, Ulster county, N. Y., Apr. 15, 1851. Presb. 
clergyman. Author of books on local history, &c. N. B. Sem., 
1877. A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

*Jaques V. De Mott, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Middlebush, N. J., Oct. 25, 1852. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1877). Died, Dec. 22, 1889. 

Joseph Rankin Duryee, New York City. 

BoTn at Newark, N. J., Nov. 22, 1853. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Ti-ustee, Rutgers, 1905- . N. B. Sem., 1879. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1877). D.D. (Rutgers, X892). 

Howard Newton Fuller, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at New Baltimore, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1853. Banker. Com- 
missioner of Education, 1892. Comptroller, Albany, 1901-11. 
Civil Service Commissioner, 1916. Author of "On the Banks 
of the Old Raritan" and other poems. Trustee, Rutgers, 
1905- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

Perry James Fuller, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at New Baltimore. N. Y., Sept. 4, 1851. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(Columbia, 1876). A.M. (Rutgers, 1876). 

William Frederick Gaston, Passaic, N. J. 

Born at Pompton, N. J., Feb. 11, 1854. Lawyer. Member, 
N. J. Assembly, 1882-84. A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

Harry Latimer Janeway, New Brighton, N. Y. 

Born at Jersey City, N, J., Nov. 20. 1855. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

♦Charles Henry Theodore Krueger, Hoboken, N. J. 

Born at Stettin, Germany, July 11, 1850. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1877. A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). Died, Dec. 10, 1880. 
George De Witt Lydecker, Grafton, Mass. 

Born at Clarkstown, N. Y., Oct. 26, 1850. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1877. A.M. (feutgers, 1877). 

John Richard Manley, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Saddle River, N. J., June 11, 1850. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(Columbia, 1876). A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

Charles Meyer, Dresden, Germany. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

Theodore Denton Mills, Middletown, N. Y. 

Born at Bloomingburgh, N. Y., June 9, 1852. Physician and 

surgeon. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1876). A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

*JOHN Oppie, Griggstown, N. J. 

Born at Griggstown, N. J., Mch. 2, 1854. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). Died, Feb. 29, 1880. 

*Isaac Pumyea, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Three Mile Run, N. J., Nov. 30, 1853. Medical student. 
Died, Oct. 19, 1876. 

Charles Augustus Runk, New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 4, 1855. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(Columbia, 1876). A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

Louis Hoff Schenck, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Neshanic, N. J., Oct. 25, 1853. Lawyer. Law Judge, 
Somerset county, 1900-10. Trustee, Rutgers, 1905-10. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1877). 



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John Welch Seabino, Kingston, N. Y. 

Bom at Saugertles, N. Y., Mch. 22, 1855. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1877). 

Peter Davis Staats, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Raritan, N. J., Sept. 12, 1852. Topographical engraver. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

♦William Stoddard, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 30, 1853. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1877). LL.B. (Columbia Law School, 1877). Died, 
Dec. 13, 1882. 

Alan Hartwell Strong, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 5, 1856. Lawyer. General 
Attorney, Penn. R. R. Co. A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

♦David Mather Talmage, Hammond, La. 

Born at Amoy, China. Feb. 4, 1852. Clergyman, R. C. A. Mis- 
sionary to China, 1877-80. N. B. Sem., 1877. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1877). Died, Sept. 10, 1915. 

♦Alexander Brokaw Van Dervoort, Denver, Col. 

Born In Somerset county, N. J., July 28^ 1853. Manager. Law- 
yer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). Died, April 8, 1903. 

Amos Van Etten, Kingston, N. T. 

Bom at Hainesvllle, N. J., Aug. 31, 1852. Lawyer. Special 
County Judge, Orange county, 1884r-87. LL.B. (Albany Law 
School, 1876). A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 

♦John Newton Wyckoff, Somerville, N. J. 

Bom at White House, N. J., Feb. 21, 1852. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1877). LL.B. (Harvard, 1876). Died, Nov. 2, 1880. 



Parker J. Bixby. 

♦Charles Smith Bloomfield, Westfield, N. J. 

Born at Iselln, N. J., Apr. 25, 1852. At Rutgers, 1870-75. 
Lawyer. Columbia Law School, 1876. Died, Dec. 24, 1904. 

John Phillip Clum, Chicago, 111. 

Bom at Claverack, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1851. At Rutgers, 1870-71. 
Lecturer. Lawyer. EMltor. Mayor of Tombstone, Ariz., 1881. 
Chief of Division of P. O. Inspectors at Washington, 1898-1906, 
1908-11. 

Luther Cortelyou, Muscotah, Kan. 

, Born at Harllngen, N. J., Dec. 23, 1851. At Rutgers, 2 years. 

Bank President. First Vice Pres., National Grain Dealers' Asso- 
ciation, 1906. 

Gforge Washington Frey, Lancaster, Pa. 

AdOLPH (3rOESSLING. 

Garrett Smock Jones, Rahway, N. J. 

Bom at Holmdel, N. J., May 26, 1851. At Rutgers, 1871-73. 
Bank cashier. 

John Howard Kelly, New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 1, 1853. At Rutgers, 2 
years. Manufacturer. 

Sidney Oscar Lawsing, Catskill, N. Y. 

Born. at Amsterdam, N. Y., Apr. 16, 1846. At Rutgers, 2 years. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1879. 

James Parker, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Feb. 20, 1854. At Rutgers, 2 years. 
Brigadier General, U. S. Army, 1913- . Cadet, IT. S. Mili- 
tary Acad., 1872. Second Lieut., 4th Cavalry, 1876. First 
Lieut., 1879. Captain. 1888. Major, 1901. Adj't General, 
1901-05. Lieut. Colonel, 1903. Colonel, 1907. Congressional 
Medal of Honor, 1899. A.M. (Rutgers, 1877). 



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* Edward Tbenghard Price, Washington, D. 

Born at Hoboken, N. J., Dec. 25, 1852. At Rutgers, 4 years. 
Record clerk, War Department. Died, Nov. 9, 1915. 

George W. Ryebson. 
Edward Tennyson Simons. 
♦George Washington Van Horne, Jersey City, N. 

At Rutgers. 1870-74. Died, Nov. 29, 1874. 
♦Stephen Bassett Vreeij^^nd, Jersey City, N. 

Bom at Jersey City, N. J., Jan. 22, 1853. At Rugters, 1870-73. 
Medical student. Died, Dec. 19, 1875. 



B.Sc. 

Frank Worthy Kent, New York City. 

Manager, Local Dept. Continental Fire Ins. Co., 1888- . 



1875. 
A.B. 

John Haring Ackerman, Englewood, N. J. 

Farmer and gardener. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). 
•William Frederick Anderson, Fordham, N. Y. 

Bom at Peapack. N. J., Jan. 17, 1855. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Princeton Sem., 1879. A.M. (Rutgers. 1878). Died, July 24, 
1893. 

Robert Harley Barr, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Bom in Glasgow, Scotland, Nov. 30, 1851. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). Ph.D. (Rutgers, 
1884). 

Elam Mayhew Garton, Midland Park, N. J. 

M. E. clergyman. Drew Sem., 1872. M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1878). 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). D.D. (Taylor Univ., 1896). 

Howard Ghxespy, Saugerties, N. Y. 

Born at Saugerties, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1854. Treasurer and man- 
ager, manufacturing corporation. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). 

♦Walter Timothy Griffin, Plainfield, N. J. 

Bom at Flatbush, Ulster county, N. Y., June 15, 1852. Clergy- 
man, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1878. Consul, Limoges, France, 
1887-1906. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). Died, Dec. 13, 1907. 

Hendrick a. Hendrickson, Flushing, N. Y. 

Born at Queens, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1850. General agent. Clergy- 
man, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). 

♦James Kemlo, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom in Scotland, 1848. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 
1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). Died. Sept. 18, 1883. 

Walter Kip, Passaic, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). 
♦Louis John Lockwood, Morristown, N. J. 

Born at New Windsye, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1850. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). Died, March. 23, 
1903. 

♦William Augustus Newell, Jr., Olympia, Wash. 

Born at Allentown, N. J., June 24, 1855. Physician. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1878). M.D. (Univ. of Penn., 1877). Died, July 24, 
1886. 



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Pftiletus Theodore Pockman, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. 

Born at East Greenbush, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1853. CleTgyman, R. 
C. A. President, Board of Education, R. C. A., 1908-12. Presi- 
dent, General Synod, R, C. A., 1911. N. B. Sem., 1878. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1878). D.D. (Rutgers, 1894). 

William Hall Quick, Interlaken, N. Y. 

Born at Interlaken, N. Y., July 4, 1850. Farmer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1878). 

♦John Henby Salisbury, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Catskill, N. Y., Feb. 16, 1852. Presb. clergyman. N. 

B. Sem., 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). D.D. (Rutgers, 1890). 
Died, Jan. 10, 1891. 

John Pbeston Seable, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Schuylerville, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1854. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. Prof. Systematic Theology, N. B. Sem., 1893- . Presi- 
dent Faculty, N. B. Sem., 1900- . Trustee, Rutgers, 1898- . 
Secretary, Board of Trustees, 1906- . President, Council Re- 
formed and Presb. Churches. Author, "Outline Sketch of 
Theological Encyclopedia." N. B. Sem., 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1878). D.D. (Rutgers, 1893). 

♦James Gabretson Sutphen, Holland, Mich. 

Bom at Millstone, N. J., 1853. Professor of the Latin Lang. * 
and Lit, Hope, 1885-1911. N. B. Sem., 1876-78. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1878). Lltt.D. (Rutgers, 1906). Died, Dec. 13, 1911. 

♦Thomas Delano Swift, New York City. 

Bom at Geneya. N. Y., 1854. Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1878). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1879). Died, March 3, 1888. 

Oliver Habbis Walseb, Cohoes, N. Y. 

Born at Tomipkinsville, N. Y., Mch. 21, 1856. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Sem., 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). D.D (Rutgers, 
1900) . 

William Pebby Watson, ' Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Bolton, N. Y., May 17, 1854. Physician. Consulting 
Medical Director, Prudential Ins. Co., 1913- . M.D. (Coll. 
P. and S., 1878). A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). 

William Henby H. Way, Corapolis, Penn. 

Bora at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 3, 1855. Auditor. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1878). 

♦Ransfobd Wells, Jb., Flatbush, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). LL.B. (Columbia Law School, 
1877). Died at Portland, Oregon, Nov. 30, 1883. 

*Geobge Mobbis Williamson, Flushing, N. Y. 

Born at New Lots, L. I., Feb. 20, 1852. Bookkeeper. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1878). Died, Mch. 8, 1912. 
Benjamin Van Doben Wyckoff, Headington, N. J. 

Bom at Middlebush, N. J., June 1, 1856. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 1878). 



Fbank Elwood Ackebman. 
*Le Roy Bbumaghim, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1857. At Rutgers, 1871-75. 
Traveling salesman. Died, Aug. 6, 1912. 

Olaf Ekstbom. 
♦Abthub Theodobe Hoffman, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Bom at Mamaroneck, N. Y., Apr. 21, 1854. At Rutgers, 1871- 
73. Lawyer. A.B. (Univ. K. Y., 1875). LL.B. (Columbia, 
1877). M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1881). Died, Aug., 1894. 

Henby Kip, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Rutherford, N. J„ Dec. 17, 1852. At Rutgers, one and 
one-half years. Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1877). 



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William Edwin Knickebbockeb, Upper Red Hook, N. Y. 

Real estate businesB, 1907- . 
*JoHN Abbaham Lott, Jr., Flatbush, N. Y. 

Bom at Flatbush, N. Y., June 30, 1856. At Rutgers, 1871-73. 
Lawyer. A.B. mniv. N. Y», 1875). LL.B. (Columbia, 1877). 
Died, Feb. 2, 1905. 

♦John Phuip Bausman Pendleton, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 18, 1855. At Rutgers, 1871-75. 
Episc. clergyman. A.B. 1876. General Theological Sem., 1877. 
D.D. (Union). Died, Nov. 15, 1904. 

Fbank Moyer Petebs, New York City. 

Automobiles. 
♦Fbancis Page Slade, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Boston, Mass., Mch. 14, 1856. At Rutgers, 1871-74. 
Lawyer. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1875). A.M. 1878. LUB. 
(Univ. N. Y., 1878). Died, Dec. 11, 1906. 

♦John J. Snyder. 

At Rutgers, 1871-75. Editor. Died, 189- 
*J0HN Jacob Van Nest, Freehold, N. J. 

. Born at New Market, N. J., Sept. 19, 1854. At Rutgers, 1871- 
74. Insurance. Died, April 2, 1888. 
John Richardson Wood, Denver, Col. 

M. E. clergyman. 



B.Sc. 

♦Samuel De Verb Burr, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Jan. 23, 1855. Journalist. Associate 
Editor, "Engineering > News," 1880-84. "Scientific American," 
1884-87. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). C.B. (Rutgers, 1885). Died, 
Oct., 1908. 

Howard Voorhees Buttler, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Manufacturer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1878). 
♦Gansevoort Van Vranken Cobtelyou, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Hackensack, N. J., Jan. 15, 1854. Bookkeeper. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1878). Died, Dec. 1, 1914. 

ICHizo Hattobi, Kobe, Japan. 

Governor of Hiogo Ken. Vice Pres., Univ. Tokio. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1878). LL.D. (Rutgers, 1900). 

* Henry Latimer J anew ay, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J. Manufacturer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1878). Died, March 16, 1903. 

Robert Anderson Meekeb, Plainfield, N. J. 

Bom at Plainfield, N. J., Sept. 25, 1854. State Highway En- 
gineer, N. J., 1900- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1878). C.E. (Rutgers, 
1906). 

♦Peteb a. Monfobt, Mattituck, N. Y. 

Bom in Kings county, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1853. Farmer. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1878). Died, Aug. 21, 1911. 

Abthub Louis Titsworth, Plainfield, N. J. 

Bom at Plainfield, N. J., Feb. 26, 1855. Expert Accountant. 
Potter Printing Press Co. Organist and choir director, Trinity 
Refd. Church, 1882- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1878). 

Frank Van Wyck, Hopewell Junction, N. Y. 

Born at Fishkill Plains, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1854. Retired merchant. 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1878). 

♦Jacob Ewing Wabd, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Florham Park, N. J., July 17, 1853. Lawyer. Vice 
Pres. Prudential Ins. Co. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1878). Died, July 
30, 1913. 



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Charles Lawton Demarest Washbubn, Washington, D. 0. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Feb. 11, 1856. Lawyer. Clerk, U. 
S. Treasury Department. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1878). 



♦George Frederick Ashton, San Francisco, Cal. 

Bom on Staten Island, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1855. At Rutgers, 1871- 
73. Fire insurance adjuster. Died, Nov. 16, 1899. 

Ebenezer Condict Babbitt, Denver, Col. 

Born at Mendham, N. J., Dec. 2, 1849. At Rutgers, 1871-73. 
Civil and mining engineer. 

♦Harrington Mapes Dodge, New York City. 

Born In New York City, Nov. 15, 1855. At Rutgers, 1871-75. 
Manufacturer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1878). Died, Feb. 2, 1881. 

♦WiLLARD Combes Dunham, New York City. 

Bom at Flemington, N. J., Sept. 17, 1855. At Rutgers, 1871- 
73. Receiving Teller, Hanover Nat. Bank. Died, Oct. 22, 1897. 

♦Charles Stitt Eltinge, . Spokane, Wash. 

Born at New Paltz, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1854. At Rutgers, 1871-73. 
Manufacturer. Banker. Died, Mch. 1, 1910. 

♦Samuel Van Winkle Hageman, Middlebush, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1871-73. Master of Accounts, Eastman's Business 
College, 1874. Died, March 25. 1878. 

♦Franklin Lippincott, Westville, N. J. 

At Rutgers. 1871-73. Died, Jan. 15, 1885. 
Benjamin Franklin Mathews, Forked River, N. J. 

Teacher. 
♦Daniel S. Schanck, Freehold, N. J. 

Born, 1854. At Rutgers, 1871-73. Lawyer. Died, March 31, 

1901. 

Shumm^v Shiramine, Tokyo, Japan. 

Retired shipbuilder. Received a meritorious decoration from 
Japanese government, Feb. 1, 1909, on patented invention of 
portable .folding boat for use of Japanese army. 

Rynier Veghte, Somerville, N. J. 

Born near Raritan, N. J., Aug. 1, 1854. At Rutgers, three 
years. Manufacturer. 

♦Edward Washington Vreeland, Passaic, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1871-73. Accountant. Died, Feb., 1882. 
♦Stephen Scudder Vreeland, Greenville, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Nov. 22, 1854. At Rutgers, 1871-75. 

Lawyer. Journalist. Died, July 25, 1904. 

1876. 
A.B. 

John Bancker Aycrigg, Walden, N. Y. 

Born in Bergen county, N. J., Aug. 15, 1855. Farmer. Phvsi- 
cian. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1879). A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). * 

Eugene Samuel Booth, Yokohama, Japan. 

Born at Trumbull, Conn., Aug. 16, 1850. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Missionary to Japan. Principal, Ferris Seminary, 1882- . 
N. B. Sem., 1879. A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). 

Chari^p Bradley, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Aug. 31, 1857. Brewer. Vice Presi- 
dent and Treasurer P. Ballantine & Sons. Delegate to National 
Republican Convention, 1896. State Director of Railroads and 
Canals, 1899-1909. Director in various corporations. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1879). Columbian Law School, Washington. D. C. 
1878. 



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♦Henry Miller Cox, Harrington Park, N. J. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., July 5, 1854. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
President Board of Publication, R. C. A., 1914-16. Author, 
"Rutgers, '76," "The Cox Family In America," &c. N. B. Sem., 
1879. A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). Drowned In Oradell Lake, July 
4, 1916. 

Cornelius Peterson Ditmars, Niskayuna, N. Y. 

Born at Roycefield, N. J., Apr. 23, 1853. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Stated Clerk and Treas. Particular Synod of Albany, 1889- . 
N. B. Sem., 1879. A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). 

♦Edward Henry Duryee, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Dec. 4, 1857. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgexs, 

1879). LL.B. (Columbia Law School, 1878). Died, Dec. 14, 
1905. 

William Budd Gillmore, Jersey City, N. J. 

• Born at West Point, N. Y., Nov. 14, 1856. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1879). 

♦Henry Niles Johnson, Coeymans, N. Y. 

Born at Coeymans, N. Y.. Nov.. 1852. ' Physician. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1879). M.D. (Union, 1881). Died, July 12, 1897. 

♦Haydn Clarke Ketxy, New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1855. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1879). LL.B. (Yale, 1878). Died, Feb. 16, 1904. 

Charles Abbott Limeburner, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born on clipper ship "Samuel Russel," at sea, Nov. 18, 1854. 

Physician and surgeon. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1879). A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1879). 

John Edward Lyall, South Millbrook, N. Y. 

Born at Copake, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1852. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1879. A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). 

Peter Houston Milliken, New York City. 

Born at Crawford, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1851. Clersryman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem.. 1879. A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). Ph.D. (Univ. N. Y., 
1889). D.D. (Rutgers, 1899). 

♦Albert Dod Minor, Mohawk, N. Y. 

Born at Ccntreville, Mich., .Tan. 12. 1850. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
Teacher. Chaplain, 203d Regt., N. Y. Vols., 1898-99. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1879). Died, Aug. 11, 1910. 

♦David Murray, New York City. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). Died, June 7, 1913. 
William PIosea Nasholds, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Born at Knox, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1851. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 
B. Sem., 1879. A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). 

George Luther Nevius, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 
1879). A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). 

William Horton Price, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 9. 1855. Plumbing and 

heating. Postmaster, New Brunswick, 1887-93. Tax (Collector, 
1893-96. A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). 

John Duffield Prince, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1856. Lawyer. LL.B. (Col- 
umbia, 1878). A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). 

James Augustus Romeyn, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at Blawenburgh, N. J., May 15. 1853. Lawyer. Real es- 
tate. Columbia Law School, 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). 

William Wyckoff Schomp, Beacon, N. Y. 

Born at Bedmihster, N. J., Nov. 19, 1853. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1879. A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). 



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Beegen Bbokaw Staats, Candler, Florida. 

Born at Fair Hill, Md., Apr. 15, 1853. Preeb. Clergyman. N. 
B. Sem., 1879. A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). 

Path. Frederick Sutphen, Cleveland, O. 

Bom in Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1856. Presb. clergyman. 
Trustee, Western Reserve Univ. Union Sem., 1877-78. A.M. ♦ 
(Rutgers, 1879). D.D. (Rutgers, 1893). 

William Rivers Taylor, Rochester, N. Y. 

Born in Philadelphia, Sept. 28. 1856. Presb. clergyman. Pas- 
tor Brick Presb. Church, 1888- . Trustee, Univ. Rochester. 
Director, Auburn Theological Sem. N. B. Sem., 1879. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1879). D.D. (Univ. Rochester, 1891, and Rutgers, 
1912). 

Foster McGowan Voorhees, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Clinton, N. J., Nov. 5, 1856. Lawyer. Member, N. J. 
Assembly, 1888-90. State Senator, N. J., 1894-98. Acting 
Govemor, N. J., 1898. Governor. N. J., 189^1902. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1879). liL.D. (Rutgers, 1898, and Princeton, 1901). 

*J0HN ScHENCK VooRHEES, New Brunswlck, N. J. 

Bom near Three Mile Run, N. J., Nov. 30, 1855. Lawyer. 
Prosecutor of Pleas, Middlesex county, 1896-1904. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1879). Died, March 2, 1904. 

♦Theodore Havelock Walser, New Brighton, N. Y. 

Born at Tompkinsville, N Y., Nov. 7, 1858. Law student. 
Columbia Law School; 1876-78. Died, April 24, 1878. 

Henry Westbrook Winfield, New Haven, Conn. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Jan. 4, 1857. Lawyer. Instructor, 
Yale Univ. LL.B. (Columbia, 1879). A.M. (Rutgers, 1879). 



*J0HN P. Casper, Howe's Cave, N. Y. 

Bom near Howe's Cave, N. Y., Mch. 17, 1851. At Rutgers, 
1872-74. Died, April 29, 1874. 

Edwin Everett Colburn, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at New Baltimore, N. Y., June 4, 1854. At Rutgers two 

and one-half years. Manufacturer. 
Theophilus a. Friedel. 

Residence when a student. New York City. At Rutgers, 1872-74. 
*JoHN Lefferts, Jr., Flatbush, N. Y. 

Born at Flatbush, L. I., Mch. 1, 1854. At Rutgers, 1872-75. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 1876). Died, May 28, 1905. 
Thomas Morrell Moore, New York City. 

Merchant. 
Frank Jarvis Mundy, Hollywood, Cal. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., June 21, 1852. Presb. clergyman. 

Princeton Sem., 1878. A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). D.D.j' 
Nagateru Yasujiro Outska (Utsuka), Kanagawa Ken, Japan. 

Roland Henshall Stubbs, Waterford, N. Y. 

Physician and surgeon. A.B. (Rutgers, 1877). M.D. (Univ. 

N. Y., 1878). 
*Courtland Calvin Van Deusen, Canaan, N. Y. 

Born at Hollowvllle, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1853. At Rutgers, 1872-76. 

Lawyer. Died, Aug. 16, 1913. 
* William Armitage Van Zakdt, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Alban(y, N. Y. Merchant. Died, Oct. 6, 1907. 
La Rue Vredenburgh, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Somerville, N. J.. July 29, 1855. At Rutgers three 

years. Lawyer. State Bank Examiner, 1899- . 



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Samuel Isett Woodbbidqe, Shanghai, China. 

Born at Henderson, Ky., Oct. 16, 1856. Editor, "Chinese 
Christian Intelligencer." Missionary, Southern Presb. Church, 
1882-. Author, "China's Only Hope," "Short History of 
Chinkiang." A.B. (Rutgers, 1893). D.D. (Westminster Coll. 
Mo., 1910). Princeton Sem., 1882. 

♦John Eliot Woodbbidge, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1855. . At Rutgers, 
1872-74. A.B. (Union, 1876). Union Sem. Died, Oct. 3, 1879. 



B.Sc. 

Gbobge WILLLA.M KuEHNLE, New York City. 

Born In New York City, Nov. 23, 1855. U. S. assistant engineer. 
M.Sc. (Rutgers,. 1879). C.E. (Rutgers. 1903). 

Cablton Bbownell Piebce, Cranford, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., June 22, 1857. Lawyer. Member N. J. 
Assembly, 1908-09. Albany Law School, 1878. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1879). 

♦WILLLA.M AUMACK, Tom's Rivcr, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1872-74. 
WiLLABU Walkeb Cutleb, Morristown, N. J. 

Born at Morristown, N. J., Nov. 3, 1856. At Rutgers, 1872-74. 
Lawyer. Circuit Court Judge. Prosecutor of Pleas, Morris 
county, 1882-93. Law Judge, Morris county, 1893-98. 

♦Spenceb Cone Devan, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Born, 1856. At Rutgers, 1873-76. Physician. Medical student, 
Univ. N. Y., 1876-79. U. S. Marinei Hospital Service. Pro- 
fessor, Kansas City Coll. P. and S. Died, Feb. 3, 1893. 

♦Jebome Johnson, Rahway, N. J. 

Born, Aug. 3, 1855. At Rutgers, 1872-74. Merchant. Died, 
June 4, 1882. 

William Hubebt Osbobne. 
Manufacturing agent. 

♦Joseph Godfbey Palmeb, Kansas City, Mo. 

Born at Brownsville, Texas, Feb. 29, 1856. At Rutgers, 1872-74. 
Bank President. Mayor. Colonel on Grovemor's Staff, Iowa. 
Died, May 7, 1907. 

*Chables S. Roe, Canoga, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1872-74. Physician. 

* Edwin Fobbest Ross, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J. At Rutgers, 1872-76. Died, 
April 6, 1876. 

♦Isaac Denman Vandebpoel, New York City. 

Bookkeeper. 
John Wabben, New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 26, 1856. At Rutgers 
two years. Physician. Medical Director, Equitable Life As- 
surance Society, 1898-1908. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1881). 
Nicholas Dobemus Wobtendyke, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 14, 1854. At Rutgers, 1872-74. 
Assistant Chief Engineer, Dept. Streets and Public Improve- 
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1877. 
A.B. 

Henby Mackness Tbaphagen Beekman, New York City. 

Born at North Branch, N. J., Apr. 11, 1855. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1880). 

Abraham S. Bbinckebhoff, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Wood Ridge, N. J., Feb. 5, 1856. Physician. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1880). M.D. (N. Y. Homoepathic Med. Coll., 1892). 

*RoBEBT FiNDLAY FiscHEB, Chicago, 111. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., Oct. 5. 1856. Printer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1880). Died, Dec. 6, 1915. 

♦Eabl Ansel Holdbidoe, Santa Monica, Cal. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N, Y., Oct. 30, 1851. Presb. clergyman. 
Ordained Evangelist, 1893. A.M. (Rutgers, 1880). Died, Jan. 
23, 1904. 

*James Piebpont Lakgdon, Jb., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1856. Business. A.M. (Rutgers, 1880). Died. April 
30, 1883. 

CoBNELTDS HoAGLAND PoLHEMUS, Ulster Park, N. Y. 

Born at Middlebush, N. J., Dec. 2. 1853. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Pxof. Languages, Tabor Coll., Iowa, 1893-96. N. B. Sem., 1880. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1880). 

Henby Pabsell Schneeweiss, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 19, 1856. Treasurer of 
Rutgers College, 1915- . 

*Gabbet Zabbiskie Snideb, Nyack, N. Y. 

Born at Spring Valley, N. Y., Aug. 24. 1856. Lawyer. District 
Attorney, Rockland county, 1889-91. A.M. (Rutgers, 1880). 
Died, Dec. 27, 1898. 
*Hebman Wendell Van deb Poel, New York City. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., July 8, 1856: Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1880). LL.B. (Columbia, 1880). Died, March 16, 1906. 

♦John Quick Van Debveeb, Austin, Texas. 

Born at North Branch, N. J., Mch. 15, 1854. Presb. clergyman. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1880). Licensed, 1880. Died, and buried at sea, 
June 24, 1880. 

William Hebman Van Steenbebgh, New York City. 

Born at Rhlnebeck, N. Y., Nov. 30, 1857. Lawyer. Trustee, 
Rutgers, 1903-13. LL.B. (Columbia, 1879). A.M. (Rutgers, 
1880). 

♦Stephen Condict Van Winkle, Passaic, N. J. 

Born at Rutherford, N. J., June 11. 1857. Farmer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1880). Died, Aug. 26, 1883. 

♦Henbi Veghte, Blawenburg, N. J. 

Born at Griggstown, N. J., Jan. 23, 1857. Prof. Modern Lan- 
guages, Hope College, 1897-1904. Teacher. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1880). Died, June 27, 1916. 

Robebt F. Stockton Wabk, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 4, 1854. Foreman. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1880). 

Samuel Mebsebeau Woodbbidge, San Bernardino, Cal. 

Born at Saratoga, N. Y., Apr. 26, 1857. Agricultural chemist. 
Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1880). Ph.D. (Univ. N. Y.). 

William Fobman Wyckoff, Jamaica, N. Y. 

Born in Monmouth county, N. J., Apr. 18, 1858. Lawyer. 
Judge of General Sessions, Queens county, 1887-91. President, 
Board of Education. 1888-90. Trustee, Rutgers, 1899-1909. 
LL.B. (Columbia, 1879). A.M. (Rutgers, 1880). 



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♦William James Ohesebbo, Knox, N. Y. 

Born at Knox, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1851. At Rutgers, 1873-75. 
Farmer. Teacher. Died, May 15, 1913. 

John Haines Knox, Lebanon, N. J. 

Mine manager. 

♦Mabvin Tiiorne Merchant, Watervliet, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, 1859. At Rutgers, 1873-75. Chief 

Inspector, Watervliet Arsenal, 1887-1905. Died. Dec. 31, 1905. 

Abeam Van Cleef Nevius, East Millstone, N. J. 

Born at East Millstone, N. J., Sept. 9, 1856. At Rutgers two 
years. Farmer. 

Habry Schoonmaker, New York City. 

Lawyer. 
*WiLLiAM George Ely See, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Buflfalo. N. Y., Sept. 26. 1857. At Rutgers, 1873-74. 

Lawyer. Died, Nov. 1, 1904. • 
*WiLLiAM Leggett Skinkle, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Feb. 10, 1854. At Rutgers, 1873-76. 

Lawyer. Died, April 13, 1890. 

ScHUYLEB Netlson Wabben, New York City. 

Stock broker. 

B.Sc. 

*J0HN Fbancis Ladley, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 28, 1857. Died, Dec. 21, 

1878. 

Leonob Fbesnel Lobee, New York City. 

Born at Fulton, 111., Apr. 23, 1858. President Delaware and 
Hudson Company, 1907- . President and Director of thirty-four 
companies controlled by the same. Fourth Vice Pres. Penn. 
lines west of Pittsburgh, 1901. Pres. Baltimore and Ohio R. R., 
1901-04. Pres. Rock Island Co., 1904. Chairman Exec. Com. 
Kansas City Southern Railway, 1906- . President, American 
Railway Association, 1899-1901. Chairman, U. S. Delegation, 
International Railway Congress at Paris in 1900. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1880). C.E. (Rutgers. 1896). 
William James Nelson, New Market, N. J. 

Born at Plainfield, N. J., July 4, 1854. Physician. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1880). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1880). 

*Edwabd Ingelow Pitman, Buenos Ayres, S. A. 

Civil engineer M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1880). C.E. (Rutgers, 1892). 
Died, Dec. 3. 1907. 
Chables Taylob Pomeboy, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., June 2, 1855. Chemist. Manufacturer 
* of writing fluids. President and treasurer, Pomeroy Co. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1880). Ph.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1888). 

Ellis Fbank Potteb, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Mount Pleasant, N. J., Sept. 9, 1855. Dentist. N. Y. 
Dental College, 1890. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1880). 

♦Edwabd Andebson Reiley, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Born at Succasunna, N. J,, Oct. 27, 1855. Physician. President 
Board Education six years. County Physician six years. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1880). M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1881). Died, June 9, 1914. 

William Maxson Stillman, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Plainfield, N. J., Nov. 23, 1856. Lawyer. City Judge, 
Plainfield, 1892-94, 1902-04. Corporation Counsel, Plainfield, 
191^15. LL.B. (Columbia, 1879). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1880). 

Geobge McClellan Taylob, Red Bank, N. J. 

Born at Rumson, N. J., Dec. 2, 1855. Consulting and Supervising 
Engineer. Junior Assistant Engineer, War Dept, 1887-1914. 
Author, "Record and History, Class of 1877." M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1880). C.E. (Rutgers, 1903). 



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Alfred Alexander Titswobth, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Plainfleld, N. J., Dec. 4, 1852. Professor Civil En- 
gineering and Graphics, Rutgers, 1904- . Dean or Engineer- 
ing, Rutgers, 1915- . Prof. Graphics and Mathematics, Rut- 
gers, 1886-1904. Supreme Court Commissioner, re-establishing 
county line between Morris and Somerset, 1893-94. Do., be- 
tween Hunterdon and Morris, 1896. Author, "Elements of Me- 
chanical Drawing." M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1880). C.E. (Rutgers, 
1880). D.Sc. (Rutgers, 1907). 

♦Isaac Van Winkle, Spokane, Wash. 

Born, July 20, 1855. Real estate. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1880). 
Died, Oct. 6, 1913. 
La Rue Vredenbubgh, Boston, Mass. 

Born at Springfield, 111., Sept. 24, 1855. Assistant to Gen. 
Supt. Edison Electric Illuminating Co., 1912- . M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1880). 

♦WiLLLAM Russell Whitehead, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., July 18, 1856. Treasurer, Mercer 
Pottery Co. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1880). Died, June 9, 1913. 

William Gabdner Barnes, Seattle, Wash. 

Born in Mass., Mch. 12. 1857. At Rutgers two years. Mer- 
chant. 

Edwin J. Eneas. 

Alfred Wolcott Gibbs, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Fort Filmore, N. M, Oct. 27, 1856. At Rutgers one 
year. Chief Mechanical Engineer, Penn. R. R. Mechanical en- 
gineer, Stevens, 1878. 

Yasutaro Hara, (?) Yedo, Japan. 

Governor of Province. 

William Smith Ketcham, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Nov., 1855. At Rutgers one year. Archi- 
tect and builder. 

*JOHN LOTT NOSTRAND, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at New Utrecht, N. Y., Mch. 2, 1856. At Rutgers, 1873- 
75. Lawyer. City Magistrate, 1895-1900. Died, Aug. 3, 1913. 

♦Timothy Foster Nostrand, New Utrecht, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1873-76. Farmer. Died, Nov. 3, 1885. 

YosHio Ohsawa, (?) Aichy, Japan. 

Zen Kichy Ongawa, (?) Aichy, Japan. 

BoTn, 1855. Director of the Japan Ocean Navigation Co. 

♦Kanichero Taku, Saga, Japan. 

At Rutgers, 187^76. Died, 1901. 
♦James Alexander Talmage, Napanoch, N. Y. 

Born at Chittenango, N. Y. At Rutgers, 1873-75. Died, May, 
1877. 
Josiah Tice, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Civil engineer and land surveyor. City Engineer, New Bruns- 
wick, 1885-91. 
Clinton De Witt Van Dyck, New York City. 

Born at Coxsackie, N. Y., Apr. 6, 1855. At Rutgers three years. 
Physician. Medical Supervisor, Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 
M.D. (Albany Med. Coll., 1879). 

Ernest Patten Waite, Eureka, Cal. 

With Western Supply Co. 
♦Daniel Waldo, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1873-75. Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1878). 
Died, 1893. 



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1878. 



1878. 
A.B. 

Louis Bevieb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Marbletown, N. Y., Apr. 22, 1857. Prof. Greek Lang, 
and Lit., Rutgers, 1893- . Dean of Rutgers College, 1912- . 
State Inspector High Schools, N. J., 1904^-09. Instructor in 
French, Rutgers, 1883-85. Adjunct Prof. Mod. Languages, 
1885-90. Acting Prof. Latin, 1887-89. Prof. Mod. Languages, 
1890-93. Sec. Extension Dept., 1892-1904. Author, "French 
Grammar," "Brief Greek Syntax." A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). 
Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins, 1881). Lltt.D. (Rutgers, 1908). 

Henry James Bogardus, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Fishkill Landing, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1858. Physician. 

N. B. Sem., 1881. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). M.D. (Univ. N. Y. 
Med. Coll., 1883). 

Frederick Joseph Collier, Hudson, N. Y. 

Bom at Geneva, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1856. Lawyer. Trustee, Rut- 
gers, 1891- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). 

Everett Mallory Culver, New York City. 

Surgeon. Demonstrator of Post Graduate Ctoll. N. Y. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1881). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1881, and Berlin, 
1884). 

John Edward Elmendorf, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 3, 1858. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1881). Ph.B. (Rutgers, 1881). 

♦NicoLL Floyd Elmendorf, New York City. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1857. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1881). Died, Nov. 19, 1890. 

Charles Everett, Belmar, N. J. 

Born at Dutch Neck, N. J., May 19. 1854. Presb. clergyman. 
Princeton Sem., 1881. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). D.D. (Ruther- 
ford Coll., N. C, 1896). 

♦John Blair Gibes, New York City. 

Born, Sept. 25, 1858. Physician and surgeon. A.M. (Rutgers, 

1881). M.D. (iJniv. of Penn., 1881, and Coll. P. and S., 1882). 

Surgical staff, Bellevue Hospital, 1881-83. Surgeon, U. S. 

Navy in Spanish War. Killed in a skirmish at Guantanamo, 

Cuba, June 12, 1898. 
♦Sei-ichi Kudo, Tokio, Japan. 

Born in Japan. Author. Prof. Physics. Sapporo Agrlc. Coll., 

1881-83. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). Died, Dec. 15, 1906. 

George Le F^vre, Forest Glen, N. Y. 

Born at Forest Glen, N. Y., Apr. 24, 1856. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1881. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). 

*WiLLiAM BuRNHAM MARSHALL, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born in Valpariso, Chili, Apr. 10, 1858. Teacher. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1881). Died. Sept. 16, 1881. 

John Hull McLean, Eatontown, N. J. 

Farmer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). LL.B. (Columbia, 1881). 

Otto E. Meyer, Alstead Center, N. H. 

Retired. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). 

Henry Merrill Orne, New York City. 

Bom at Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 25, 1859. General Secretary. N. 

Y. Young Men's Christian Association. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). 

James Henry Owens, Macon, Ga. 

Born at Hyde Park, N. Y.. Jan. 4, 1857. Presb. clergyman. 

N. B. Sem., 1881. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). D.D. (Lafeyette, 
1907). 



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CoRTLANDT Pabker, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at' Newark, N. J., Aug. 17, 1857. Lawyer. Assistant 
U. S. District Attorney, N. J., 1900-03. U. S. District Attor- 
ney, 1903. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). LL.B. (Columbia, 1881). 

♦William Henry Scuddeb, Rio Vista, Cal. 

Born at Vellore, India, Feb. 10, 1857. Cong'l clergyman. N. B. 
Sem., 1882. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). Died, May 26, 1911. 
John Lawson Senior, Waverly, Kan. 

Born at Montgomery, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1854. Lawyer. State 
Senator, 1889-1903. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). 

George Edward Stubbs, New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 3, 1857. Ecclesiastical 
musician. Organist and choirmaster, St. Agnes Chapel, N. Y., 
1892- . Instructor in Ecclesiastical Music, General Theologi- 
cal Sem., N. Y., 1888-1902. Writer on Ecclesiastical Music. 
A.M. (Rutgers. 1881). Mus. Doc. (Univ. of the South, 1904). 

♦EiGBEBT Teabs, St. Paul, Minn. 

Born at Montgomery, N. Y., Mch. 22, 1856. N. B. Sem., 
1878-80. Died. Jan. 27, 1880. 

Howard Davidson Terhune, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Dec. 16, 1859. Cashier, Hacken- 
sack National Bank. Lawyer. Columbia Law School, 1881. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). 

John Van deb Poel, New York City. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1858. Physician. Lecturer on 
Genito-Urinary Diseases at the Univ. and Bellevue Med. Coll. 
M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1881). A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). 

♦John Smalley Letson Van Deventeb, Denver, Col. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J.(?) 1859. Physician. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1881). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1880). Died, March 21, 
1889. 

♦Henby Cone Van Dolsen, New York City. 

Born, 1857. Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). M.D. (Coll. 

P. and S., 1882). Died, 1887. 
♦Jonah Walteb Vaughan, City Point, Maine. 

Born at New Vineyard, Maine. Apr. 30, 1851. Clergyman, R. 

C. A, N. B. Sem., 1881. A.M. (Rutgers, 1881). Died. Oct. 

31, 1913. 



William Wallace Andebson, Bayonne, N. J. 
Lawyer. 

♦John Henby Banta, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Dundee Lake, N. J., Sept. 27, 1853. At Rutgers, 1874- 

76. Physician. M.D. (Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1879). 
Died, Aug. 20. 1907. 

John Bloomfield Beekman, Bedminster, X. J. 

Physician. M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1881). 
Gabbet Stoby Conoveb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Business. 
John Golden Dobbance, New York City. 

Manufacturer. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1879), 
♦WmJAM Edwabds Febquson, New York City. 

Real estate agent. 
♦Fbedebick Pitch Folgeb, Jb., Hudson, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1874-76. Bookkeeper. Died, Feb. 25, 1883. 
John Adam Fbech, Somerville, N. J. 

Lawyer. 
Richabd Wbight Hebbebt, Wickatunk, N. J. 

Born at Wickatunk, N. J., Oct. 27, 1859. At Rutgers half a 

year. Farmer. 



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William Jacob Milleb. 

Augustus Manning Price, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawyer. 
David Hall Schock, Pitman, N. J. 

Born at Germantown, Pa., Feb. 13, 1840. At Rutgers one and 

one-half years. M. E. clergyman. Author, "The Amen Corner 

and Other Poems." A.M. (Dickinson, 1881). 

♦Jacob Winfred Van Keuken, Utica, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1873-76. Bookkeeper. 
Vandebbilt Spadeb Voobhees, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 7, 1858. At Rutgers, 

1874. Real estate. 
♦Peter Dumont Whitenack, Somerville, N. J. 

At Rutgere, 1874-76. Died, March 25, 1901. 



B.Sc. 

John Bishop, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1881). 

Edward Duryee, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Cement expert. U. S. Reclamation Service. 1903- . M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1881). C.E. (Rutgers, 1894). 

Henry Monmouth Herbert, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Civil and consulting engineer. Member, N. J. Board of Health. 
Chief, Division of Sewerage and Water-Supplies. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1881). 

Walter Livingston Lawrence, Scranton, Pa. 

Born at Hamburg, N. J., Mch. 10, 1857. Real estate agent, 
D. and H. Co., 1902- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1881). 

Franklin Townsend Lent, Sterling, Mass. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Mch. 3, 1855. Architect. Author, 

"Sound Sense in Suburban Architecture," etc. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 

1881). 
♦Robert Woodworth Prentiss, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Brighton, Mass., Jan. 30, 1857. Professor Mathematics 

and Astronomy, Rutgers, 1892-1913. Associate Prof., Math. 

and Astron., 1891-92. Secretary Faculty, 1898-1901. Prof. 

Physics, Corcoran Scientific School, Columbian Univ., 1888-91. 

M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1881). Fellow, Johns Hopkins, 1879-81. Died, 

Apr. 5, 1913. 

Cornelius Clarkson Vermeule, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 5, 1858. Civil engineer. 
Topographer and consulting engineer, N. J. Geological Survey, 
1878- . Topographer, U. S. Geological Survey, 1884-88. 
Writer on engineering subjects. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1881). C.E. 
(Rutgers, 1880). 

Seymour Morton Lary. 

John Perrine Maynard. 
Merchant. 

Oscar Hartwell Maynard, (?) Montclair, N. J. 

Joseph Hepburn Parsons, Talladega, Ala. 

Born at Talladega, Ala., Feb. 10, 1854. At Rutgers one year. 
Columbian Univ., 1879. Landowner. Author, "Historical Papers 
Upon Men and Eveots of Rare Interest in the Napoleonic 
Epoch." 

Charles Arthur Reed, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Fort Wayne, Ind., Dec. 4, 1857. Lawyer. Member, 
N. J. Assembly, 1896. N. J. State Senator, 1897-1902. Presi- 
dent of N. J. Senate, 1899. Columbia Law School. 1881-82. 



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Geobge Field Riggs, Carlisle, Penn. 

Born on Staten Island, N. Y.. Oct. 20. 1853. At Rutgers, 1874- 
75. Retired. Civil Engineer. B.S. (Mass. Inst. Tech., 1879). 

♦Louis V. Snydeb, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born, 1857. At Rutgers, 1874-78. Manufacturer. Died, Jan. 
30, 1882. 



1879. 
A.B. 

John Edmund Ackebman, Passaic, N. J. 

Born at Slaughterdam, N. J., Sept. 4. 1857. Lawyer. Treasurer, 

City of Passaic, 1902-11. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 
Joseph Elmer Aldbich, Joplin, Mo. 

Mine operator. 
♦Abram Van Xest Baldwin, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 16. 1858. Physician. 

Pres. Board of Education, 1892. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). M.D. 

(Coll. P. and S., 1882). Died, Feb. 14, 1897. 

Albert Chambeblain Bubt, Owego, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y.. Aug. 2. 1857. Retired merchant. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1882). 

Robert Anderson Cook, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 7, 1861. Retired. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1882). 

♦William Cramer, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1860. Physician and surgeon. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1883). Died, 
April 4, 1899. 

Clarence Stephens Davison, Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Born at Tarrytown, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1857. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1882). 

♦Alfred Howard Demarest, Catskill, N. Y. 

Bom at Hudson, N. Y.. Nov. 23, 1860. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1884. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). D.D. (Rutgers, 
1904). Died, Nov. 3, 1904. . 

Louis Augustus Du Bois, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Lawyer. 
♦John Frelinghuysen, Somerville, N. J. 
Born at Somerville, N. J.(?), Sept. 17, 1858. Lawyer. Spe- 
cial Examiner, U.S. Pension Bureau, 1884-87. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1882). Died, Aug. 14, 1894. 

Theodore Frelinghuysen, New York City. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Apr. 17, 1860. Treasurer, "The Spool 
Cotton Company." 

Isaac William Gowen, North Bergen, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 29, 1858. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Cor. Sec. Bd. Publication, R. C. A. President, Geneial 
Synod, R. C. A., 1915. N. B. Sem., 1883. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1882). D.D. (Rutgers, 1902). 

Herman IIageman, Claverack, N. Y. 

Bom at Readington, N. J., Oct. 14, 1858. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Stated Clerk, Particular Synod of New York, 1902- . N. B. 
Sem., 1882. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 

Peter Kenny Hageman, Liberty CJorner, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., Dec. 7, 1859, Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1882. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 

Edward Woolsey Jewett, New York City. 

Member, N. Y. Stock Exchange. 

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1879 



William Kamp, Belleville, Kan. 

Born at Pella, Iowa, July 31, 1850. Physician and suve^fon. 
Mayor of Belleville, 1913-15. M.D. (Albany Med. Coll., 1882). 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 

Seaman Miller, New York City. 

Lawyer. Assistant V. S. Attorney. Assistant District Attor- 
ney, New York City. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 

AsiiER Murray, Wadena, Minn. 

Born at Delhi. N. Y., Sept. 21, 1858. Real estate. Judge of 

Probate, Wadena county, 1889-1904. Member, House of Rep- 
resentatives, Minn., 1904-06. 

♦Abram Van Liew Pumyea, Mt. Holly, N. J. 

Born, 1856. Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). Died, Dorc. 6, 
1895. 

*De Witt Gilbert Rockefeller, West New Hempstead, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1852. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1882. Died Dec. 10, 1913. 

Ernest Linwood Runyon, Robinson Station, Md. 

Farmer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 

John H. Scarlet, Newtonville, N. Y. 

Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1882. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 

Cornelius Sciienck, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Weston, N. J., Sept. 5, 1856. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1882. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). Ph.D. 

Ezekiel Carman Scudder, Vellore, India. 

Born at Vellore. India. June 25, 1856. Missionary, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1882. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 

Theodore Shafer, Manito, III. 

Born at Cedar Hill, N. Y., Mch. 16, 1856. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1882. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 

John Letson Stillwell, Duanesburgh, N. Y. 

Born at Bayonne, N. J., Dec. 17, 1859. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1882. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 

John Terhune, Matawan, N. J. 

Cashier, First National Bank, Long Branch, N. J. 

John Clarendon Todd, Tarry town, N. Y. 

Born at Tarrytown, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1857. Physician and sur- 
geon. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1882). A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 

George Van Derveer, Somerville, N. J. 

'Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 
George Vredenburg Van Neste, Hopewell, N. J. 

Born at Weston, N. J.. Sept. 12, 1856. Physician. M.D. (Jef- 
ferson Med. Coll., 1883). 

David Demarest Zabriskie, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Born at Paramus, N. J., Nov. 27, 1856. Lawyer. Member, 
N. J. Assembl.v, 1894-95. Law Judge, Bergen county, N. J. 
1898-1908. LL.B. (Columbia, 1881). A.M. (Rutgers, 1882). 



♦William James Bailey, Cedar Hill, N. Y. 

Born at Cedar Hill, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1857. At Rutgers, 1875-78. 
Died, March 13, 1878. 

Frank Bruen Conover, Long Branch, N. J. 

Born at Marlboro, N. J. Vice President, Tiffany Studios. 
♦Crawford Crosby, Kingston, N. Y. 

Bora, 1858. At Rutgers, 1875-77. Lawyer. Died, June 19, 

1885. 

Alonzo Clarence Dingman, Herkimer, N. Y. 

Born at Minden. N. Y., Aug. 23, 1858. At Rutgers, 1875-76. 
Lawyer. Deputy County Clerk. 1898-1916. A.B. (Union, 
1879). LL.B. (Albany Law School. 1881). 



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Jason Sherwood Hoffman, Flemington, N. J. 

Born at Lebanon, N. J., Doc. 20, 1858. At Rutgers, 1875-78. 
County Superintendent o.f Schools, 1895- . 

♦William Ellsworth Jarrabd, Lansing, Mich. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 3, 1859. At Rutgers, 1875- 
78. Merchant. City Comptroller. Died, Sept. 14, 1903. 

C11ARLE.S Cooper Polk, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Lawyer. State's Attorney and County Judge, Meade county. 
South Dakota. A.B. (Princeton, 1879). 

Henry Granville Sharpe, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., Apr. 30. 1858. At Rutgers one year. 
Brigadier General, I'. S. Army, Washington. D. C. V. S. Mili- 
tary Academy, West Point, 1880. Writer on Military Tactics. 

Otis Dexter Stewart. 

B.Sc. 

CoNDiCT Walker Cutler, New York City. 

Born at Morristown, N. J., Feb. 27, 1859. Physician. Writer 
on Dermatology. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1882). M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1882). 

(iEORGE Hill, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Consulting engineer and builder. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1882). C.E. 
. (Rutgers, 1882). 

Franklin Marsh, Rahway, N. J. 

City surveyor and engineer, Rahway, 1903- . City surveyor, 
1882-92. City engineer, 1885-92. 

Tadanari Matsdaira, (?) Tokio, Japan. 

OflScer in Department of Foreign Affairs. 
♦Jonathan Bruen Miller, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Bom at Newark. N. J., Oct. 4, 1858. Editor, "American Rail- 
road Journal." M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1883). Died. July 3, 1887. 

Alfred Berry Nelson, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Stanhope, N. J., June 21, 1859. Civil engineer. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1882). C.E. (Rutgers, 1908). 

♦Francis Augustus Wilber, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Alto, Wis., Nov. 3, 1851. Adjunct Professor of An- 
alytical Chemistry, Rutgers, 1883-1890. Professor of An- 
alytical Chemistry, Rutgers, 1890-91. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1882). 
Died, May 25, 1891. 



Jesse IIagaman Beekman, Sayreville, N. J. 

Physician. . 
♦George Albert De Baun, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Saddle River, N. J., Feb. 11, 1856. At Rutgers, 1875- 
78. Teacher. Manufacturer. Died, May 23, 1906. 

Frank Michael Donohue, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J.. Aug. 17, 1859. At Rutgers 
one year. Physician and surgeon. M.D. (Univ. N. Y. Med. 
Coll.. 1881). 

Presley Thornton Jenkins, (?) Washington, D. C. 

IIiRAM Abiff Maynard, New York City. 
♦William Appleton Paige. 

At Rutgers, 1875-76. 

♦William Run yon Stanbery, Plainfield, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1875-77. Manufacturer, Died, .Tan. 2, 1906. 

♦James Polhemus Van Wyck, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Northumberland, N. Y., Jan. 20. 1856. At Rutgers, 

1875-76. Merchant. Died. June 18, 1910. 



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Eugene Spencer Veghte, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 27, 1856. At Butgers, 
1875-78. Accountant. 

1880. 
A.B. 

Charles Stuart Aitkin, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Sept. 2, 1858. Clerk In ofBce of Sec- 
retary of State of New Jersey. A.M. (Butgers, 1890). 
♦Thomas Woodhouse Baket^^ll, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Pittsburgh, Penn.(V), Oct. 27, 1861. Patent lawyer. 
A.M. (Butgers, 1883). LL.B. (Univ. Penn., 1883). Died, July 
7, 1909. 

♦Herbert Henry Cameron, New York City. 

Born at Thurman, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1857. Eplsc. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1880-82. Gen. Sem., N. Y. A.M. (Butgers, 1886). 
B.D. (Trinity). Died, July 25, 1888. 

♦Charles Freeman Cantine, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Saugertles, N. Y.. Nov. 4. 1858. Lawyer. District At- 
torney, Ulster county, N. Y., 1895-1904. County Judge, Ulster 
county, 1904-12. LL.B. (Columbia, 1882). Died, July 14, 1912. 

Edward Close Delavan, Jr., New York City. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 26, 1858. Lawyer. Writer on the 
early history of Bichmond county, N. Y. LL.B. (Columbia, 
1882). A.M. (Butgers, 1883). 

Nathan Henry Demarest, . Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, July 3, 1861. Clergyman, B. C. A. 

Missionary to Japan, 1883-90. 1912-13. N. B. Sem., 1883. A.M. 

(Butgers, 1883). 

William Alexander Dumont, West Coxsackie, N. Y. 

Born at Far Hills, N. J., Dec. 23. 1857. Clergyman, B. C. A. 
B.D. (Union Sem., 1885). A.M. (Butgers, 1883). 

♦Pierre St. John Gillespy, Saugerties, N. Y. 

Born, 1859. Student, Columbia, 1881-82. Died, Sept. 2, 1882. 
Gilbert D. B. Hasbrouck, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Port Ewen, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1860. Lawyer. 2d Deputy 
Attorney General, N. Y., 1894. 1st Deputy Attorney General, 
1895-99. Judge, N. Y. Court of Claims, 1902-03. Presiding 
Judge, 1903-04. Justice Supreme Court, N. y:, 1905. Ashokan 
Commissioner, 1907-10. Justice, Supreme Court, N. Y., 1913- . 
A.M. (Butgers, 1883). 

Walter DuBois Hasbrouck, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Port Ewen, N. Y., June 5, 1858. Physician. M.D. 
(Albany Med. Coll., 1883). 

♦Egbert Le Fevre, New York City. 

Born at Barltan, N. J., Oct. 29, 1858. Physician. Prof. Clinical 
Med. Univ. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll.. 1890-95. Adjunct 
Prof. Medicine, 1895-98. Associate Prof. Therapeutics. Prof. 
Clinical Medicine and Dean, 1898-1914. Author, "Notes on 
Materia Medlca and Therapeutic Physical Diagnosis-" M.D. 
(Univ. N. Y., 1883). A.M. (Butgers, 1884). D.Sc. (Butgers, 
1910). LL.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1910). Died, Mch. 30, 1914. 

Frederick Wilkinson Olcott, Washington, D. C 
Born at East Millstone, N. J., May 1, 1860. Physician. Sur- 
geon, U. S. Navy, 1887-1900. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1884). 
A.M. (Butgers, 1890). 

♦Edmund Rawson Palmer, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Butgers, 1883). LL.B. (Univ. of Iowa, 1882). 
Died, Oct. 9, 1886. 



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181 



♦Clarence Mather Perlee, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Oct. 30, 1856. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1883. P. G. Union Sem., 1884. A.M. (Rutgers, 

1883). Died, July 16, 1915. 
Thomas Marshall Fitz Randolph, Morristown, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 2, 1857. Lawyer. LL.B. 

(Columbia, 1882). 
Millard Fillmore Ross, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 16, 1860. Coal merchant. 
George Washington Scarlet. Ridgeway, Mich. 

Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem.. 1883. A.M. (Rutgers, 1884). 
♦Edwin Francis See, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Tarrytown, N. Y., Jan. 29. 1861. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

General Secretary Brooklyn Y. M. C. A., 1886-1906. N. B. Sem., 

1883. A.M. (Rutgers, 1883). Died, July 17, 1906. 
Bevier Has-Brouck Sleght, * Newark, N. J. 

Born at Sleghtsburg. N. Y., Sept. 13, 1857. Physician. M.D. 

(Hahnemann Med. ColK. Phila., 1882). A.M. (Rutgers, 1883). 



13, 1859. 
1906-09. 



Jamesburg, N. 

Physician. 
M.D. (Univ. 



John L. Suydam, 

Born in Somerset county, N. J., Oct. 
County physician, Middlesex county, N. J., 
N. Y., 1882). A.M. (Rutgers, 1883). 
* Stephen Vedder Ten Eyck, ~ New York City. 

Born at Astoria, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1860. Physician. M.D. (Coll. 
P. and S., 1883). A.M. (Rutgers. 1883). Died, May 6, 1911. 
William Van Doren, Archbald, Penn. 

Born at Middlebush, N. J., Feb. 25, 1858. Physician and sur- 
geon. M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1885). 

Joseph Appleton Van Matek, 

Born at Marlboro, N. J., May 25, 1860. 
N. J. Zinc Co., 1908- . A.M. (Rutgers, 
gers, 1911). 

*Sherman Van Ness, Jb., 

Born at Chatham, N. Y., Mch. 13, 1859. Phvslcian. M.D. (Coll. 
P. and S.. 1883). A.M. (Rutgers, 1883). Died, Dec. 2, 1913. 

♦Benjamin Miller Van Syckel. New York City. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Dec. 7, 1857. Physician. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1883). M.D. (Bellevue Med. Coll., 1882). Died, March 
15, 1903. 

William Vaughan, 

Born at New Vineyard, Maine, Sept. 21, 1855. 
C. A. Farmer. President Maine State Girls' 
Sem., 1883. 

Nathaniel Whitaker Voorhees, Jr., 

Physician. M.D. (Univ. Penn., 1883). 

Frederick Weigel, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 19, 1859. Lawyer. City 
Attorney, N. B., twenty-five years. A.M. (Rutgers, 1883). 

Joseph Wolfson, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 8, 1860. Physician. City 
Physician, Jersey City, 1890- . M.D. (Bellevue Med. Coll., 
1883). A.M. (Rutgers, 1883). 



Plainfield, N. J. 
Manager of mines, 
1883). E.M. (Rut- 
Chatham Center, N. Y. 



Belfast, Maine. 
Clergyman, R. 
Home. N. B. 

High Bridge, N. J. 



Howard Leon Browning, Milwaukee, Wis. 

With Edison Electric Light Co. 
George Buttler, Worcester, Mass. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J. At Rutgers, 1876-78. Dentist. 

D.D.S. (Univ. Maryland, 1884). 



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1880. 



Charles Clark, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Lawyer. 
♦Gregory Richard Gillmore, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1858. Merchant. Died, Apr. 

13, 1916. 
Richard Morris Greenback, New York City. 

Merchant. Lawyer, admlttecj, 1881. 
Morrison Clark Hamilton, New York City. 

With N. Y., N. H. and H. R. R. A.B. (Iowa Coll., 1880). 
♦Charles Arthur Horn, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at Brooklyn, N. Y.(?), 1857. At Rutgers, 1876-80. As- 
sistant Ubrarian, Brooklyn Library, 1882-88. Died, Aug. 24, 

1888. 
Louis Thompson Reed, Raritan, N. J. 

Born at Fort Wayne, Ind'., Sept. 4, 1859. At Rutgers, 1877-78. 

Insurance. M.D. (Jelferson Med. Coll., 1884). 

♦George Washington Shipway, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1857. At Rutgers, 1875-78. Medical student. Died, 
Dec. 29, 1879. 

♦John Gregory Slee, Portland, Ore. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Dec, 1857. At Rutgers, 1876-77. 
V. S. Gov't Service. Chief Veterinarian. Philippine Islands, 
1903-06. D.V.S. (American Veterinary College). Died, Mch. 
3, 1913. 

George Frank Stephens, Arden, DeL 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Dec. 28, 1859. At Rutgers, one and 
one-fourth years. Sculptor and lecturer. 

♦John Henry Weir, ^ New Brunswick, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1876-77. Civil engineer. Died at Paducah, Ky., 
Feb. 21, 1884. 

Asa Zabriskie, San Francisco, Cal. 

Bom at Ridgewood, N. J., Nov. 15, 1858. At Rutgers two 
years. In moving picture business. 

♦Guilliam Arthur Zabriskie, New York City. 

At Rutgers, 1876-77. Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1882). 
Died, Oct. 25, 1900. 

B.Sc. 

Franklin Avery Chapman, Morristown, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., 1857. Manufacturer. 
Charles Manning Freeman, Metuchen, N. J. 

Physician and merchant. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1884). M.Sc. 

(Rutgers, 1886). 

William Davis Schoon maker. Orange, N. J. 

Born at Newburgh, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1856. Manufacturing chem- 
ist. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1883). 



Peter Randolph Buckelew, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 22, 1860. At Rutgers two 
years. Insurance surveyor. 

Theodore Frelingjiuysen De Witt, Denver, CoL 

Cattle grower. First Lieut, and Asst. Surgeon, U. S. Army, 
1889-91. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1884). 

John White Howell, Newark, N. J. 

Electrician. 
Thomas Ely Schanck, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., Feb. 9, 1860. At Rutgers two years. 

Cashier, People's National Bank, 1887- . 



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ALUMNI. 183 



Theodore Van Deventer, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Electrician. 
♦William Stults Van Nortwick, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Aug. 20, 1858. At Rutgers, 
1876-78. Bookkeeper. Died, May 24, 1895. 

Charles Strong Van Nuis, New Brunswick, N. J. 

BoiTi at Three Mile Run, N. J., Dec. 20, 1859. At Rutgers three 
years. Manager, College Farm. 

Henry Vroom, St. Louis, Mo. 

Manager, 1892- . 

1881. 
A.B. 

♦Theodore Burges Booraem, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Apr. 30. 1861. Lawyer. As- 
sistant U. S. Attorney, N. J., 1903-06. City Attorney, N. B., 
1905-06. Judge, Court of Common Pleas, Middlesex county, 
N. J., 1906-09. Prosecutor of the Pleas, Middlesex county, 
1909-12. Treasurer, Rutgers Alumni Ass'n. Died, Feb. 26, 
1912. 

Jesse Wendell Brooks, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Cheshire. Conn., Sent. 26, 1858. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Secretary and Missionary Superintendent, Chicago Tract So- 
ciety. 1898-1914. President, Union Missionary Training In- 
stitute, 1914- . Union Sem., 1884. A.M. (Rutgers, 1884). 
Ph.D. (Univ. N. y., 1889). 

Gardner Hale Cain, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Harlingen, N. J., Nov. 27, 1858. Lawyer. President, 
Common Council, 1893-95. A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). 

Marion Townsend Conklin, Middletown, N. J. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., July 9, 1856. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1884. 

JosiAH Elmer Crane, Wurtsboro, N. Y. 

Born at Fair Oaks, N. Y., Apr. 27, 1853. Clergyman. R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1884. A.M. (Rutgers, 1884). Ph.D. (Martyn Col- 
lege). S.T.D. (Harriman Univ.). 

John Hendrik De Vries, Canton, Mass. 

Born in Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 8, 1859. Episc. clergy- 
man. Translator of Dr. Kuyper's "Encyclopedia of Sacred The- 
ology," &c. N. B. Sem., 1888. A.M. (Rutgers, 1884). D.D. 
(Rutgers, 1903). 

♦George Fielder, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Boi-n at Princeton, N. J., Dec. 14, 1859. Lawyer. LL.B. (Col- 
umbia, 1884). Justice, Municipal Court, Borough of Brookh-n, 
1908-11. Died, Aug. 8, 1911. 

Cornelius Isaac Haring, Nyack, N. Y. 

Born at New City, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1860. Lawyer. Secretary, 

Wisconsin Bar Assn.. 1901-04. LL.B. (Columbia, 1883). 
LL.D. (Washington Coll. of Law). 

♦Richard Charles Harrington, Newark, N. J. 

Physician and surgeon. A.M. (Rutgers, 1884). M.D. (Bellevuo 
Hospital Med. Coll., 1884). Died, Feb. 22, 1885. 
Charles Norton Ironside, Duluth, Minn. 

Born at Washington, D. C, Apr. 12, 1859. Journalist and 
publisher. Author, Handy I^w Dictionary, &c. Lawver. 
LLB. (Georgetown Univ.. 1882). A.M. (Rutgers. 1884). 
LL.I). (Nashville Coll. of Law, 1900). 

Martin Wyckoff Lane, Millville, N. J. 

Bom at WTiite House, N. J., Nov. 22, 1858. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1884). 



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1881. 



Robert Leffebts, EJast Moriches, L. I. 

Bom at Flatbush, L. I., Mch. 2, 1860. Retired. 
♦Charles Edward Lord, New York City. 

Born at Fulton, N. Y., May 21. 1860. Journalist. On staff 

N. Y. Times. Died. March 21, 1897. 
Joel Loucks, Canajoharie, N. Y. 

Born at Palatine, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1853. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1884. 
Wilmer McNair, Holmdel, N. J. 

Born at Stone Ridge, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1858. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. Princeton Sem., 1886. A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). 
Henry Du Bois Mulford, Upper Red Hook, N. Y. 

Born at Livingston, N. Y., Sept. 27, 1859. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Prof. English Lang, and Lit, Rutgers, 1897-1911. Lecturer on 

the English Bible, 1903-11. Trustee, Rutgers, 1895-97. N. B. 

Sem., 1885. A.M. (Rutgers, 1884). D.D. (Union, 1903). 

William Schmitz, Bushkill, Pa. 

Born at Crefeld, Germany, Apr. 28, 1857. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1884. 

Chester Boyden Schoonmake^, Stone Ridge, N. Y. 

Bom at Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 30, 1860. Farmer. 
♦Charles Buchanan Scott, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Shawangunk, N. Y., 1861. Teacher. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1887). Died, June 19, 1904. 

George Henry Stephens, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Plainfield, N. J., Sept. 27, 1857. Presb. clergyman. 
Field Secretary and Secretary pro tem., Presbyterian Ministers' 
Fund. N. B. Sem., 1884. A.M. (Rutgers, 1884.) 

Livingston Ludlow Taylor, Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 16, 1860. Cong'l clergyman. 
Trustee, Rutgers,' 1907-12. N. B. Sem., 1884. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1884). 

* Irving Strong Upson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Marion, Conn., Feb. 5, 1855. Librarian, Rutgers, 1884- 
1906. Chief Clerk, Secretary and Treasurer, N. J. State Agrlc. 
Experiment Station, 1881-1915. Clerk, Geological Survey, N. 
J., 1881-99. Secretary of Faculty, Rutgers, 1891-1915. Regis- 
trar, 1891-1915. Treasurer, Rutgers College, 1905-15. Bi- 
ographer Alumni Ass'n, 1883-1904. Treasurer, do., 1904-15. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1884). Died, Feb. 25, 1915. 

John Russell Verbrycke, Vineland, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 5, 1860. Presb. clergy- 
man. N. B. Sem., 1884. A.M. (Rutgers, 1884). 

♦Edward Burnett Voorhees, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Mine Brook, N. J., June 22, 1856. Professor, Agricul- 
ture, Rutgers, 1890-1911. Director, Agric. College Experiment 
Station, 1900-11. Superintendent College Farm, 1900-11. 
President, N. J. Board of Agriculture, 1901-11. President, 
Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment 
Stations, 1904-05. Author, "First Principles of Agriculture," 
"Fertilizers," "Forage Crops," A.M. (Rutgers, 1884). D.Sc. 
(Univ. Vermont, 19()0). Died, June 6, 1911. 

James Sylvester Wight, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at Washington, N. J., Nov. 1, 1859. Lawyer. City At- 
torney. A.M. (Rutgers, 1884). 

Garrett Wyckoff, Red Bank, N. J. 

Born at Roysfield, N. J., Aug. 13, 1855. Clergyman, R. C. .A. 

N. B. Sem., 1884. A.M. (Rutgers, 1884). Ph.D. (Taylor Univ. 
1898). 



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ALUMNI. 185 



Richard Allaed Anthony, New York City. 

Bom in New York City, May 24, 1861. At Rutgers two years. 
Real estate, mortgages. OflBcer of corporations. A.B. (Columbia, 
1881). A.M. (Columbia, 1884). 

♦Cornelius Bebgen, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1860. At Rutgers, 1877-78. Builder. Died, Jan.' 2, 1886. 
Lewis Lincoln Coby, Fresno, Cal. 

Born at San Jose, Cal., May 4, 1861. At Rutgers, 1878-79. 
Lawyer. A.B- (Princeton, 1881). LL.B. (Columbia, 1883). 
A.M. (Princeton, 1884). 

♦Peter Joseph Geblach, Spokane, Wash. 

At Rutgers, 1877-78. Physician. Died, July 21, 1898. 
Addison Howard Griffing, Sayville, N. Y. 

Born at Greenpolnt, L, I., June 9. 1856. At Rutgers two years. 
Dentist. D.D.S. (N. Y. Coll. of Dentistry, 1882). 

George Byeon McChesney. 

Chemist. 
♦John Clifford Perrine, Pennington, N. J. 

Born at Pennington, N. J., Mch. 1, 1855. At Rutgers, 1877-79. 

Druggist. Died, Nov. 10, 1888. 

David Provost, New York City. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 1880). 
Oliver Parsell Schneeweiss, Roselle, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 3, 1858. At Rutgers three 

years. With Walter Baker & Co., N. Y. 

♦Cornelius Whitenack Stryker, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born, 1860. At Rutgers, 1877-79. Druggist. Ph.G. (Phlla. 
Coll. of Pharmacy, 1882). Died, Feb. 10, 1890. 

Augustus Ferdinand Todd, Dunellen, N. J. 

Born at Athens, Penn., Sept. 3, 1859. At Rutgers, 1877-79. 

Customs broker. President, Board of Education, Dunellen, 
1908- . 

James Marshall Van Deusen, Pasadena, Cal. 

Born at Ghent, N. Y., Dec. 18, 1859. At Rutgers, 1877-79. 
N. B. Sem., 1895-97. Hartford Sem., 1899-1900. 

♦A. Augustus Williamson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born. Dec. 31, 1860. At Rutgers, 1877-79. Died Jan. 29, 1879. 



B.Sc. 

John Bruyere, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Cream Ridge, N. J., Dec. 25, 1861. Physician. M.D. 
(Jefferson Med. Coll., 1884). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1884). 

Thomas Henry Grant, Red Bank, N. J. 

Born at Red Bank, N. J., Oct. 1, 1858. Farmer and real es- 
tate. Civil engineer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1884). 

♦John Kinnan How, Baltimore, Md. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 2, 1860. Electrical con- 
tractor. Vice President, Builders' Exchange of Baltimore, 1909. 
Died, June 9, 1915. 

Oakley A. Johnson, Milton, N. J. 

Born at Hackettstown, N. J. Teacher. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1884). 
♦Frederick William Malcolm, New York City. 

Bom in New York City, Nov. 22. 1854. Railroad engineer. 
Inventor. C.E. (Rutgers, 1884). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1890). Died, 
Feb. 24, 1899. 

♦John Trumbull Marshall, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1860. Incandescent electric 
lamp manufacturer. Died, Jan. 1, 1910. 



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John Forsyth McWilliam, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Searsville, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1800. Physician. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1884). M.D. (Jefferson Mod. Coll., 1884). . 

Robert Cecil Plume, Cranford, X. J. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., li^eb. 28, 1861. Manufacturer. M.Sc. 

(Rutgers, 1884). 
Charles Strong Ruslino, Lawrenceville, Pa. 

Engineering. 



James Howard Aitkin, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Dec. 24, 1860. At Rutgers three years. 
Secretary and I'Yeasurer, Schenectady Railway Co., 1905- . 

♦Edward Barzillai Dana, Jr., Metuchen, N. J. 
Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., 1863. At Rutgers, 1879-81. Physi- 
cian and surgeon. M.I). (Coll. P. and S., 1889). Did, Jan. 
21, 1904. 

♦Frederick W. Denise, Freehold, N. J. 

Born, 1858. At Rutgers, 1880-81. Medical student. Died, 
May 31, 1884. 

William Milton Fink. 

Residence when a student. Union, N. J. At Rutgers, 1877-78. 

♦William Richard George, Dover, N. J. 

Born at Dov r, N. J., 1863. At Rutgers, 1877-78. Mining En- 
gineer. Professional baseball pitcher, St. Louis. Died, 1916. 

♦De Witt Gosman Lippincott, Campbell Hall, N. Y. 

Born in Ulster county, N. Y., Apr. 15, 1861. At Rutgers, 1877- 
78. Physician. M.D. (Jelferson Med. Coll., 1882). Died, June 
7, 1905. 

Washington Wilson, Metuchen, N. J. 



Manager of estates. 



1882. 



A.B. 

John Bartlett Alden, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at Hoosick Falls, N. Y., Aug. 30, 1860. Editor, "Eagle" 
office. A.M. (Rutgers, 1885). 

Theodore Amerman Beekm^n, Krumville, N. Y. 

Born at South Branch, N. J., Nov. 18, 1856. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1885. A.M. (Rutgers, 1885). 

Irving Burdick, Oliverea, N. Y 

Bom in New York City, June 30, 1859. Musician. A.M. (Am- 
herst). 

♦Jacob Chester Chamberlain, New York City. 

Born at Palmaner, India, July 30, 1860. Electrical engineer 
and inventor. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1882). Died, July 28, 1905. 
William Isaac Chamberlain, New York City. 

Born at Madras, India, Oct. 10, 1862. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Prof. Logic and Mental Philosophy, Rutgers, 1905-09. Mis- 
sionary to India, R. C. A., 1887-1905. President, General 
Synod, R. C. A., 1909. Secretary, Board Foreign Missions, 
1909- . Author, "Education in India." N. B. Sem., 1886. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). B.D. (Rutgers, 1899). Ph.D. (Columbia, 
1899). D.D. (Hope, 1907, and Rutgers, 1912). 

William Stockton Cranmer, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Barnegat, N. J.. Dec. 19, 1858. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1885. A.M. (Rutgers, 1885). D.D. (Rutgers, 1903). 



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Charles Leavitt Edgar, Brookline, Mass. 

Bom at Grlggstown, N. J.. Dec. 23. 1860. Electrical engineer. 

President, Edison Electric Illuminating Co., of Boston, and of 

other electric companies of Boston and vicinity. Trustee, Rut- 
gers, 1906- . E.E. (Rutgers, 1893). 
John Hamilton Gillespie, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom In Glasgow, Scotland, Feb. 9, 1858. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Prof. Hellenistic Greek and New Testament Exegesis. N. B. 

Sem., 1898-1911. Lector, New Testament Text Criticism and 

Missions, do.. 1911- . Prof. Greek, Hope College, 1888-98. 

N. B. Sem.. 1885. A.M. (Rutgers, 1885). D.D. (Rutgers, 

1898, and Hope, 1898). 
♦Abram Britton Havens, New York City. 

Born at Jersev City, N. J.. 1860. Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 

1885). A.M. (Rutgers, 1885). Died, May 8. 1900. 
Joseph Hover, Haokensack, N. J. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 1884). A.M. (Rutgers, 1885). 
♦Howard Melville Lansing, Kingston, N. Y. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 1884). A.M. (Rutgers, 1890). Died, 

April 18, 1905. 
William Frederick Midlk^e, Jersey City, N. J. 

Lawyer. President, Board of Aldermen, Jersey City. 1897-1902. 
Edwin Oscar Moffett, Guilderland Centre, N. Y. 

Born at Westfleld, N. J., Sept. 29, 1857. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1885. A.M. (Rutgers, 1885). 

♦John Morrison, Portland, Or. 

Born at Fishkill-on-Hudson, N. Y., Dec. 12. 1859.. Presb. clergy- 
man. N. B. Sem.. 1886. Died. July 26, 1899. 

Walter Newell, Chicago, 111. 

Born at New Bruns\iick, N. J., July 22, 1861. Paymaster, 
Illinois Central R. R.. 1911- . 

James Avery Norris, Hot Springs, Va. 

Born in Sullivan county, N. Y., Feb. 27. 1857. Presb. clergy- 
man. B.D. (Union Sem., 1885). A.M. (Rutgers. 1887). 

James Powers Philip, Catskill, N. Y. 

Born at Catskill, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1861. Banker. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(Albany Law School, 1885). A.M. (Rutgers. 1885). 

♦Philip Wilson Pitcher, Amoy, China. 

Born at Upper Red Hook, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1856. Clergyman. R. 
C. A. Missionary to China. Principal Boys' Academy. Author, 
"Fifty Years in Amoy," etc. N. B. Sem., 1885. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1885). Died, July 21, 1915. 
♦Nelson De Witt Pumyea, Franklin Park, N. J. 

Born at Franklin Park, N. J., May 22. 1861. Physician. M.D. 
(Univ. N. Y„ 1855). A.M. (Rutgers, 1885). Died, Dec. 7, 1891. 

Coleman Randolph, Morristown, N. J. 

Born at Asbury, N. J., Apr. 29, 1861. Lawyer. LL.B. (Colum- 
bia, 1884). Author, •'Inter Ocean Hunting Tales." 

Myron Tracy Scudder, New York City. 

Born at Palamanir, India, Sept. 28. 1860. President, Scudder 
School, 1911- . Head Master Rutgers Preparatory School, 
1908-11. Prof. Science of Education, Rutgers, 1908-12. Prin- 
cipal State Normal School at New Paltz, N. Y., 1899-1908. 
Writer on educational subjects. A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). 

Daniei. Wesley Skellenger, Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

Born at Chester, N. J., Feb. 27, 1856. Presb. clergyman. N. 
B. Sem., 1885. A.M. (Rutgers, 1885). D.D. (Emporia College, 
Kansas, 1907, and Highland Univ., Kansas, 1907). 

Rynier J. Wortendyke, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J.. Aug. 24, 1860. Lawyer. LL.B. (Col- 
umbia, 1884). 



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1882. 



♦Chables Anson Munn, New York City. 

Born In East New York, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1859. Physician. M.D. 
(Univ. N. Y., 1883). Died, Sept. 27, 1913. 



B.Sc. 

♦Frederick Wagoner Bennett, Cape May Court House, N. J. 

Born at Cape May Court House, N. J., Aug. 21. 1862. Civil 
engineer. Assistant topographer, N. J. Geological Survey, 1883- 
87. Assistant engineer, Guayaquil and Quito R. R., Ecuador. 
C.E. (Rutgers, 1885). Died, Jan. 8, 1912. 

Philip Hasbrouck Bevier, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Gardiner, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1859. Superintendent of Con- 
struction, National Fire Proofing Company. 

Nathaniel Baker Klink Hoffman, New York City. 

Born at Fairmount, N. J., July 25, 1857. Assistant engineer. 
Bureau of Sewers, N. Y., 1889- . C.E. (Rutgers, 1884). 

George Henry Johnson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Orange, Vermont, Feb. 22, 1862. Statistician. Prof. 
Mathematics. National College of Nicaragua, 1883-85. MSc. 
(Cornell, 1883). C.E. (Rutgers, 1885). D.Sc. (Harvard, 1887). 

Solomon Le Fevre, Forest Glen, N. Y. 

Born at Forest Glen, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1861. Mining engineer. 
Chief engineer, Witherbee, Sherman & Co., Inc., 1906-09. 



Dec. 9, 1860. 



Chester, N. Y. 
At Rutgers, two and 

Cranford, N. J. 

Metuchen, N. J. 

Sewell, N. J. 



Owen Benj. Franklin Allen, AUenwood, N. J. 

Born at AUenwood, N. J., July 19, 1856. At Rutgers two years. 

Farmer. Salesman. 
Andrew King Baker, Dover, N. J. 

Real estate. 
John Newton Bernart, 

Bom at BoardviUe, N. J, 

two-third years. Farmer. 

Frank Strong Curtis, 

Manager. 
♦George Frederick Hill, 

At Rutgers, 1878-79. 
George Breckenridge Hurff, 

Born at Hurff ville, N. J., July 13, 1860. At Rutgers two years. 

Manufacturer. Assistant, Agric. Experiment Station, 1882-84. 
♦Andrew Manning, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Plainfield, N. J., Jan. 6, 1861. At Rutgers, 1878-80. 

Physician and surgeon. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1883). Died, 

May 19, 1898. 

Charles Harrison Rogers, South River, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 23, 1860. Funeral director. 

Nehemiah Dunham Van Syckel, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., Oct. 30, 1861. At Rutgers two 
years. Episc. clergyman. Prof. Theology Nashotah Theol. Sem., 
Wisconsin, 1910-16. A.M. (Rutgers, 1885). B.D. (General 
Sem., 1893). 

George Adams Woods, New York City. 

Born at Clifton, Staten Island, Nov. 14, 1863. Inspector, De- 
partment of Health, N. Y. City. 



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1883. 
A.B. 

Henby Warren Beebe, New York City. 
Bom in Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1863. Lawyer. LKB. (Col- 
umbia, 1885). A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). 

George Brinton Bell, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 13, 1862. Presb. clergy- 
Man. Pastor, Paterson Memorial Church, 1888- . Princeton 
Sem., 1887. 

John Tallmadge Bergen, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Bom at Bergen Beach L. I., Sept. 21, 1860. Presb. clergyman. 
Prof. Ethics and Evidences of Christianity, Hope College 1895- 
1906. President, Albert Lee College, 1912-13. Author, "Evi- 
dences of Christianity." Union Sem., 1886. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1894). D.D. (Rutgers, 1903). 

John Henry Brandow, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Windham, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1853. Clergyman. R. C. A. 

Sy nodical Missionary. Author, "The Story of Old Saratoga." 

N. B. Sem., 1886. A.M. (Rutgers, .1886). 
George Zabriskie Collier, Middleburg, N. Y. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., Apr. 9, 1862. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1886. A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). 

Frederick Walker Cutler, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Bom at Morristown, N. J., Mch. 24, 1861. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Union Sem., 1886. A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). 

William Henry Steele Demarest, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Hudson, N. Y., May 12, 1863. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
President, Rutgers College, 1906- . Trustee, Rutgers, 
1899- . Prof. Ecclesiastical History and Church Government, 
N. B. Sem., 1901-06. President, General Synod, R. C. A., 1909. 
N. B. Sem., 1888. A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). D.D. (Rutgers, 1901). 
LL.D. (Columbia, 1910; Union, 1911; Pittsburgh, 1912). 

John Handley, Salem, N. J. 

Bom in New York City, May 29, 1858. M. E. clergyman. Dis- 
trict Superintendent. A.M. (Univ. N. Y., 1891). Ph.D. (Univ. 
N. Y., 1892). D.D. (Dickinson, 1894). 

Frederick Parsell Hill, New York City. 

Born at Rahway . N. J., Sept. 9, 1862. Architect. Ensign, U. S. 
Navy, 1898. A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). 

♦John IxAubenheimer, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 12, 1861. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Grand Lecturer, Grand Lodge, F. & A. M., 1901-07, 
1908-09. Chaplain, N. Y. Assembly, 1908. N. B. Sem., 1886. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). Drowned in Lake George, July 15, 
1909. 

George Munn Lilburn, Haverstraw, N. Y. 

Bom in New York City, Dec. 10, 1858. Lawyer. President, 

Haverstraw Clay and Brick Co. LL.B. (Columbia, 1885). A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1886). 

William Christian Miller, New York City. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1860. Engineer, N. Y. Edison 
Co., 1905. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1886). 

♦Robert Vanderbilt Palmer, Shawangunk, N. Y. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., May 9, 1861. Clergyman, R. C. A.. 
N. B. Sem., 1886. Died, March 2, 1893. 

Harry Mortimer Peters, Newark, N. J. 

Manufacturer. Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 1885). A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1886). 

John Ludlow Schenck, Neshanic, N. J. 

Born at Neshanic, N. J., May 31, 1860. Fire insurance. 



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1883. 



Jared Watebbury Scudder, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Coonoor, India, Dec. 10, 1863. Teacher, Albany 
Academy, 1885- . Author of Latin text-books. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1886). 

Alfred Ford Skinner, Madison, N. J. 

Born at Newark, X. J., Sept. 24, 1862. Lawyer. Member, N, J. 

Assembly, 1895-96. Judge of Common Pleas, Essex county, 

1900-06. Author, "New Jersey Borough Law." Trustee, Rut- 
gers, 1913- . 

Theodore Strong, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 15, 1863. Lawyer. State 
Senator, N. J., 1901-03. Member State Board of Assessors, 
1903-10. President, do. A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). 

Duncan Dunbar Sutphen, New York City. 

Bom at Bedminster, N. J., Jan. 15, 1862. Merchant. Trustee, 
Rutgers, 1909- . 

Henry Judd Ward, Troy, N. Y. 

Bom at Middlcvllle, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1859. Lawyer. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1886). 



*WiLLiAM Henry Hough, Trenton, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1879-81. Died, Oct. 12, 1882. 
Cyrus Cairns Smith, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Bloomfield, N. J., Sept. 28, 1861. Music teacher. 



B.Sc. 

*Edson De Wint Eaton, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Minising, N. Y.. Jan. 10, 1856. Professor Mathematics, 
Missouri Univ., 1884-88. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1886). C.E. (Rut- 
gers, 1886). Died, March 27, 1889. 

George Elton Jenkins, Dover, N. J. 

Born at Mine Hill, N. J., Aug. 20, 1861. Civil and mining en- 
gineer. Constructing engineer. Ordnance Dept., U. S. A., 1902- 
07. Author of several N. J. Geological Reports. C.E. (Rut- 
gers, 1885). 



Moses George Bierman, New York City. 

Retired. 
*Willard David Bishop, New Brunswick, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1879-80. Bookkeeper. Died, July 31, 1900. 
♦Edwin Phillips Brown, ' Kansas City, Mo. 

At Rutgers, 1879-81. Broker. Died, Dec. 31, 1902. 
♦William Campbell Clark, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Paisley, Scotland, Apr. 8, 1863. At Rutgers, 1880-82. 

Manufacturer. President, Clark Thread Co., 1902-12. Died, 

Nov. 14, 1912. 

James MacMullen, San Diego, CaL 

Born in Ireland. Nov. 13, 1858. At Rutgers two years. Editor, 
"San Diego Union." 

♦Arthur Elliott Rutherfurd, Vernon, N. J. 

Born in Sussex county, N. J., Sept. 15, 1863. At Rutgers, 
1880-83. Landowner. Died, Dec. 25, 1910. 

Thomas Doremus Van Syckel, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark. N. J., Oct. 8, 1863. At Rutgers. 1879-83. 
Merchant. Ranching in Colorado, 1883-97. 

William Cochran Ward, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Newaik, N. J., June 20. 1864. At Rutgers two years. 
Sales engineer, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 



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James Price Warrick, St. Albans, W. Va. 

Born at Glassboro N. J.. Nov. 13, 1860. At Rutgers, two years. 

Sec, Treas. and General Manager, St. Albans Glass Co., 
William Randolph Welling, Warwick, N. J. 

Born at Warwick, N. Y., Jan. 30, 1862. At Rutgers one year. 

Retired. 
Edward Francis White, Rutland, Vt. 

President, Rutland Mfg. Co. Stevens Inst., 1886. 



1884. 
A.B. 

Peter Stryker Beekman, Johnstown, N. Y. 

Born at Millstone, I^. J., July 19, 1861. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Author, "History of the Reformed Church of Flatbush, Ulster 
Co., N. Y." N. B. Sem., 1887. A.M. (Rutgers,1887). 

Matthew Linn Bruce, New York City. 

Bom at Mercersburg, Penn., Oct. 1. 1860. Lawyer. Lieut. Gov- 
ernor, N. Y., 1904-06. Justice, Supreme Court, N. Y.. 1907-08. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1887). . 

William Paterson Bruce, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Born at Mercersburg, Penn., Dec. 27. 1858. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

President, General Synod, R. C. A., 1912-13. Union Sem.. 1887. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1887). D.D. (Hope, 1912, and Rutgers, 1914). 
Henry Evertson Cobb, New York City. 

Born at Hopewell, N. Y., Mch. 25. 1863. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Pastor, West End Collegiate Church. 1893- . Princeton Sem.. 

1888. D.D. (Univ. N. Y., and Rutgers, 1901). Trustee, Rut- 
gers, 1911- . 
Peter Crispell, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Born at Hurley, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1862. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 

Sem., 1887. A.M (Rutgers, 1887). 
♦George Davis, Canajoharie, N. Y. 

Born at Whitehouse, N. J.. May 4. 1860. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1887. A.M. (Rutgers, 1887). Died, Mch. 31, 1914. 

♦Benjamin Edward Dickttaut, Jamaica, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 29, 1863. Presb. clergyman. N. 
B. Sem., 1887. A.M. (Rutgers, 1887). Died, Dec. 27, 1911. 

Levi Brooks Edwards, Providence, R. I. 

Born in Cumberland county. N. J., Feb. 8. 1858. Eoisc. clergy- 
man. B.D. (Drew Sem., 1887). A.M. (Rutgers, 1887). 

William Goodwin Ludlow, Worcester, Mass. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 1, 1862. Supervisor, Home 
Life Ins. Co., Boston, Mass. 

James Gulick Meyer, Beacon, N. Y. 

Born at Fishkill Landing. N. Y., Jan. 17. 1864. Lawyer. Com- 
missioner on New Prisons, New York State. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1887). 

Charles Edward Pattison, Montclair, N. J. 

Bom in New York City. July 29, 1864. Consulting engineer, 
electrical and mechanical. A.M. (Rutgers, 1887). E.E. (Rut- 
gers, 1909). 
♦Ferdinand Vanderveer Rogers, Davenport, Iowa. 

Law student. Drowned, April 6. 1885. 

John Amos Thomson, Middlebush, N. J. 

Born at Now Kingston, N. Y., May 12, 1857. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1887. A.M. (Rutgers, 1887). 



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♦Henby Van Bbackle, Hazlet, N. J. 

Born at Hazlet, N. J.(?) N. B. Sem., 1884-85. Died, June 7, 
1885. 



Henby Hale Giffobd, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Oneida, N. Y., July 6, 1859. At Rutgers, 188(>-«1. 
Episc. clergyman. B.D. (General Seminary, 1887). A.B. 
(Princeton, 1887). A.M. (Princeton, 1887). Ph.D. (Unir. N. 
Y., 1890). 

♦De Witt Edwabd Rogebs, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Fishkill-on-Hudson, N. Y.. Feb" 22, 1861. At Rutgers, 
1882-83. Merchant. Died, Oct. 20, 1909. 
John Alfbed Van Nest, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 23, 1862. At Rutgers, 
1880-83. Secretary, Homestead Building Loan Association, 
1913- . Chief clerk, N. Y. Div. Penn. R. R., 1896-1903. Sec- 
retary, American Peroxide and Chemical -Co., 1905-07. 

♦Geobge Augustus Vboom, Camden, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 21, 1861. At Rutgers, 
1830-82. Lawyer. Law Judge, Camden county, 1893-97. Died, 
June 6, 1901. 



B.Sc. 

Geobge Henby Blakeley, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Born at Hanover, N. J., Apr. 19, 1865. Manager, Structural 
Steel Dept. and Director, Bethlehem Steel Co. C.E. (Rutgers, 
1894). 

John Edwabd Hill, Providence, R. I. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 9, 1864. Prof. Civil Engineering, 
Brown Univ., 1894- . Author of "A Text Book on Shades, 
Shadows and Perspective." M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1887). C.E. (Rut- 
gers, 1891). M.C.E. (Cornell, 1895). D.Sc. (Rutgers, 1905). 

Jackson Jaques, Mexico. 

Civil engineer. 
William Henby Lusteb, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J.. Oct. 11, 1863. Civil engineer. City 

surveyor, 1899- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1889). C.E. (Rutgers, 

1889). 

John William McKelvey, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Irvington, N. J., Dec. 10, 1860. Superintendent. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1887). 

Fbanklin Stoddabt Smith, Montclair, N. J. 

Born at Covington, Ky., June 16, 1862. Manufacturer. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1887). 

*Cybu8 W. Field Spboul, Key port, N. J. 

Born kt Keyport, N. J., Aug. 31, 1858. Superintendent, Raritan 
River R. R. Died, Dec. 1, 1909. 
Henby Rufus Lankfobd Wobball, Greenville, Pa. 

Born in New York City, Jan. 28, 1862. Physician. Medical 
Missionary, R. C. A., Arabia- M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1893). M.D. 
(Dartmouth, 1892). 



♦HowABD SUYDAM Clabke, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 4, 1863. At Rutgers, 1880- 
81. Merchant. Died, Jan. 20, 1904. 
Benjamin Lippincott, Riverton, N. J. 

Born at Cinnaminson, N. J., July 1, 1862. At Rutgers, 1881-82. 
Farmer. Freeholder, 1899-1903. 



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Eugene Clifid Moss, Metuchen, N. J. 

John Ehrick Pabmly, Newark, N. J. 

Bom in New York City, Feb. 5, 1861. Presb. clergyman. A.B. 

(Princeton, 1883). A.M. (Rutgers, 1886). Union Sem., 1894. 
Benjamin Franklin Randolph, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Pharmacist. (?) 
William Manuel Riva, Havana, Cuba. 

Civil engineer, 
Francis Stbyker, Trenton, N. J. 

Architect. 
John George Tait, Lima, Ohio. 

Born at Englewood, N. J., June 1. 186G. At Rutgers, 1880-84. 

Manager, John R. Lee Contracting Co., 1912- . 
Halsey Taft Tichenor, Montclair, N. J. 

Born at Irvington, N. J., Aug. 12, 1863. At Rutgers one year. 

Real estate dealer. 
Edward Thompson Ward, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Mch. 29, 1863. At Rutgers two years. 

President, Aaron Ward & Sons, Importing Grocers. 

Frederick Thompson Ward, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Mch. 29, 1863. Merchant. 



1885. 
A.B. 

♦John Mitchell Allen, Dingman's Ferry, Pa. 

Born at Centreville, Va., Dec. 26, 1861. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1888. A.M. (Rutgers, 1^88). Died, May 24, 1892. 

Morris Norton Bemus, Jamestown, N. Y, 

Born at Jamestown, N. Y., June 3, 1862. Physician and surgeon. 
M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1889), A.M. (Rutgers, 1889). 

Louis Faugeres Bishop, New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 14, 1864. Physician. 
Specialist on Heart and Blood Vessels. Prof. Heart and Blood 
Vessel Diseases, Fordham Univ. Author, "Arteriosclerosis," 
"Heart Disease and Blood Pressure," "Handbook for Instruction 
in First Aid to Injured." M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1889). A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1889). 

William Henry Boocock, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Born in Birmingham, England, Sept. 21, 1863. Presb. clergy- 
man. Director of Religious Education, First Presb. Church. 
N. B. Sem., 1888. A.M. (Rutgers, 1888). 

William P^owin F^orance, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Toronto, Canada, Apr. 16, 1865. Lawyer. Mayor, New 
Brunswick, 1908-09. Prosecutor of PUas, Middlesex county, 
1914-15. State ■ Senator, 1916- . Trustee, Rutgers, 1907- . 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1888). 

Edwin Knickerbocker Losee, Upper Red Hook, N. Y. 

Born at Upper Red Hook, N. Y., May 16, 1863. Physician and 
surgeon. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1888). A.M. (Rutgers, 1888). 

Frank Seymour Scudder, Honolulu, T. II. 

Born at Conoor, India, Apr. 28, 1862. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Missionary. Hawaiian Board. Author, "Songs of Rutgers." 

Manager Editor, "The Friend," Honolulu, 1908- . N. B. 

Sem., 1890. 
Adrian Vermeule, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1888). 

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1885. 



Louis Augustus Voorhees, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Now Brunswick, N. J.. Mch. 6, 1865. Analytical and 
consulting chemist. Chief Chemist. X. J., State Agricultural 
Experiment Station, 1895-1005. A.M. (Rutgers, 1888). 



Jacob De Puy Has Brouck, Kingston. N. Y. 

Born at Stone Ridge, N. Y., July 2, 1863. At Rutgers, 1881-84. 
lawyer. Assistant District Attorney. Ulster county, 1916— . 
LUB. (National Univ., Washington. D. C). 

Eugene B. Matthews, Sergeantsville. N. J. 

Born at Clover Hill, N. J., Sept. 7, 1861. At Rutgers, 1881-84. 
Merchant. 

Stephen Henry Olin. 
Clerk. 

B.Sc. 

AsHER Atkinson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., June 10, 1867. Civil engineer. City 
engineer. New Brunswick, N. J., 1891-1905, 1913- . C.E. 
(Rutgers, 1888). 

♦William Henry Barnes, East Hampton, N. Y. 

Born at East Hampton, L. I., 1860. Civil engineer and sur- 
veyor. Died, April 14, 1903. 

George William Hart, Stockton, Cal. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 1888). 

Arthur Coyle Payne, Vera Cruz, Mexico. 

General Manager, The Oil Fields of Mexico Co. 

Louis Frederic Ruf, East Cleveland, O. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., Mch. 6, 1865. Presb. clergyman. Au- 
burn Sem., 1889. Trustee, Auburn Sem., 1898-1904. President 
of Ti-ustees, do., 1904- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). 

Frank Van Brakle, Washington, D. C. 

Born near Keyport, N. J., Feb. 3, 1866. Civil engineer. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers. 1888). 



♦Benjamin Campbell Bakewell, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Born at Allegheny, Penn., July 14. 1865. At Rutgers, 1881-8i2. 

Insurance broker. Died, November 25. 1910. 
♦Henry Rutgers Baldwin, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Feb. 1, 1863. At Rutgers, 1882- 

85. Chemist. Died, Sept. 28, 1913. 
Abraham Deyo Brodhead, New Paltz, N. Y. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., Dec. 7, 1863. Contractor. 
♦Norman D. Chase, Kansas City, Mo. 

At Rutgers, 1881-82. Mexchant. Died, Feb. 10, 1896. 
♦Matthias B. Mount Corle, Bloomfield, N. J, 

Born at Neshanic, N. J., Sept. 20, 1862. At Rutgers, 1881-84. 

Merchant. Died, May 16, 1905. 

Charles Deshler, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Electrician. 
♦John Elmer, Fairton, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1882-84. Supposed to have been drowned. Feb.- 

March, 1885. He sailed for the South on a coaster. Neither 

the vessel nor any of those on board were ever heard from 
again. 

Walter Draper (tRegory, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Fort Plain, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1864. Publisher. 



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195 



♦Charles William Harrison, Hidalgo, Texas. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 3, 1863. At Rutfifers, 
1882-83. Physician. County physician, Hidalgo county. M.D. 
(Coll. P. and S., 1889). Died, Sept. 13, 1914. 
William Leseur Haynes, Cynwyd, Penn. 

Born at Weston, N. J., Aug. 30, 1863. At Rutgers three years. 
Mechanical engineer. M.E, (Stevens, 1886). 

Oscar William Henderson. 

Architectural draughtsman, 
Richard Adams Learned, New York City. 

Managing Director, Hapgood's Limited, London, England. 
Frederick Allen Mandetille, Newark, N. J. 

Physician. 
Gerardus L. Miller, Englewood, N. J. 

Private secretary. 
Charles Van Winkle, Rutherford, N. J. 

Real estate. 



1886. 
A.B. 



N. J. 



Edward Wilkins Dewey, 
Born at Cherry Valley, 
Oil and gas operator, 
ment Association. C.E. 

John De Witt, 



N. J. 



Pa. 



N. C. 



George Van Nest Baldwin, Jr., New Brunswick, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 12. 1864. Lawyer, LL.B. 
(Columbia, 1888). A.M. (Rutgers, 1889). 
Lewis Birge Chamberlain, New Brunswick, 

Born at Vellore, India, Oct. 3, 1864. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 
B. Sem., 1891. Missionary, R. C. A., 1891-1914. Asst. Corre- 
sponding Secretary, American Bible Society, 1915- . A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1891). 

Pittsburgh, 
N. Y., July 29, 1865. Manufacturer. 

President Alleghany River Improve- 
(Union, 1887). A.M. (Rutgers, 1889). 

Wilmington, 

Born at Saugexties, N. Y., May 20, 1866. Supervisor, Mail and 
Express Traffic. Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Instructor in Mathe- 
matics and assistant in English Composition, Rutgers, 1889-91. 

Warren Hardenberqh Dixon, Jersey City, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1889). 

Charles Baylis Ludlow, New York City, 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 2, 1864. Banking business. 

De Witt Van Dyke Reiley, Brooklyn, N. Y, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 10, 1866. Lawyer. Col- 
umbia Law School, 1888. 

Aaron Long street Stillwell, Somerville, N. J, 

Born at North Branch, N. J., Dec. 14, 1864. Physician. M.D. 
(Coll. P. and S., 1889). A.M. (Rutgers, 1889). 

Peter Stillwell, 

Lawyer. 
Thomas Alfred Stoddart, , 

Born in New York City, July 17. 1863. 

umbia, 1888). A.M. (Rutgers, 1889). 

George Edwin Talmage, 

Born at Amoy, China. Aug. 16, 1865. 
B. Sem., 1890. A.M. (Rutgers, 1889). 

William Spader Willis, 

Bom at Freehold. N. .T., Dec. 15, 1863 
mal School, Newark, N. J. 



Lawyer. 



Bayonne, N. J. 

New York City. 
LL.B. (Col- 



Oyster Bay, 
Episc. clergyman. N. 



N. Y. 



Newark, N. J. 
Principal, State Nor- 



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1886. 



♦Fredebick Deshleb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch., 26, 1866. At Rutgers, 
1882-85. Clerk. Died, Jan. 6, 1915. 
Alfred Edwin Gregg, Schenectady, N. Y. 

In Production Department, General Electric Co. 

♦David Torbens Kilpatrick, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Utica. Ohio, Feb. 8, 1868. At Rutgers, 1882-83. Busi- 
ness. Died, Aug. 7, 1892. 

Herbert Lindsley Mattice, Springfield, Mass. 

Born at Kewascum, Wis., June 15, 1863. At Rutgers, 1883-84. 
Travelling salesman. 

Ernest Amasa Olin, Santa Marta, Colombia, S. A. 

Born at Titusville, Pa., Dec. 17. 1865. At Rutgers, 1882-84. 
Private secretary of gen. manager, Santa Marta Railway. 

♦GusTAV ScHUMACHEB, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Germany, July 7, 1864. At Rutgers, 1882-83. Clergy- 
man. Bloomfleld Sem., 1888. Died, Dec. 13, 1902. 

♦Henby Mabtyn Voobhees, Flemington, N. J. 

Born at White House, N. J., Sept. 29. 1862. At Rutgers, 1881- 
84. Lawyer and publisher. Editor, "Democrat-Advertiser," 
1895-1913. Died, Dec. 3, 1913. 



B.Sc. 

Chables Sandebson Cathcabt, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 2, 1865. Chief Chemist, 
N. J. Agric. Experiment Station, 1889-93, 1907- . M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1889). 

Elmore De Witt, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Guilford. N. Y., Apr. 21, 1865. Sales engineer, Pennsyl- 
vania Steel Co., 1912- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1889). 

Clabence Mulfobd Du Bois, Madeira, Brazil. 

Civil engineer. 

John Moyeb Fabley, White Plains, N. Y. 

Born at Fort Plain, N. Y., Mch. 30. 1863. Consulting civil en- 
gineer. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1889), C.E. (Rutgers, 1889). 

William Hockman, Red Bank, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 28, 1864. Mercantile business. 

John Howabd Fobteb, Newark, N. J. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Univ. Virginia, 1902). . 

Joseph Bobden Reynolds, Bordentown, N. J. 

Born at Bordentown, N. J., May 10, 1865. Chief draughtsman, 
W. J. & S. R. R. 
*Fbank W. Ribble, Millstone, N. J. 

Electrician. Died. Feb. 9, 1890. 

Geobge Anthony Viehmann, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 29. 1868. Lawyer. Mayor 
of New Brunswick, 1902-03. President of Fire Insurance Com- 
panies. 

William IIubeli Waldbon, New Bmi^swick, N. J, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 22, 1866. Manufacturer. 



Louis David Blauvelt, Denver, CoL 

Born at Tappan, N. Y., Apr. 8, 1867. At Rutgers. 1882-85. 
Chief engineer, Denver and Salt Lake R. R. Co. C.E. (Rutgers, 
1916). 



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ALUMNI. 101 



Gbant Davis, White House, N. J. 

Born at White House, N. J.. Sept. 23. 1863. At Rutgers two 
years. Surveyor. Engineer, Hunterdon county, 1908- . 

♦RoswELL J. Pulton, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, Feb. 7, 1866. At Rutgers, 1882-83. Banking. Died, April 
27, 1893. 

ToBREY Kinsman Jewett. 

♦MoNTFORT Matthews, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Clover Hill, N. J., Feb. 26, 1864. At Rutgers, 1881-85. 

Druggist. Died, June 10. 1899. 
Lawrence Edmund McCabe, Oakland, Cal. 

Frank Oscar Nelson, New Market, N. J. 

Born at Stanhope, N. J„ Nov. 2, 1863. At Rutgers two years. 

Farmer. 
♦Fbedebick Schuyler Nelson, Newark, N. J. 

Born at New Market, N. J.. 1863. At Rutgers, 1882-85. Died, 

Jan. 27, 1901. 
Samuel Davis Stbykeb, Jr., Oradell, N. J. 

Born In New York City, Apr. 2, 1864. At Rutgers one year. 

Lithographing and printing. 

George Mercer Valentine, Woodbridge, N. J. 

Clay mining. 

1887. 
A.B. 

William Samuel Bishop, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Northampton, Mass., Aug. 26. 1865. Episc. clergyman. 
Prof. Dogmatic Theology and Acting Prof. Philosophy, Univ. of 
South, 1902-13. Author, "The Development of Trinitarian Doc- 
trine in the Nicene and Athanasian Creeds." B.D. (General 
Sem., 1894). A.M. (Rutgers, 1891). D.D. (General Sem., 
1905). 
♦Stephen Du Bois Demarest, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 28, 1868. Cong'l clergyman. 
N. B. Sem.. 1891. A.M. (Rutgers, 1891). Died, Dec. 11, 1894. 

Albert Benjamin Herman, . EUicottville, N. Y. 

Born at Sebringville, Canada, Sept. 1, 1863. Presb. clei'gyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1890. A.M. (Rutgers, 1890). 

William Pierson Merrill, New York City. 

Born at Orange, N. J., Jan. 10, 1867. Presb. clergyman. Pastor, 
Brick Church, 1911- . Author. "Faith Building," "Faith and 
Sight," "Footings for Faith." Union Sem., 1890. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1890). D.D. (Rutgers, 1904). 

Henry Holmes Palmer, Washington, D. C. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 11, 1867. Lawyer. Re- 
tired. A.M. (Rutgers, 1898). 

Franklin Ambler Pattison, Colonia, N. J. 

Consulting engineer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1890). 
Frank James Sagendorph, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born in Columbia county, N. Y., June 23, 1866. With Ginn & 
Co. Principal of High School and Superintendent of Schools, 
Hudson, N. Y., 1890^1904 ; do., St. Albania, Vt., 1904-07. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1890). 
Asa Wynkoop, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Saugerties. N. Y., Sept. 6, 1864. State Inspector of 
Public Libraries, 1905- . Presb. clergyman. Union Sem , 1892. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1907). B.L.S. (vUniv. State of N. Y., 19;ll). 



Cornelius Bruyn, Kingston, N. Y. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



1887. 



B.Sc. 



Newark, N. J. 
Studied Architecture in 



Cleveland, Ohio. 
Private secretary. 

Stamford, Conn. 



♦George Alexander Ballantine, 

Born at Newark, N. J., Oct. 1-1, 1867. 
Paris. Died, Mcli. 16, 1910. 

Warren James Brodie, 

Born at Rochester, N. Y., April 27, 1864. 
Director of various organizations. 
♦Thurston Walker Challen, 

Born, 1868. Episc. clergyman. General Theological Sem., 1893. 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1890). Died, May 25, 1897. 

Harry Joseph March, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J. Civil engineer. President, Utility 
Construction Co. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1890). C.E. (Rutgers, 1890). 

David Trumbull Marshall, HoUis, L. I. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 27. 1865. Physician. Medi- 
cal Inspector, Department of Health, N. Y. City, 1907- . M.D. 
(Coll. P. and S., 1896). 
♦Harry Atwater Smith, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 31. 1865. Manufacturer. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1892). Died, March 26. 1907. 

Harold Tait, 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., Mch. 8, 1868. 
Borough of Queens, 1912- . 

Burton Morss Tremper, 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1866. 
Isaac Lewis Winckler, 



Long Island City, N. Y. 
Engineer of Sewers, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
Merchant. 

East Cleveland, Ohio. 



Born at New Brunswick, N. J. 
(Rutgers, 1890). 



Apr. 5, 1864. Teacher. M.Sc. 



Walter Whipple Batchelder, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Ypsilanti, Mich., July 7, 1865. At Rutgers two years. 
Cashier and Vice President, National Commercial Bank. 



John William Clark, 

. Manufacturer. 
Edward Ludlum Rice, 

Born at Dennisville N. J., Jan, 
Surrogate, Cape May county. 
May county, N. J., 1890-1900. 

♦Walter Pike Savage, 

At Rutgers, 1883-84. 
♦Ralph Stpjckland, Jr., 

At Rutgers, 1883-84. 
♦Martin G. Van Slyke, 

At Rutgers, 1883-86. 
Samuel Herbert Voorhees, 

Born at North Branch, N 



Newark, N. J. 

. Cape May Court House, N. J. 
25, 1864. At Rutgers one year. 
1912- . County Clerk, Cape 



Lawyer. 



Charlotte, N. C. 
Died, March 22, 1907. 

Albany, N. Y. 
Bookkeeper. Died, Oct. 8, 1901. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Lawyer. Died, Nov. 5, 1902. 

Scranton, Penn. 
J., May 7, 1865. At Rutgers two and 



one-half years. Physician. Author of three volumes of stories. 
M.D. (Univ. Maryland, 1889). 

William Lindsley Ward, 

Firm of V. H. White & Co., New York City. 



East Orange, N. J. 



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ALUMNI. 199 



1888. 
A.B. 

♦William Abmitage Beardslee, Saranac, N. Y. 

Born at Constantine, Mich., Apr. 4, 1867. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1891. A.M. (Rutgers, 1891). Died, Oct. 19, 1897. 

Melvin Bbandow, Sharon, Conn. 

Born at Coxsackie, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1863. Unitarian clergyman. 
Meadrille Theological School, 1904. Poultry Farmer. 

♦Frederick Hutchinson Cook, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., Oct. 26, 1867. Lawyer. Columbia 

Law School. A.M. (Rutgers, 1891). Died, May 8, 1893. 
Baldwin Hasbrouck, Port Chester, N. Y. 

Born at New Paltz, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1867. Electrician. 
Frank Lawyer Mayham, New York City. 

Born at Mineral Springs, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1866. Lawyer. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1891). 
Harmon Bay Niveb, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Ancram Lead Mines, N. Y., Aug. 21, 1861. Author, 

"School Hist, of FTngland," "Great Names and Nations," Graded 

Series of Geographies. A.M. (Rutgers, 1907). 

Fbederick William Parker, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, 1867. Manufacturer of dry 
colors. 

Sherman Grant Pitt, Bridgeton, N. J. 

Born at Canton, N. Y., Sept. 9, 1864. M. E. clergyman. Au- 
thor, "Bible Study and the Christian Life." B.D. (Drew Sem., 
1891). A.M. (Rutgers, 1891). 

Giles Herbebt Siiabpley, Corry, Penn. 

Born at Witheredge, England, Dec. 17, 1864. Episc. clergy- 
man. General Sem., New York, 1891. A.M. (Rutgers, 1900). 

John Howabd Voobhees, Sioux Falls, S. D. 

Born at South Branch, N. J., Feb. 20, 1867. Lawyer. Mem- 
ber, Executive Com. American Bar Association, 1912-15. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1891). 
OscAB McMubtbie Voobhees, New York City. 

Born near Somerville, N. J., Dec. 29, 1864. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Secretary and Treasurer, United Society, Phi Beta Kappa, 
1901- . Author, "Historical Sketch of Phi Beta Kappa." N. 
B. Sem., 1891. A.M. (Rutgers, 1891). D.D. (Miami, 1911). 

Febdinand Schenck Wilson, Bayonne, N. J. 

Born at Millstone, N. J., Sept. 2, 1864. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Pastor, Fifth St. Ref'd Church, Bayonne, 1902- . N. B. 
Sem., 1891. A.M. (Rutgers, 1891). 

CiiABLES Stebling Wyckoff, Walton, N. Y. 

Born at Watervliet, N. Y.. Mch. 20. 1866. Cong, clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1891. A.M. (Rutgers, 1891). 



♦Louis Bbodhead Hasbbouck, New York City. 

Born at Montclair, N. J., 1869. At Rutgers, 1884-88. Busi- 
ness. Died, July 25, 1898. 

Robebt Rives La Monte, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y.. Dec. 23, 1867. At Rutgers, 1884-85. 
Lawyer. Univ. Va., 1885-87. 

♦Edwabd William Newell, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 7, 1867. At Rutgers, 
1884-85. Died, Feb. 19, 1885. 



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Edward Breck Vaill, Pittsburgh, Penn. 

Born at Bound Brook. N. J., Jan. 15, 1867. At Rutgers, 1884- 
85. Lawyer. A.B. (Amherst, 1888). 

♦Cornelius Emerick Wyckoff, Irvington, N. J. 

Born at Woodstock. N. Y., July 28, 1866. At Rutgers, 1884-85. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1891. Died, April 11, 1901. 



B.Sc. 

Edwin Moore Alden, Hebron, Neb. 

Baptist clergyman. Hamilton Sem., 1891. 
Richard Donne Divine, Chicago, lU. 

Bom at Irvington. X. J., Dec. 6, 1867. Chemist. 

William James Lanslev. Farmingdale, N. J. 

Born at Poultney. Vermont. June 19. 1868. Consulting ei- 
gineer. Director of corporations. E.R. (Rutgers, 1912). 

Henry Watkins Lockett, Chicago, 111. 

Born at Alexandria, La., June 25, 1868. Engineer. Fire pro- 
tection. 

Isaac Wright Reynolds, Peekskill, N. Y. 
Civil engineer. 

Edward Austin Waldron, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 14, 1867. Manufacturer. 



Walter Almer Barrows, Brainerd, Minn. 

Born at Cold Spring, N. .L, Dec. 31. 1865. At Rutgers. 1885- 
86. Metallurerlcal engineer. President, The Barrows Iron Land 
Co.. of Duluth. Minn., 1905- . 

RuFrs Nutting Chamberlain, Chicago, lU. 

Born at Ootacamund. India. Feb. 6, 1866. At Rutgers, 1884. 
Manager, Gould Storage Battery Co. 

Benjamin George Divine, Lyndhurst, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 3, 1866. At Rutgers three years. 

Accountant. 
Samuel Dodds, Cairo, 111. 

Born at Anna, 111., Feb. 19, 1867. At Rutgers two years. 

Physician and surgeon. M.D. (Jefferson Med. Coll., 1889). 

♦WiLLARD Avery He acock, New York City. 

Bom at Gloversville. N. Y., 1866. Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. 
and S., 1892). Died, Feb. 24, 1899. 

George Perry Morris, Cambridge, Mass. 

Born at Montclair, N. J., Feb. 18. 1864. At Rutgers, three 
years. .Toumalist.' Author, "Historic Towns of New England," 
&c. A.M. (Rutgers). 

Robert Ernest Parsons, Flushing, N. Y. 

Born at Flushing, N. Y., .Tan. 4, 1866. At Rutgers, 1886-88. 

Architect. Stuttgart Technical, Germany, 1891. President, 

L. T. Savings and Investment Association. 

George Albert Quakenbush, Englishtown, N. J. 

Born at Rol)ertsville. N. J., Dec. 3, 186.3. At Rutgers one year. 

Farmer. 

♦William Bishop Tomkins, Pasadena, Cal. 

Born at East Orange. N. J.. Dec. 25, 1867. At Rutgers, 1884-88. 
Presb. clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1890-93. Died, March 27, 1904. 



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ALUMNI. 201 



1889. 
A.B. 

Habby Randolph Andebson, New York City. 

Born at Woodstock, Vt., Aug. 25, 1868. lawyer. 

Abthub J. CoLLiEB, Coxsackie, N. Y. 

Born at Coxsackie, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1864. Lawj-er. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1893). 

Bybon Cummings, Tucson, Ariz. 

Born at WestvlUe, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1861. Prof. Archaeolosry, 
TTniv. Arizona, 1915- . Prof. Ancient Langs, and Lit., rniv. 
Utah, 1895-1915. Dean of School of Arts and Sciences, 1905- 
15. Dean of Med. School, 1907- . AM. (Rutgers, 1892). 

John Ten Eyck De Witt, Oradell, N. J. 

Bom at Guilford, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1867. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Custom House Clerk, 1903- . N. B. Sem., 1892. 
♦Geobge Van Wagenen Dubyee, Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Aug. 10, 1868. Real estate. Village 
President, 1905-06. Vice President, Adirondack Nat. Bk. Died, 
June 27, 1912. 

William Watson Hallock, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn. N. Y., Nov. 19, 1865. Associate Editor, "The 

Christian Work." A.M. (Rutgers, 1898). 
Isaac Mac Munn Holly, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, Aug. 3, 1868. Physician and surgeon. 

M.D. (Long Island Coll., 1897). A.M. (Rutgers, 1902). 

James Habvey Keeling, Watertown, N. Y. 

Born at Utica, N. Y.. Dec. 27, 1864. Presb. clergyman. B.D. 

(Yale Divinity School, 1892). 
Geobge Abmstbong Liggett, Springfield, N. J. 

Presb. clergyman. Ph.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1895). 
Habvey Losee, Upper Red Hook, N. Y, 

Born at Upper Red Hook, N. Y., Mch. 30, 1867. Physician. 

M.D. (Univ. N. Y. Med. Coll., 1898). 
Chables Maab, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1864. ClorgymaTi. R. C. A. 

Clerk. State Insurance Department. Auburn Sem., 1802. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1892). 

KuMAKiCHiBO OiSHi, Waseda, Japan. 

Journalist. 
Henby Livingston Rupebt, New York City. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1892). 

Sam Coble Schenck, Metnchen, N. J. 

Born at I^mbertville, N. J., Oct. 16. 1866. Eastern Manager, 
Belden Mfg. Co. of Chicago. A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). 

Chables Judson Scuddeb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Vellore. India, July 12. 1866. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Business, N. B. Sem., 1897. A.M. (Rutgers. 1892). B.D. 
(Rutgers, 1897). 

Geobge Joseph Steinmetz, Jb., Great Notch, N. J. 

Born In New York City, Sept. 27, 1869. Head English Depart- 
ment High School, Paterson, N. J.. 1903- . 

Elias Wobtman Thompson, Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Readington, N. J., Mch. 31. 1866. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
President. Board of Education, R. C. A.. 191.3- . N. B. Sem., 
1892. A.M. (Rutgers, 1892). D.D. (Hope, 1916). 



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1889. 



♦Maurice Joseph Thompson, New York City. 

Born at Pella, Iowa, Oct. 19, 1867. Principal of Public School. 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1008). LL.B. (N. Y. Law School). Died, Feb. 
27. 1014. 



Charles Best Benson, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Valatie, N. Y., 1865. lawyer. Author books on 
Genealogy and Travel. 
♦Samuel De Witt Drury, Rockville Center, L. I. 

Born at Rhinebeck, N. Y., Mch. 28, 1867. At Rutgers, 1885-87. 
Died, Mch. 1, 1910. 

Charles Edwin Ingersoll, Jamaica, N. Y. 

Born at Akron, O., Sept. 11, 1865. At Rutgers, 1886-S9. Auto 

mechanisms. 
Stephen Jackson Keefe, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Sept. 23, 1867. At Rutgers, 1885-86. 

Physician. First Lieut, and Assistant Surgeon, 3d Regt. N. J. 

Vols., Spanish-American War. M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1889). 

♦Clarence (tOOdwin Scudder, Vellore, India. 

At Rutgers, 1885-88. Died as the result of an accident in the 
gymnasium during his Junior year. May 12, 1888. 

William Campbell Sebring, Kingston, N. Y. 

Physician. M.D. (Albany Med. Coll., 1893). 
♦George Boice Thompson, Colt's Neck, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1885-88. Died from typhoid fever during his Senior 
year, Oct. 28, 1888. 



B.Sc. 

Albert Cornelius Arend, Omaha, Neb. 

Born at Trenton. N. J., June 30, 1869. Consulting civil engi- 
neer. C.E. (Rutgers, 1892). 

Harold Diossy Force, New York City. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Oct. 25, 1867. Efficiency and ac- 
counting expert (municipal). M.Sc, (Rutgers, 1910). 

KiciiARD Thurston Greene, New York City. 

Born at Port Henry, N. Y., June 29, 1867. lawyer. LL.B. 
(Albany Law School, 1891). 

Edward Howell, Morristown, N. J. 

Born at Hanover. N. J., Jan. 7, 1866. Civil engineer. City 
engineer, 1907-10. C.E. (Rutgers, 1892). 

George Morris, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Born at Middletown, N. J., Jan. 30. 1865. Superintendent of 

" Bloomfield Public Schools, 1904- . President, N. J. State 

Teachers' Association, 1912. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1894). A.M. 
(Columbia, 1901). 

William Shields Myers, New York City. 

Born at Albany, N. Y.. Dec. 15, 1866. Director Nitrate Propa- 
ganda for TJ. S. and Colonies. Instructor in Chemistry, Rutgers, 
1894-96. Associate Prof. Chemistry. 1896-1901. Mayor of New 
Brunswick, 1904-05. Trustee, Rutgers, 1902-07, 1912- . Au- 
thor, "Food for Plants," etc. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1894). F.C.S. 
(London, 1892). D.Sc. (Rutgers, 1908). 

John Osborn Polak, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 12. 1870. Surgeon. Prof. Ob- 
stetrics, N. Y. Post-Graduate School, 1900-07. Prof. Obstetrics, 
Dartmouth. 1903- . Prof. Obstetrics and Gynecology, L. I. Coll. 
Author, "Manual of Obstetrics," "Manual of Gynecology." M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1902). M.D. (L. I. Coll. Hospital, and Univ. Ver- 
mont, 1891). F.A.C.S. (American College of Surgeons, 1913). 



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♦Joseph Scott Stillwell, West Orange, N. J. 

Born at Waverly, Ky.. Aug. 28. 1867. Chemist. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1892). Died. Apr. 10, 1014. 
John Phillips Stbeet, New Haven. Conn. 

Born at Beverly, N. J.. Jan. 30, 1860. Chemist, Connecticut 
Agric. Experiment Station, 1007- . State Chemist. Connecticut, 
1915- . Pres. Association of Official Agric. Chemists, 1906-07. 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1893). 



William Eugene Breazeale, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Anderson, S. C, Jan. 12, 186r>. At Rutgers, 1888-89. 

Prof. Mathematics and Astronomy, Rutgers. 1913- . M.M.P. 

(Furman l^niv., 1885). M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1805). 
William Lewis Dayton, Denver, Col. 

Born at New Germantown, N. J., Sept. 5, 1864. At Rutgers, 

1886-87. Law.ver. Member State Board of Pardons, 1896-1902. 

L.L.B. (Columbia, 1889). 

Albert Bodwell Harrison, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Metallurgist and Acting Superintendent Clinton Iron and Steel 
Co., 1902- . 

Robert Hanthorn Ingbrsoll, Atlantic City, N. J. 

B<vrn at May's Landing, N. J., Nov. 17, 1868. Lawyer. Presi- 
dent, City Council 1895-97. Recorder, 1897-98. Judge Dis- 
trict Court, 1898-1911. Sheriff, Atlantic county, 1911-14. 

♦James Hasbrouck Le Fevre, Welland, Ontario, Canada. 

Born at Raritan, N. J.. Feb. 28. 1867. At Rutgers, 1885-89. 
Vice Pres. and General Manager, Hamilton Tube Co. Died, Oct. 
23, 1914. 

Henry Dreer McCormick, Little Falls, N. J. 

Physician. Resident Physician, Overbrook Hospital for Insane, 
1896-1901. M.D. (Coll. P. and S.. 1890). 

♦Cornelius Brlhtn Marshall, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Metuqhen,. N. J., Feb. 18, 1867. At Rutgers, 1885-87. 
Electrician. Died, Oct. 6, 1889. 

KoJiRO Matsugata, Kobe, Japan. 

President Kawasaki Dockyard Company. LL.B. (Yale, 1888). 

M.L. (Yale, 1889). D.C.L. (Yale). 

Frank D. Norris, Shavertown, N. Y. 

♦William Condit Ogden, Dover, N. H. 

Born at Troy Hill, N. J., Feb. 4, 1866. At Rutgers, 1885-87. 
Civil engineer. Died, Oct. 12, 1903. 

Frank Halsey Skinner, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Belleville, N. J., Nov. 26, 1867. With Janeway & Car- 
pender. 

[T'HORFIN Tait, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., Feb. 8. 1870. At Rutgers one year. 
Salesman. Mayor of Metuchen, 1914-16. 

♦John Arent Vander Poel, New York City. 

Born in New York City, June 4, 1866. At Rutgers, 1885-86. 
Lawyer. Died, Jan. 28, 1901. 



1890. 
A.B. 

Howard Wilbur Ennis, Oneonta, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., July 6, 1868. Clergyman. Preaching 
and studying abroad. Union Sem., 1893. 



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Gabrett Jacob Folmsbee. 

Born at South Schodack, N. Y.. Nov. 1, 1865. Business. N. B. 

Sem.. 1893. A.M. (Rutgers, 1893). 
George Washington Glasier, Warsaw, N. Y. 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1865. Principal High School. 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1897). 
Gerard Hallock, Great Bamngton. Mass. 

Born in Broolclyn, N. Y.. July 1, 1867. Principal of Hallock 

School, 1908- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1893). 
Horace Sterling Hawes, Richmond, Va. 

Born in Richmond, Va., Nov. 4, 1868. Merchant. 
Irving Hoagland, New Brunswick, X. J. 

Born at Franklin Park, N. J.. July 24. 1869. Lawyer. Member. 

N. J. Assembly. 1P05-06. LL.B. (N. Y. Law School. 1894). 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). 
Arthur Frederick Mabon, New York City. 

Born at New Durham, N. J., June 3. 1869. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1894. A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). 

Warren Ackerman Mayou, New York City. 

Born at Arcot, India, Jan. 30. 1867. Lawyer. LL.B. (Univ. 
N. Y., 1893). A.M. (Rutgers, 1893). 

Stephen Ward Righter, East Orange, N. J. 

Born in Newark, N. J., Oct. 23, 1867. Presb. clergyman. 
Writer on Presb. Church History. B.D. (Union Sem.. 1893). 

Warren Redcliffe Schenck, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1893). 
Henry Johnstone Scudder, Athenia, N. J. 

Born at Coonoor, India, Oct. 1, 1867. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Missionary to India. R. C. A.. 1890-94. 1897-1914. Principal 

Voorhees College, Vellore, 1898-99. Agencv Secretary. ATnerl- 

can Bible Society, 1915- . N. B. Sem., 1897. A.M. (Rutsjers, 

1897). B.D. (Rutgers, 1897). 
Arthur Spaulding, Salem, N. Y. 

Born at Athens. N. Y., Nov. 18, 1866. Presb. clergyman. 

Union Sem., 1893. 

Elias Brown Van Arsdale, North Paterson, N. J. 

Born at High Falls, N. Y.. Aug. 2. 1869. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1893. A.M. (Rutgers, 1893). 
John S. Van Orden, Spring Valley, N. Y. 

Born at Sprint? Valley, N. Y.. Dec. 6. 1867. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Postmaster. N. B. Sem., 1893. A.M. (Rutgers, 1893). 

Alexander Van Wagoner, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Aug. 28. 1868. Lawyer. L.L.B. (Col- 
umbia, 1893). A.M. (Columbia. 1892). 

♦Charles William Van Zee, High Bridge, N. J. 

Born at Salterville, N. J., Jan. 9, 1867. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem.. 1893. A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). Ph.D. (Tavlor Univ., 
1899). Died, Aug. 16, 1903. 
Ralph Spencer Voorhees, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Mine Brook. N. J., Oct. 26. 1867. Lawyer. Pres. 
Board of Education. Kearny, N. J., 1899-1902. LL.B. (New 
York I^w School, 1896). 

*WiLLiAM Davis Ward, Glen Head, N. Y". 

Born at New Hackensack, N. Y.. June 16. 1869. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1893. A.M. (Rutgers. 1893). Died, 
July 12, 1908. 



♦Frederick Austin Aikin. Warsaw, N. Y. 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y.(?). Apr. 29. 1865. Died as the result 
of an acc'^^nt during the vacation after his Sophomore year, 
Aug. 8, 1888. 



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Jacob Fbedebick Bubg. 

Merchant. 

James Fountain, Old Bridge, N. J. 

Born at Browntown, N. J., May 10, 1865. At Rutgers, 1885-89. 

Farmer and road contractor. Member, N. J. Assembly, 1897. 

*RoBEBT Paul Gbeen, New Brunswick, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1886-87. A.B. 

Isaac Sperling, South Branch, N. J. 

Born at Kingston, N. J., Nov. 15, 1860. Clergyman. R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1893. 

♦Washington Irving Van Riper, Lancaster, CaL 

Born at Paterson, N. J.(?), Jan. 31. 1868. At Rutgers, 1886-88. 

Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1892). Died. Jan. 18, 1896. 



B.Sc. 

Charles Divine, Trenton, X. J. 

Born at Irvington, N. J., Oct. 21, 1869. Accountant and 
cashier. 

Howard Elting, Chicago, 111. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 15. 1869. Paint and varnish 

manufacturer. President, Chicago Assoc, of Commerce, 1913. 
Trustee, Rutgers, 1912- . 

Allen Price Ford, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Bom at Crosswicks, N. J., Dec. 1, 1867. Metallurgist. 

Howard Goff, Muskegon, Mich. 
Accountant. 

♦Samuel Hobart Lockett, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at M[arion, Ala., June 25, 1870. Insurance engineer, 

Continental Ins. Co., N. Y. Died, July 4, 1015. 

Malcolm Cameron Ludlam., South Dennis, N. J. 

Born at Goshen, N. J., June 9, 1868. Manager of Electric 
Railways. 
♦Edward Thorn Middleton, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Crosswicks, N. J., Jan. 7, 1868. Instructor in Elec- 
tricity and Physics, Rutgers, 1890-92. Died, April 16, 1892. 

John Alfred Potter, Cranford, N. J. 

Born at Mt. Pleasant, N. J., Sept. 30, 1870. Journalist. 

Louis William Stotesbury, New York City. 

Born at FIshklU-on-Hudson. N. Y., Oct. 21, 1870. Lawyer. Ad- 
jutant General, State of New York, 1915- . Univ. N. Y. Law 
School, 1893. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1893). 



Elliot Clayton, Freehold, N. J. 

Bom at Freehold, N. J., Aug. 7, 1867. At Rutgers, 1886-87. 
Farmer. 

♦Theodore Jackson Gillies, Jr., Plainfield, N. J. 

Bom at Plainfield, N. J., Jan. 12, 1869. At Rutgers, 1886-89. 
Civil engineer. Died, May 13, 1902. 

William Charles Hubbard, Plainfield, N. J. 
Born at Plainfield, N. J., 1866. At Rutgers, 1887-90. Elec- 
trical engineer. Vice President, Potter Printing l*ress Co., 
1914- . M.Sc. (Alfred Univ., 1911). 

J. Ellis Irick, Vincentown, N. J. 

Bom at Vincentown, N. J., Dec. 9, 1867. At Rutgers, 1886-90. 
Farmer. 



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Charles Frederick Kocher, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 2, 1869. At Rutgers one year. 
Lawyer. Deputy Surrogate, Essex countv, 1902- . Writer 
on legal subjects. LL.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1891). 

*GwiN Lemassena, London, England. 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 16, 1868. At Rutgers, 1886-88. 
Business. Died, April 5, 1898. 

Warren McClellan Osborn, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Electrician. 
Robert Sciimits, Philadelphia, Penn. 

Civil engineer. O.K. (Lehigh Univ., 1891). 
George Edwin Tomlinson, Tx)s Angeles, CaL 

Born at Adams Center, N. Y., Aug. 4, 1868. At Rutgers, two 

years. Stock and bond broker. 



1891. 
A.B. 

James Bishop, New York Citj-. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J. Jan. 6, 1870. Physician. As- 
sistant Surgeon, Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital. 1904-08. 
Assistant Eye Surgeon, Presb. Hospital, 1905-08. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1896). M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1895). 

♦Edward Otis Ciiickering, Schaghticoke, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1866. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1894. A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). Died, March 12, 
1898. 

Harry Rose Danner, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Born in New York City, Dec. 25. 1871. Publisher. Lawyer. 
Author, "Roman Law Pleading." LL.B. (Univ. Minnesota, 
189.3). LL.M. (Univ. Minn., 1894). Ph.D. (Univ. Minn., 1899). 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1894, and Univ. Minn., 1896). 

Howard Crosby Hasbrouck, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Jamaica, L. I., Mch. 1, 1870. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1894. A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). 

Jasper Samuel Hogan, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Rom at Guilderland Centre, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1867. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1894. A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). D.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1915). 

Robert James Hogan, Mayfield, N. Y. 

Born at Guilderland Centre, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1865. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1894. A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). 

Abram Whittaker Hopper, West New York, N. J. 

Born at Spring Valley, N. Y., Feb. 4. 1867. Clergyman. R. C. 
A. N. B. Sem., 1894. A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). Ph.D. (Taylor 
Univ., 1902). 

Charles Wesley Hulst, Engkwood, N. J. 

Born at Greenwich, N. Y.. Jan. 3, 1870. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(New York Law School, 1898). A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). 

Charles Seward Johnson, New York City. 

Bom at Morristown, N. Y., Apr. 8, 1861. Teacher. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1900). 

Henry Lockwood, East Millstone, N. J. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Jan. 4. 1869. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Permanent Clerk, General Synod, 1907-15. Stated Clerk, do., 
1915- . N. B. Sem., 1894. A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). D.D. 
(Hope, 1916). 

Samuel Cliffton Mabon, New York City. 

Born at New Durham, N. J., June 21. 1871. Broker in Invest- 
ment securities. N. Y. Stock Exchange. 



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ALUMNI. 207 



William Fordeb Mets, New Market, N. J. 

Bom at Toms River, N. J.. Doc. 17, 1870. Township Supor- 
vising Principal. A.M. (Rutgers, 1902). 

Frank Reid Miller, Santa Cruz, Cal. 

Journalist. 

William Pohlman Pool, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Bedminster, N. J.. Aug. 10, 1860. I*hysician. Lecturer 
in Gynecology and Obstetrics, L. I. College Hospital. M.I). (L. 
I. (^oll. Hosp., 1894). A.M. (Rutgers, 1804). F.A.C.S. (Amer- 
ican College of Surgeons, 1914). 

John Howard Raven, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom in Brooklyn, X. Y., Oct. 3, 1870. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1804. Prof. O. T. I^ng. and. Kxeg.. N. B. Sem., 
1899- . Trustee, Rutgers, 1014- . Author, "Old Testament 
Introduction," "Essentials of Hebrew (Jraramar." "Manual of 
Biblical Ilerraeneutics." Compiler, "General Catalogue Rut- 
gers College, 1766-1909." "Biographical Record, New Bruns- 
wick Seminary, 1784-1911." A.M. (Rutgers. 1894). D.I). (Rut- 
gers, 1899). 

Patrick Augustine Ray, New York City. 

Born at . Greenwich, N. Y.. June 2, 1871. Educational publish- 
ing, D. C. Heath & Co., 1902- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). 

Howard Augustus Reynolds, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 30, 1868. Lawyer. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1894). 

Herbert Bennett Roberts, Scotia, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1870. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1894. A.M. (Rutgers, 1894). 

Walter Cooley Sampson, Sutnmit, N. J. 

Born at Springfield, Mass., Sept. 22, 1868. Lawyer. Judge 
Summit Criminal Court, 1890-1903. Eplsc. Theol. Sem., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. N. Y. Law School. 

♦Edward Van Vechten Searle, Metuchen, N. J. 

Bom at WyckofT, N. J., Oct. 20, 1869. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1894. A.M. (Rutgers. 1894). Died, Feb. 11, 1007. 

James Coffin Stout, New York City. 

Born at Irvington, N. Y.. Nov. 25, 1860. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Prof. Church History, Bible Teachers Training School. I»rince- 
ton Sem., 1807. B.D. (I*i-inceton Sem., 1010). 

♦Clifford Henry Strang, Peekskill, N. Y. 

Born at Mont Rose, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1867. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(New York Law School). A.M. (Rutgers, 1804). Died, Aug. 
30, 1003. 

William Van Deursen Strong, Oakland, N. J. 

Born at Accord, N. Y., Apr. 28, 1868. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sera., 1804. A.M. (Rutgers. 1804). 

Ebastmus Ames Whitenack, River Falls, Wis. 

Bom at Far Hills, N. J., Dec. 10, 1867. I*rftfessor of German. 

Gillett Wynkoop, Kingston, N. J. 

Chemist. A.M. (Rutgers, 1807). 



♦James Egbert Beach, Harrison, N. J. 

Bora at Caldwell, N. J., Feb. 24, 1864. At Rutgers, 1800-01. 
Baptist clergyman. Crozier Sem. Died. March 1, 1807. 

Alfbed Duncombe, Long Branch, N. J. 

Bom at Stroud, Gloucestershire, England. Nov. 26, 1861. At 
Rutgers, 1887-80. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1803. 

Charles Esselstyn, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Hudson, N. Y.. Sept. 18, 1868. At Rutgers two years. 
Editor, "The Hudson Republican." 



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♦WoETHiNGTON Seymotjr Fabley, Jk., Fort Plain, N. Y. 
Born at Fort Plain, N. Y., July 18, 1869. At Rutgers, 1887-89. 
Merchant. Died, Aug. 19, 1892. 

♦Richard Jones Geisinger, Bridge ton, N. J. 

Born near Bridgeton, N. J., Sept. 5, 1860. Died from diph- 
theria during his Junior year, Jan. 29, 1890. 

Selah Woodhull Strong, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Accord, N. Y., Nov., 22, 1866. At Rutgers,' 1887-90. 
Business. 

♦Elon Moke Waggoner, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Bethlehem, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1868. At Rutgers, 1887-88. 
Clerk, post-office. Died, Aug. 14, 1910. 



B.Sc. 

John Charles Aydelott, Pekin, 111. 

Born at Pekin, 111., Dec. 18, 1868. Grain merchant. Presi- 
dent, Smith-Hippen Co., 1906- . President, School Board, 1915. 
City engineer, 1893-95. C.E. (Rutgers, 1895). 

Philander Betts, 3d, Montclair, N. J. 

Born at Nyack, N. Y, May 28, 1868. Consulting engineer. 
Chief engineer, Public Utilities Commission, New Jersey, 
1910- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1895). E.E. (Columbian Univ., 1903). 
Ph.D. (George Washington Univ., 1914). 

Elihu Calvin Bryan, Shekomeko, N. Y. 

Born at Shekomeko, N. Y., May 24, 1870. Farmer. 

Joseph Compton Castner, Washington, D. C. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 18, 1869. Major of In- 
fantry, U. S. Army. Army War College, 1915. 

Patjll Jewill Challen, Beacon, N. Y. 

Born in Philadelphia, Penn., May 22, 1870. Merchant. 
♦Robert Joseph Dougherty, White Plains, N. Y. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., July 1, 1871. Civil engineer. C.E. 
(Rutgers, 1902). Died, July 13, 1915. 

Harry Williams Fuller, Chicago, 111. 

Born in New York City, June 14, 1868. Vice President and 

General Manager, Appalachian Power Co., Bluefields, W. Va. 

General Manager Washington Railway and Electric Co. and 

Potomac Electric Power Co. 
Thomas Mandeville Hopper, Suffern, N. Y. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Dec. 26, 1868. Civil engineer. Chief 

Engineer, Ramapo Iron Works, 1906-14. 

Samuel Arthur Johnson, Fort Collins, Col. 

Born at Morristow^n, N. J., Dec. 13, 1866. Dean of Faculty, 

State Agricultural College. Author, "Colorado School Laws." 

M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1895). 
George Andrews Mitchell, Vineland, N. J. 

Born at Delhi, N. Y., May 10, 1868. Farmer. Assistant in 

Chemistry. Rutgers, 1891-93. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1892). 
Marcus Caldwell Sears, Blooming Grove, N. Y. 

Born at Blooming Grove, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1867. Farmer. 
Frederick Seymour Smith, Morristown, N. J. 

Born near Morristown, N. J., Oct. S, 1866. Civil engineer. 

Engineer, Morris county, 1916- . C.E. (Rutgers, 1898). 

Isaac Mabbett Sutton, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Bom at South Millbrook, N. Y., Mch. 19. 1867. Secretary, 
Treasurer and General Manager, Jerome Verde Copper Co. 

Arthur Benjamin Totten, Middlebush, N. J. 

Born at Middlebush, N. J., May 5, 1869. Electrical engineer. 



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ALUMNI. 



209 



Cornelius Delos Vreeland, Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Born at Little Falls, N. J., July 17, 1868. Manufacturing 
chemist. 

*Edward T^sky Welling, Warwick, N. Y. 

Born at Warwick, N. Y., May 5, 1868. Chemist. Died, Feb. 
19, 1898. 



♦Samuel Nelson Atwatee, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., June 24, 1869. At Rutgers. 1887-88. 
Merchant. Died, April 13, 1907. 

Jacob Louis Bauer, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Linden, N. J., Nov. 18, 1868. At Rutgers, 1888-89. 
Civil engineer. County engineer. Union county, 1898- . 

Albert Allen Campbell, Delburne, Canada. 

Born at Brampton, Canada, June 2, 1870. • At Rutgers, 1887-88. 
Superintendent University Station post-oflfice. 



♦John De Witt Cruickshanks, 

. Born at Spencer, Mass., July 12, 1869. 
Died, Dec. 17, 1890. 



Spencer, Mass. 
At Rutgers, 1887-88. 



New Brunswick, N. J. 
At Rutgers one year. 



Merchantville, N. J. 
At Rutgers, 1887-89. 
Secretary, Treasurer 



James Patrick Dougherty, 

Born at Princeton, N. J., Mch. 16, 1870. 
Government service. 

Hiram Augustus Farrand, 

Born at Vineland, N. J., Dec. 10, 1868. 

Mechanical Engineer and Manufacturer. 

and Manager, Phila. Terminal Transfer R. R. Co., 1910- 
Harry Duncan Garretson, Dingman's Ferry, Penn. 

At Rutgers, 1887-^8. Bicycle repairs. 
Rodney Tuthill Howell, Peekskill, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 1887-89. With Flelschmann Manufacturing Co. , 
George Washington Mercer, Jr., New York City. 

Bom at Yonkcrs, N. Y., Jan. 8. 1870. At Rutgers, 1887-88. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 1904). 



David Barclay Nevius, 

Born at Bedminster, N. 
Accountant. 
Clarence H. Terhune, 



J., Mch., 1870. 



Born at Cranbury, N. J., Sept. 29, 1868. 
Stock broker. 



East Orange, N. J. 
At Rutgers, 1887. 

New York City. 

At Rutgers, 1887-89. 



♦Francis Persen Van Buren, 

Died as the result of an accident, April 26, 1889. 



Plainfield, N. J. 



1892. 



New York City. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Shrewsbury, N. J. 



A.B. 

WiNFREi) RUGAN ACKERT, 

Born at Red Hook, N. Y., Nov. 30, 1870. 
X. B. Sem., 1895. A.M. (Rutgers, 1895). 

Albert Dorrance Baldwin, 

Presb. clergyman. Union Sem., 1895. 
Joseph Frederic Berg, New Brunswick, N. 

Born at Tiibingen, Germany, July 28, 1871. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Prof. Hellenistic Greek and New Testament Exegesis. N. B. 

Sem., 1911- . Lector, Biblical Theol. and Sacred Hist., N. 

B. Sem., 1905- . N. B. Sem., 1895. A.M. (Rutgers, 1895). 

Ph.D. (Columbia, 1896). D.D. (Rutgers, 1908). 

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1892. 



Ellis Bishop, Boston, Mass. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 7, 1872. Episc. clergj^man. 
Prof. Christian Kvldencos and Pastoral Theology, Berkeley 
Divinity School, 1907-10. Berkeley Divinity School, 1897. 

Clarence Hornbeck Bonnell, Rye, N. Y. 

Born at Port Jervis, N. Y.. Nov. 1. 1869. Physician and sur- 
geon. M.D. (L. I. College Hospital, 1903). 

Philip Milledoler Brett, New York City. 

Born at Newark, N. J.. Feb. 17. 1871. I^awyer. Lieutenant, 

National Guard N. .T.. 1903-08. Trustee. Rutgers, 1900- . 
LL.B. (N. Y. I^w School, 1894). 

Henry Robinson Bristol, Warsaw, N. Y. 

I..awyer. 

James Dickson Carr, New York City. 

Born at Baltimore, Md., Sept, 28. 1808. I^awyer. Assistant 
Corporation (^ounsel. N. Y. City, 1904- Assistant District 

Attorney. N. Y.. 1899-1901. LL.B. (Columbia. 1896). 

Thomas Weston Chester, Hartford, Conn. 

Physician. A.M. (Rutgers, 1895). 
Garrett Milton Conover, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Clinton, N. J., Mch. 29, 1866. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem.. 1895. A.M. (Rutgers, 1898). 

Drury Walls Cooper, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Lawyer. Trustee, Rutgers, 

1908- . Mayor, New Brunswick, 1905-07. LLB. (N. Y. Law 
School, 1894). 

Charles Edward Corwin, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Millstone. N. J.. Sept. 7, 1868. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Author, "Oneslmus," "King Solomon's Riddle." N. B. Sem.. 
1895. A.M. (Rutgers. 1907). B.D. (Rutgers, 1895). 

Henry Kimball Davis, New York City. 

Born at Ilagamnn. N. Y., Mav 28, 1869. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. 

Y. I^w School, 1894). 

Harry Thornton Dayton, Auburn, N. Y. 

Born In Brooklyn, N. Y., June 26, 1869. Lawyer. District 
Attorney, Cayuga county. 1900-05. A.M. (Rutgers, 1895). 

Chalmers Peter Dyke. Andover, Mass. 

Born at Dokkum, Netherlands, Dec. 25, 1869. Clergyman. N. 
B. Sem., 1895. A.M. (Rutgers, 1895). 

Robert Emmet Farley, White Plains, N. Y. 

Born at Fort IMaIn, N. Y., Sept. 28, 1871. Lawyer and real 
estate. President Gramatan National Bank and other corpo- 
rations. LL.B. (N. Y. Law School, 1894). A.M. (Rutgers. 
1895). 

Gilbert Terrell Gale, Passaic, N. J. 

Bom at Bayonne. N. .L, May, 31, 1869. Cashier. 

Amos Hoppock Haines, Huntingdon, Penn. 

Born at Sergeantsville, N. J., May 19, 1859. Baptist clergy- 
man. Prof. BIhlical Lit. and Theism, Juniata Coll., 1897- . 
Acting President, 1898-99. A.M. (Rutgers, 1907). B.D. 
(Yale). D.D. (Juniata Coll., 1905). 

Jesse Charles Hazzard, Natchitoches, La. 

Bom at Kingston, N. Y\. Oct. 8, 1871. Teacher of English. 
Louisiana State Normal School, 1915- . Author, "Eutroplus 
Breviarlum. Terence Andria," &c. A.M. (Rutgers, 1895). Ph.D. 
(Columbia, 1896). 

(tEOrge De Witt Kelso, Thornton, R. I. 

Born near Newburgh, N. Y'., Apr. 9, 1867. Hospital agent. 
Isaac William Lott, New York City. 

Born at Flatbush, L. L, Nov. 21. 1868. Teacher. N. B. Sem., 

1892-94. 



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ALUMNI. 211 



♦MiTSTJYE Oi, Yokosuka, Japan. 

Born at Kochi, Japan, Oct. 30. 1864. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Teacher. N. B. Sem., 1895. A.M. (Rutgers, 1895). Died, Oct. 
1, 1903. 

♦Henry Wemple Pawling, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Born at Hagaman's Mills. N. Y.. July 19, 1868. Photographer. 
N. B. Sem., 1892-93. IMed, Feb. 19, 1903. 

Walter Tracy Scudder, ' Tindivanam, India. 

Born at Ranipettai, India. Apr. 8, 1869. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Missionai^y to India. 1899- . N. B. Stm., 1897. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 189i). B.I). (Rutgers, 1897). 

William Carman Sherwood, Montclair, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Jan, 29, 1871. Lawyer. Vice Presi- 
dent, Registrar and Transfer Co., 1902- . Chief Signal Officer 
of State of New Jersey, 1903-09. LL.B. (N. Y. I^w School, 
1894). 

James Bishop Thomas, Sewanee, Tenn. 

Born at Petaluma, Cal., Mch. 21, 1871. Episc. clergyman. 
Prof. Systematic Theology, Church Polity and Liturgies, Univ. 
of the South, 1915- . B.D. (Cambridge Divinity School, 1895). 
Ph.D. (Halle I'niv., 1901). 

James Westfall Thompson, Chicago, 111. 

Born at Pella, Iowa, June 3, 1869. Professor of Mediaeval His- ' 
tory, I'niv. Chicago. Dean of Junior College of Philosophy, 
1906-09: Author, "The Development of the French Monarchy," 
"The Huguenots Under Louis VI.," "(Catherine de Medici and 
Philip II." &c. Ph.D. (Chicago, 1895). 

Frank Voorhees. Jamesport, N. Y. 

Bom at Anthony, N. Y., Jan. 27, 18(i9. Cong'l clergyman. 
Princeton Sem., 1895. A.M. (Rutgers, 1895). 

Robert Sumner Winn, Sydney, Australia. 

Born of American parents, at Hong Kong, China, Dec. 22, 
1869. Correspondent af Associated I'ress. 



Osmyn Baker, Millington, N. J. 

Physician. M.D. (Columbian Univ., Wash., 1899). 
Thomas Bell, New York City. 

Milton G. Demarest, Santa Paula, Cal. 

Bom at Oradell, N. J., July 25, 1871. At Rutgers one year. 

City clerk and accountant. 

Samuel Gaston Dunham, . Pasadena, Cal. 

Clergyman. 
Franklin Holmes IIalliday, Rahway, N. J. 

With N. Y. and N. J. Telephone Co. 
*Louis riiEBER, Utica, N. Y. 

Born at Landsberg. Bavaria, Juno 19. 1868. At Rutgers. 1888- 

89. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1892. Died, July 30, 

1908. 

Clarence Winants Hillyer, New York City. 

♦Henry McK night Moore, Philadelphia, Penn. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J.. Mch. 31. 1864. At Rutgers, 

1887-90. Episc. clergyman. Drowned in Delaware river, Aug. 

18, 1915. 

George Robert Percy, New York City. 

Born in Jersey City, N. J. Paint salesman. 
Walter Win ant, Tappan, N. Y. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., May 17, 1865. At Rutgers, 1888-89. 

Clergyman. R. C. A. Inspector. N. B. Sem., 1892. 



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B.Sc. 

Andrew Hall Berry, Montclair, N. J, 

Electrical specialties. 

Eugene Betts, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

Born at Hackensack, N. J., Oct. 19, 1870. Engineer and Man- 
ager, Tramway Light & Power Co. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1894). 

Holmes Earle Bruyere, Boston, Mass. 

Bom at Cream Ridge, N. J., Sept. 13, 1869. Bond dealer, 

George Colfax Bullock, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Jacobstown, N. J., Apr. 7, 1869. Real estate and in- 
surance. 

William Jacob Cooper, HoUidaysburg, Penn. 

Born at Somerville, Ohio, Dec. 14, 1868. Mechanical engineer 
with Pennsylvania Railroad. M.E. (Tulane Univ., 1895). C.E. 
(Rutgers, 1902). 

Peter Conover Field, Vancouver Barracks, Wash. 

Born at New Brunswick, X. J., Nov. 4, 1869. Surceon Major. 
Medical Corps, U. S. Army. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1895). M.D. 
(Coll. P. and S., 1895). 

Harold Lyman Hoyt, New Orleans, La. 

C?lvil engineer. 

John Livingston Rutgers Morgan, New York City, 
Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 27, 1872. Professor of 
Physical Chemistry, Columbia Univ., 1905- . Author, "Ele- 
ments of Physical Chemistry," etc. Ph.D. (Univ. Leipzig, 
1895). A.M. (Rutgers, 1895). 

William Thomas Morrison, New York City. 

Manager Yonkers Electric Light Co. Manager Bronx District 
N. Y. Edison Co. 

William Heulings Stafford, New York City. 

Iron and steel construction. 

Frank Robertson Van Horn. Cleveland, Ohio. 

Born at Johnsonburg, N. J., Feb. 7, 1872. Prof. Geology and 
Mineralogy, Case School of Applied Science, 1902- . Li- 
brarian, Geological Society of America, 1913— Author of 
''Lecture Notes on Zoology and Mineralogy," "General and Spe- 
cial Mineralogy." M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1893). Ph.D. (Heidelberg, 
1897). 

Garrett Scott Voorhees, Basking Ridge, N. J. 

Born at Mine Brook, N. J., Dec. 29, 1869. Farmer. 
Henry Edwin Waters > Altoona, Penn. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Nov. 23, 1872. Supervisor Penn. R. R. 
Daniel Gregory Wright, Ironton, Ohio. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 3, 1871. Broker. 
George Hampton Wyckoff, Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

Treasurer Interstate Chemical Co. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1895). 



George Radcliff Brown, New York City. 

Civil engineer. Chief engineer Zanzibar R. R., Africa, 1904-06. 
John Michael Daly, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1871. At Rutgers two years. 

Maintenance of way. Public Service R. R. 
♦Matjritz Frederick H. de Haas, Jr., New York City. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., 1871. At Rutgers, 1888-92. Artist. 

Died, Feb. 10, 1897. 



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ALUMNI. 213 



♦Frederick Force Fisher, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Fort Wayne, Ind., Aug., 1870. At Rutgers, 1888-90. 

Merchant. Harvard Univ. Died, March 13, 1894. 
♦George Root Fuller, Jersey City, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1888-89. 
John Royal Hemion, Passaic, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Sept, 10, 1870. At Rutgers three 

years. Architect of Manhattan Rubber Mfg. Co. 
Sanford Watrous Hover, Germantown, N. Y. 

Bom at Germantown, N. Y., May 21, 1867. At Rutgers one 

year. Horticulture. Philosophical and social research. 
iGNACio Garcia Rovollo Marqitez, (?) Pueblo, Mexico. 

Henry Augustus Mather, New York City. 

Business. 
James Morris McCloskey, New Brunswick, N. J. 

♦Austin Flint Morris, New York City. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Dec. 19. 1868. At Rutgers, 1889-90. 

Physician. M.D. (Bellevue Med. Coll., 1893). Died, Aug. 22, 

1906. 

♦George Herbert Riblett, Rahway, N. J. 

iJied from typhoid fever after being admitted to the Freshman 
class, Oct. 3, 1888. 

Henry Hewgill Stevens, Roselle Park, N. J. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y„ Nov. 20, 1869. Commercial 
traveler. 

Perry Elias Taylor, Schoharie, N. Y. 

Born at Schoharie, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1869. Experimenting. B.Sc. 
(Harvard, 1892). 

William Vaughan, Orange, N. J. 

Albert Batchelder Wells, Southbridge, Mass. 

Born at Southbridge, Mass., Nov. 19, 1872. At Rutgers, 1888- 

90. Manufacturer. 

Walter Farrington Wells, ■ Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Jan. 10, 1870. At Rutsers two years. 
Vice President and General Manager Edison Electric Illumi- 
nating Co. E.E. (Rutgers, 1915). 



1893. 
A.B. 

Henry Charles Cussler, Fonda, N. Y. 

Born at Shelburne Falls, Mass., Dec. 2, 1866. Clergyman,. R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1896. B.D. (Rutgers, 1896). 

♦Paul Winfred Geyer, New York City. 

Born in New York City(?), Apr. 1. 1872. Univ. N. Y., 1891. 
Died during his Senior year, March 22, 1893. 

Henry Harrington Janeway, Riverdale-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 19, 1873. Physician. 
M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1898). 

Frank Malven, Pleasant Valley, N. Y. 

Born at Port Jervis, N. Y., Oct, 16. 1866. Presb. clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1896. A.M. (Rutgers, 1896). B.D. (Rutgers, 1896). 

Robert Dodge Merrill, Babylon, N. Y. 

Born at Newburyport, Mass.. Nov. 6, 1871. Presb. clergyman. 
Union Sem., 1896. 

Isaac Messler, McKee, Ky. 

Born at White House, N. J., Aug. 4, 1867. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1896. 



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♦Louis Howell Mettler, East Millstone, N. J. 

Barn at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 20. 1871. Lawyer. N. Y. 
T^w School, 1896. A.M. (Kiitgors, 1896). Died, Sept. 4, 1899. 
Francis Baird Sanford, New York City. 

Born at Warwlclt, N. Y., Oct. 30. 1871. T^awyer. LL.B. (N. Y. 
Ij&w School, 1896). A.M. (Rutgers, 1896). 

Albert Henry von Schlieder, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at West Leyden, N. Y., Jan. 13. 1869. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1896. A.M. (Rutgers, 1896). B.D. (Rutgers, 1896). 



Y., Oct. 
(Rutgers, 



27. 1871. 
1896). 



HoBART Earl Studley, 

Born at Claverack, N. 
N. B. Sem.. 1896. A.M. 

Charles Edward Tindell, 

Lawyer. 

Isaac J. Van Hee, 

Born at Pultneyville, N. Y., Jan. 20, 1868. Presb. 
N. B. Sem., 1896. 

Frank M. Van Orden, 

Physician. M.D. (Hood Wright Hospital, 1899). 
gers, 1897). 

♦Ellis Robert Woodruff, 

Born at Morristown, N. J.. Aug. 27, 1868. 
at Union Theol. Sem., May 30, 1895. 



Manila, 
Episc. clerajyman. 



P. I. 



New Brunswick, N. J. 



Detroit, Mich, 
clergyman. 

New York City. 
A.M. < Rut- 



New York City. 
Died while a student 



Arthur Norwood Bingham, 



New Rochelle, N. Y. 



Born at East Orange, N. J., July 1, 1872. At Rutgers two years. 
Manufacturer. 



Walter Carrington Cabell, 

Lawyer. 

♦Harold Coburn Cook, 

At Rutgers, 1889-90. Mining. 
1901. 

Samuel Satterthwaite De Cou, 

Farmer. 
Herbert Edwin De Freest, 

Born at North Greenbush, N. Y'., 

.vear. Physician and surgeon. 

M.D. (Albany Med. Coll., 1893). 

Abram Duryee, 

Born at Millstone, N. J., Aug. 4, 1867. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1894. 

David Bouck Lockner, 

Lawyer. U. S. Collector of Customs, 1895-1905. 
Paul Quattlander Oliver, Westfield, N. J. 

Born in New YOrk City, May 9, 1873. At Rutgers two years. 

Lawyer. 

Augustus Hobart Smock, Towson, Md. 

Born at Oyster Bay, L. L, Feb. 14, 1870. At Rutgers two 
years. Choir and chorus director. Soloist. 



Passaic, N. J. 

Denver, Col. 
A.B. (Columbia, 1894). Died, 

Trenton Junction, N. J. 

Troy, N. Y. 
Aug. 11, 1868. At Rutgers one 
Coroner, Rensselaer county. 



Jersey City, N. J. 
At Rutgers, 1889-91. 

Lockport, N. Y. 



B.Sc. 



Reginald Bryant Allen, Gambier, O. 

Born at Medford, N. J., Jan. 3. 1872. Professor Mathematics, 
Kenyon College, 1906- . Author. "Hyper-complex Number 
System." M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1897). Ph.D. (Clark Univ., 1905). 

Charles Storr Chamberlain, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Born at Madanapalle, India, Jan. 22, 1872. Sales agent. 



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RiCHABii Stevens Conover, Bedford, N. Y. 

Born in New York Tity. Dec. 15. 18()9. Teacher. 
Horace Munson Decker, East Orange, N. J. 

Consulting engineer. 
Philip Bevier Has^rouck, Amherst, Mass. 

Prof. Physics, Mass. Agricultural Collogo. 
Joseph Allen Headley, Milltown, N. J. 

Born at Union. N. J., Sept. 15, 186:^. With Michelin Tire Co., 

1909- . Teacher, 1893-1909. 

James Wallace Higgins, Roselle Park, N. J. 

Born in Union county, N. .T.. .Tuly 6, 1873. Civil and landscape 
engineer. C.E. (Rutgers, 1902). 

Philip Lindsley, Raritan, N. J. 

Born at Raritan, X. J., Dec. 11. 1802. lawyer. LUB. (X. 
Y. Law School, 1895). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 189«). 

Charles Edgar Lovejoy, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, X. .T., .Tan. 27, 1872. Wholesale produce 
and commission merchant. 

Richard Swann liUix, New Haven, Conn. 

Bom at Annapolis, Md., Xov. 6. 1867. . Prof. Vertebrate Paleon- 
tology, Yale Univ.. 1911- . Writer on Paleontology. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1896). Ph.D. (Columbia. 190.3). M.A. (Yale, 1911). 

William Gelon McKnight, New York City. 

Bom at Avondale, Ohio, July 29, 1872. lawyer. I>L.B. (Har- 
vard. 1897). 

Daniel Herbert McLalry, ' Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Born at Xew Brunswick, X. J., Feb. 25, 1871. Tile manufac- 
turer. 

Frank Wilbur Remsen, East Millstone, N. J. 

Born at Millstone, X. .!., Sept. 26, 1872. Business. Director, 
Freeholders, Somerset county, 1915- . 

Ezra Frederick Scattergood, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Born at Burlington, X. .T., Apr. 9. 1871. Electrical Engineer, 
(^ity of Los Angeles, 1909— . Instructor in Mathematics. Elec- 
tricity and (Jraphics, Rutgers, 189.5-99. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1896). M.M.K. (Cornell Univ., 1899). 

Harry Noe Selvage, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Bayonne, X. J., .July 2, 1872. Lawyer. 
Frank Lincoln Stevens, Urbana, 111. 

Born at Syracuse. X. Y., Apr. 1, 1871. Professor of Plant 
Pathology. Author, "Agriculture for Beginners," etc. B.L. 
(Hobart, 1891). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1896). Ph.D. (Univ. Chi- 
cago, 1900). 

Richard Storms, New York City. 

Born at Woodcllflf Lake, X. J.. Oct. 19, 1867. Civil engineer. 

Vreeland Tompkins, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City. X. J., Dec. 8, 1870. Manufacturing chem- 
ist. Smooth-on Mfg. Co. 

David Higgins Townley, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, X. .L, Xov. 13, 1871. Engineer, Elizabeth- 
town Water Co. 

Henry Francis Twitchell, Short Hills, N. J. 

Bom at Xewark, X. J., .Tan. 16, 1871. Head Master, "The 
Short Hills School." 
♦Charles Henry Earl Utter, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Xewark, X. J., Mch. 14, 1870. Died, during his Senior 
year, Jan. 6, 1893. 

Herbert Metlar Waldron, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Xew Brunswick, X. J., Feb. 22, 187.3. Manufacturer. 



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Howard Van Deventer Waij)ron, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Bruni^ick, N. J., I<\*b. 22, 1873. President, Hol- 
land Machine Co., 1903-06. 

Benjamin Franklin Ward, Dover, N. J. 

Born at Hainesburg, N. J., June 28, 1861. Principal of School. 



Raymond Voorhis Cole, Omalia, Neb. 

Born at Troy, N. Y., Mch. 12, 1869. At Rutgers, 1889. Funeral 
director. Mombor Board of Education, 1909-11. Vice Presi- 
dent, do., 1911. 

Frank Van Rensselaer Cooper, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Born at Glenvllle, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1869. At Rutgers one year. 
Lawyer. Corporation Counsel. Schenectady, 1912-13, 1916- . 
A.B. (Union, 1893). A.M. (Union, 1896). 

Albert Henry Darnell, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Born at Masonville, X. J., June 20, 1872. At Rutgers three 
years. Hotel business. Lawyer. 

Edward Alexander Francis, Westfield, N. J. 

Alexander Livingston Kean, Livingston, N. J. 

♦Henry J iron Kendall. Isleta, N. M. 

Born, 1869. At Rutgers, 1889-90. Died, May, 1893. 

♦George Washington Mendenhall, Bordentown, N. J. 
Born at Bordentown, N. J.(V), 1872. At Rutgers, 1888-90. 
Died, Oct. 13, 1891. 

George Augustus Oakes, * Bloomfield, N. J. 

Born at Bloomfield, N. J., July 9, 1872. At Rutgers threo 
years. Woolen manufacturer. 

Samuel Lee Poole, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Caldwell. N. J., Aug. 3, 1871. At Rutgers. 1889. 
Banking. 

Robert Hastings Rogers, Newark, N. J. 

Porn in New York City. Apr. 25, 1866. At Rutgers one year. 
Physician. M.D. (Columbia, 1894). 

♦George Brown Schenck, Neshanic, N. J. 

Bom at Neshanic, N. .T.(?), Dec, 1868. At Rutgers, 1889-90, 
1891-93. Business. Died, Jan. 23, 1897. 

♦Clifford Stockton Shaw, Hyde Park, N. Y. 

Born at Lower Walpack^ N. Y.(?), 1870. At Rutgers, 1889-92. 
Died. B>b. 22, 1892. 

William Ward Stephens, New York City. 

Born at Newark. N. J., 1869. At Rutgers, 1889-90. Musician. 
Assistant Musical Director, Manhattan Opera House, N. Y. 
Author, "Harmony — a Text Book." 



1894. 
A.B. 

Frederick Jacob Barny, Maskat, Arabia. 

Born at Basle. Switzerland. Jan. 1. 1873. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Missionary to Arabia. N. B. Sem., 1897. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1897). B.D. (Rutgers, 1897). 

William Edgar Wells Compton, Mariners Harbor, N. Y. 

Bom at Jamesburg, N. J., Nov. 10, 1870. Clergyman. R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1897. B.D. (Rutgers, 1897). 

Franklin Richmond Cushman, * Providence, R. I. 

Born at Providence. R. I., Aug. 28, 1870. Teacher. Trovidence 
Technical High School. A.M. (Brown, 1902). 



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ALUMNI. 217 



Holmes Van Mater Dennis, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 5, 1873. Lawyer. Trustee, Rut- 
gers, 1915- . LL.B. (N. Y. Law School, 1896). A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1899). 

Charles Morison Dixon, Pompton Lakes, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., May 24, 1871. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1897. A.M. (Rutgers, 1897). 
♦Arthur Eugene Field, New Marlboro, Mass. 

Born at Williamstown, Mass., Sept. 28, 1868. Died, April 12, 
1896. 

Frederick Christopher Grant, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born in Toronto, Canada, Nov. 2, 1872. A.M. (Columbia). 
Foreign correspondent. 

Frederick Nelson Jacobus, Irvington, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J.. Dec. 22, 1870. Life insurance, ac- 
tuarial and legal. School Commissioner, Irvington, N. J., 
1908- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1897). 
'''William Botsford Judd, Alliance, Ohio. 

Born at Pittston, Pa., Jan. 29, 1866. M. E. clergyman. Drew 
Theol. Sem., 1889. Professor Psychology and Philosophy, Mt. 
Union Coll.. Alliance, Ohio, 19Q2-07. B.D. Ph.D. (Univ. Jena, 
1896). Died, June 27, 1907. 

Edgar Ireland McCully, Oradell, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., June 28, 1869. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
. N. B. Sem., 1897. A.M. (Rutgers, 1906). 

Henry Miller, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 1, 1871. Clergyman. 
Teacher. N. B. Sem., 1897. A.M. (Rutgers, 1897). 

Otto Leopold Frederick Mohn, Port Richmond, N. Y. 

Bom at Hoboken, N. J., Feb. 1, 1874. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1897. A.M. (Rutgers, 1897). 

Edmund Philip Nischwitz, Havana, 111. 

Born at Warrensville, N. J., Aug. 2, 1872. Lawyer. 
Burton Stearns Puilbrook, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawyer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1897). 
John Augustus Sarles, Grove City, Pa. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1873. Baptist clergyman. 

Crozer Sem., 1897. A.M. (Rutgers, 1897). 

Philip Cook Thomas, New York City. 

Born at Petaluma, Cal., Mch. 25, 1873. Physician. Le^tur^^r. 
Obstetrics, N. Y. Homoeopathic Med. Coll., 1911- . M.D, (N. 
Y. Hom. Med. Coll., 1899). A.M. (Rutgers, 1901). 

John Henry Thompson, Hartford, Conn. 

Born at Pella, Iowa, Feb. 20, 1873. General agent, Connecticut 
Mutual Life Ins. Co., 1901- . B.D. (Univ. N. Y.. 1897). 

Irving Scott Tompkins, Mt. Tabor, N. J. 

Born at Boonton, N. J., Sept. 29, 1809. Actuarial work. Pru- 
dential Ins. Co. 

^Francis Cuyler Van Dyck, Jr., Lawrenceville, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Dec. 26. 1878. Master In 
Mathematics and School Organist. Lawrenceville School, 1800- 
1916. A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). Died, Jan. 25, 1916. 



Albert Huntington Chester, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1870. A.M. (Hamilton, 
1897). 



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Walter Wheeler Cook, Chicago, IlL 

Born at Columbus, Ohio, June 4, 1873. At Rutgers, 1890-91. 
Prof. Law. Univ. Wisconsin, 1906-10. Prof. Law, Univ. Chicago, 
1910- . President. Association of American Law Schools, 
1915-16. A.B. (Columbia, 1894). A.M. (Columbia, 1900). 
LL.M. (Columbia, 1901). 

Allan McLean, Jersey City, N. J. 

With Hanovor National Bank, New York. 
♦Walter Pfeiffer, Williamstown, N. J. 

Born at Williamstown, N. J., Oct. 26, 1869. Drowned in the 

Delaware and Raritan canal with his classmate Willard R. 
Smith, June 2, 1891. 

Anthony Harry Rottger, Jamaica, N. Y, 

Born at Jamaica, N. Y., Apr. 2."), 1874. 
♦Willard R. Smith, Hallsville, N. Y. 

Born at Hallsville, N. Y., June 22, 1872. Drowned in the Dela- 
ware and Raritan canal with his classmate, Walter Pfeiflfer, 
June 2, 1891. 

John Albert Thurston, Norwood Park, IlL 

Born at Pottersville, N. J.. Dec. 27. 1868. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1895. A.M. (Oskaloosa Coll.. Iowa, 1903). D.D. 
(Midland Univ., 1906). 

Theodore William Rudolph van het Ix)o, McBain, Mich^ 

Born at Hasselt, Netherlands, May 16, 1869. At Rutgers one 
and one-half years. Clergyman, (;!hristian Reformed Church. 
Theological Sem., Grand Rapids, 1897. 



B.Sc. 

Charles Ferdinand Berger, New York City. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 30, 1866. Civil engineer and 
building contractor. C.E. (Rutgers, 1900). 

Howard De Mott, Hackensack, N. J- 

Born at Hackensack, N. J., Apr. 28, 1874. Cashier. 

John Van Nostrand Dorr, New York City- 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 6, 1872. Metallurgical engineer. 
Inventor of the Dorr Classifier, etc. E.M. (Rutgers, 1914). 

Abijah Charles Fox, Nutley, N. J^ 

Born at Camden, N. J., May 24, 1878. Consulting engineer. 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1901). 

Mount De Bow Gravatt, Scranton, Pa^ 

Born at Clarksburg. N. J., Nov. 6. 1867. Assistant Director of 
Instruction, International Correspondence School. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1903). 

Daniel Hand, Newark, N. J^ 

Born at Cape May Court House, N. J., Nov. 1, 1868. Chemist. 
Howard Godfrey Harris, Ventnor City, N. J.. 

Born, at Tuckahoe, N. J., Oct. 16, 1871. Real estate and in- 
surance. 

Raymond Steele Harrison, Stockton, N. J^ 

Born at Caldwell. N. J., May 11, 1870. Ranching. 
David Layton, New York City. 

Born at Liberty Corners, N. J., Mch. 1, 1869. Teacher. M.Sc. 

(Rutgers, 1903). 
Arthur Lee, Providence, R. I^ 

Born at Needham. Mass.. Feb. 12. 1873. Principal of High 

School. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1900). 

Warren Smith Mitchell,' Vineland, N. J.. 

Born at Delhi, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1871. Teacher, Stevens School, 
Hoboken. 



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James Scott Thompson, Hackensaek, N. J. 

Born at Newarl^, N. J., Mch. 6, 1869. Civil engineer. C.E. 

(Rutgers, 1900). 
George Edward Teacy, Frederick, Md. 

Born at Boston, Mass., June 16, 1872. Automobile dealer. 
George Morehouse Van Duzer, Warwick, N. Y. 

Born at Warwick, N. Y., Mch. 6, 1870. With C. R. R. of N. J. 
Leonard Lovejoy Wetmore, New York City. 

Born at Englewood, N. J., Jan. 3, 1874. Real estate. 
Marshall Williams, Pittsburg, Penn. 

Born at Blackwood, N. J., July 24, 1873. Operating manager. 

American Bridge Co. 
Joseph Johnson Yates, North Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Apr. 20, 1873. Civil engineer. 

Bridge engineer. Central R. R. of N. J., 1907- . 



Lewis Augustus Adams, Lower Bank, N. J. 

Born, 1864. Teacher. 

Ernest Edwin Armstrong, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

♦Charles Voorhees Buttler, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 18, 1869. At Rutgers, 

1890-91. Physician. M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1893). Died, Aug. 

16, 1911. 

James Edward Gifford, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Hudson, N. Y., Sept. 4, 1873. At Rutgers two years. 

With the N. Y. C. and H. R. R. 

David Newton Henry, Nutley, N. J. 

Born at Danville, N. J., June 6, 1866. At Rutgers, 1890-91. 
Deputy collector. Internal Revenue, Newark, N. J. 
James Kirtland Howard, Lorain, Ohio. 

Born at Zanesville, Ohio. Aug. 8, 1871. At Rutgers two years. 
Assistant engineer, L. A. and S. R. R. Co., 1913- . 

Harry Alexander Hunt, Glen Gardner, N. J. 

Born at Glen Gardner, N. J., July 11, 1871. Clerk. 
William Ambrose Kinsey, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Dec. 23, 1872. At Rutgers three years. 

Consulting and contracting engineer. 

ARTHUR Win SLOW Knapp, Bay side, L. I. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Jan. 29, 1875. At Rutgers two years. 
Salesman. 

Howard Warren Ludlam, Haddonfield, N. J. 

Born at Goshen, N. J.. June 21, 1870. At Rutgers two years. 
Merchant. 

Wilson Davis Lyon, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Born at Bloomfleld, N. J.. July 20, 1872. Import and export, 
H. W. Peabody & Co., N. Y. 

Rhuel Hampton Merrill, Pittsburg, Penn. 

Born, Dec, 25, 1867. Presb. clergyman. Auburn Sem., 1897. 
B.D. 

Jonathan Manning Roberts, South Amboy, N. J. 

Born at Burlington, N. J., Dec. 16, 1871. At Rutgers, 1890-92. 
Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. and S,, 1896). 

W^iNFiELD Crown Smith, Burlington, Wis. 

Born at South Orange. N. J. Law clerk. LL.B. (Illinois Col- 
lege of Law, 1907). 

Yoshimaro Takatsuji, Tokio, Japan. 

Abram Willard Totten, South Middlebush, N. J. 

Farmer. 



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Fbed Benedict Van Brakle, Keyport, N. J. 

Bora at Keyport. N. J., Sept. 22, 1872. Accountant, Equitable 

Life Assurance Society. 
Henry Houck von Olhausen. , 

Born at Mahanoy Plane, Pa., June 19, 1873. 
James Albert Woodward, New York City. 

Bora at Jersey City, N. J., Aug. 3, 1871. At Rutgers two years. 

Stock broker. 



New York City. 
Lawyer. 

New York City. 
Lawyer. 

New York City. 
Lawyer. N. Y. 



1895. 
A.B. 

David Cahart, 

' Born at Jersey City, N. J., Aug. 11, 1870. 
Frank Cornell Eaton, 

Born at Grahamsville, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1869. 
♦Henry Underbill Hart, 

Born at Locust Valley, L. I., Sept. 15, 1874. 
Law School, 1897. Died, Jan. 25, 1911. 

George Jacob Janeway, ^ New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 29. 1874. N. B. Sem., 
1895-97. Princeton Sem., 1899. A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). 

Frederick William Johanect, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Born In Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 3, 1872. Advertising agency. 

DwiGHT Chapin Lefferts, Redlands, Cal 

Bora at Platbush, L. I., Oct. 22, 1874. Orange shipper. 

John Conant Loud, Brooklyn, N. Y, 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1873. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. 

Y. Law School, 1897). A.M. (Rutgers, 1898). 

George Sullivan Ludlow, 

Born at Neshanic, N. J., Sept. 16, 1873. Lawyer. 
Y. Law School, 1897). A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). 

John Provost Stout, 

Born at Nagasaki, Japan, Jan. 26, 1870. Teacher. 

gers, 1898). 
Thomas Morris Strong, 

Born at Flatbush, L. I., Dec. 9, 1873. Farmer. 
Warren Clark Van Slyke, 

Born at Jamaica, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1874. Lawyer. 
Herman Carl Weber, 



New Ibrk City. 
LL.B. (N. 

Lakehurst, N. J. 
A.M. (Rut- 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

New York City. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Bom at Mina, N. Y., Feb. 9. 1873. Presb. clergyman. N. B. 
Sem., 1898. B.D. (Rutgers, 1898). A.M. (Rutgers, 1898). 



♦Wilbur Witiirow Ballagh, Tenafly, N. J. 

Born at Yokohama, Japan, Mch. 28, 1874. At Rutgers, 1891-92. 
Assistant dry goods editor, "Journal of Commerce," N. Y., 
1906-07. A.B. (Johns Hopkins. 1895). Died, Dec. 9, 1911. 

Ward Gamewell Berry, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at sea. Mch. 27. 1875. At Rutgers two years. Lawyer. 
N. Y. Law School, 1897. 

John Hamilton Potter Conover, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born In New York City, 1873. Physician. A.B. (Columbia, 
1895). M.D. (Columbia, 1898). 

Charles Wyckoff Gulick, Dumont, N. J. 

Born near New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 22, 1867. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1898. B.D. (Rutgers, 1898). 



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♦Joseph Henry Seeberger, West Troy, N. Y. 

Born at West Troy, N. Y., Apr. 28, 1869. At Rutgers, 1891- 

92. Died, Dec. 21, 1896. 

Robert Ellison So are, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at New Hurley, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1868. At Rutgers, 1891- 

93. Insurance broker. 



B.Sc. 

John Garretson Blackwell, Chloride, Ariz 

Born at Franklin Park, N. J., Oct. 27, 1873. Mining. Phy- 
sician and surgeon. M.D. (Hahnemann Med. Coll., Philadelphia, 
1900). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1901). 

Eugene Bogert, Glen Rock, N. J. 

Born at Harrington Park, N. J., Aug. 10, 1874. Secretary and 
Treasurer, The Bogert and Carlough Co., Paterson. C.E. (Rut- 
gers, 1901). 

John Henry Carnes, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Aug, 29. 1873. Patent exarainor, 
190O- . LL.B. (National Law School. Washington, D. C, 
1905). M.P.L. (Geo.. Washington Univ., 1906). 

Abram Schuyler Clark, New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1874. Physician, Diseases af 
Skin and Cancer. Prof. Dermatology, ]^ Y. Post Graduate 
Medical School. Author, "Tuberculin, Its use in Treatment of 
Skin Disease." M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1902). M.D. (Coll. P. and 
S.). 

Edgar Stanley Conklin, Tottenville, N. Y. 

Born at Pekin, 111., Apr. 3, 1874. Chemist. 

Charles E. Conover, New York City. 

Born at Manalapan, N. J., Jan. 19, 1873. Civil engineer. As- 
sistant and now designing engineer. Public Service Commission, 
1900- . C.E. (Rutgers, 1910). 

Charles Meirs Denise, Chicago, 111. 

Born at Norfolk, Va., Jan. 24, 1876. . Contracting engineer. 

C.E. (Lehigh Univ., 1898). 
Frederick William: Ells, Milv^raukee, Wis. 

Born at Philmont, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1871. Secretary and engineer. 

Northwestern Manufacturing Co., 1904— . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 

1898). 
John Mulford Enright, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., May 10, 1876. Lawyer. N. Y. Law 

School, 1898. 

Amos Haines Flake, Collingswood, N. J. 

Born at Medford, N. J., Apr. 4, 1870. Supervising Principal 

of Schools. 

Henry Seeley Hampton, Millville, N. J. 

Born at Millville, N. J., Oct. 7. 1874. Office manager. 

Irwin White Howell, Flushing, L. I. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 3, 1875. Commercial 

engineer, General Electric Co. 

Euge>»e Lindsley Hurley, Bronxville, N. Y. 

Born at Newark. N. J., Aug. 4, 1875. Civil engineer. 
Charles Townsend Letson, Stelton, N. J. 

Merchant. 
Robert Ballantine Littell, Summit, N. J. 

Born at Setauket, L. I., Jan. 2, 1873. Insurance. 



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1895. 



Gabriel Ludlow, Macon, Ga. 

Born at Neshanic. N. J., May 29. 1872. Superintendent Vir- 
ginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 

William Frank Parker, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Sept. 19, 1873. Casliier, Nat. 
Bk. N. J., 1915- . Collector of taxes, New Brunswick, 1905-10. 

Robert Stevens Parsons, New York City. 

Born at Ilohokus. N. J., May 26, 1873. Chief engineer, Erie 

R. R. C.E. (Rutgers, 1900). 
Frederick Harrison Pierson, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Aug. 25, 1873. Pl^.vsician. M.D. (Coll. 

P. and S.. 1899). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1899). 
€larkson Runyon, Jr., Glen Cove, L. I. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 29, 1874. Stock broker. 
Thomas French Russijm, Chicago, 111. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., May 10, 1874. Manager of Chicago 

oflSice, I'urdy & Henderson, civil engineers, 1904- . 

George Francis Scull, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Camden, N. J.. July 9. 1874. Lawyer. LL.B. (National 
T'niv. Law School, 1907). M.P.L. (George Washington Univ., 
1908). 

Alexander Brokaw Way, Swampscott, Mass. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 11, 1874. Chief chemist, 
N. E. Gas and Coke Co., 1905- . 
♦Charles Augustus WeAcerly, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Feb. 12, 1874. Died, Aug. 1, 1897. 



Philip Sheridan Bailey, Tom's River, N. J. 

Born at Tom's River. N. J. Principal of High School. 

Hamilton Scrymsbb Battin, Fair Haven, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Dec. 25, 1874. At Rutgers throe 

years. Insurance broker. 

♦Arthlti Morgan Clark, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Perth Amboy,.N. J., Nov. 11, 1873. At Rutgers, 1891- 

93. Lawyer. Died, Jan. 26, 1915. 

George Howard Cowie, New York City. 

Born at Rahway, N. J. Lawyer. Assistant corporation coun- 
sel, N. Y. City. 1896- . 

Fred Henry Decker, Bristol, Pa. 

Born at Little Falls, N. Y., Nov. 25. 1868. At Rutgers one 
year. Vice President, Simplex Vacuum Mfg. Co. 

George Ray Deshler, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Petroleum Centre. Penn., May 16, 1872. At Rutgers, 
1891-92. With U. S. Rubber Co. 

Frank Vreeland Dobbins, Rahway, N. J.. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Dec. 3, 1875. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. Y. 

Law School). 
Grinfill Harrison B. English, Wilmington, Del. 

Boin at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 31, 1872. Supervisor Dlv. 

No. 6, Erie, Eastern Div. Penn. R. R. 

Joseph Millspaugh Fowler, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Walden, N. Y., July 15. 1873. At Rutgers, 1892-93. 
lawyer. Member, N. Y. Assembly, 1905-10. B.L. (Cornell, 
1895). 

*Frank Kingsley Grant, Schoharie, N. Y. 

Born at Gilboa, N. Y.. Apr. 14, 1872. At Rutgers, 1891-95. 
Lawyer. Died, Nov. 80, 1911. 



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Clarence Eugene Francis Hetrick, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Van Wert. Ohio, Aug. 1. 1873. At Rutgers, 1801-92. 

Mayor. Asbuiy Park. Treasurer, (Mty of Asbury Park. 1907-08. 

Sheriff, Monmouth county, 1909-11. Delegate, Nat. Republican 

Convention. 1912. 
Alfred Hosie, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at Scranton. Pa., Meh. 17. 1871. 

, Stanly Woodruff Jones. Ruhway, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Nov. 1.8, 187.'^. At Rutgers three years. 
Salesman. 

James Arthur Mandeville, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. .T., Oct. 18, 1872. General agent. Equitable 

Life Assurance Society. 
Eugene Augustus Meaciiam, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 16. 1872. Physician. M.D. 
. (Univ. N. Y., 1898). 

♦William Monroe Moobe:. Pawnee, Okl. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. .T.. Apr. 19, 1872. At Rutgers. 
1891-92. Physician. M.D. (Bellevue Med. Coll., 1896). Died. 
Feb. 21, 1912. 

Irving William Mott, . New Britain, Conn. 

Born at Poughkeepsie. N. Y.. Apr. 10. 1871. At Rutgers. 1891- 
92. Chief draughtsman, Berlin Construction Co., 1908- . 

CuARLES Johnson Negus, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Mch. 1, 1873. At Rutgers, 1891-9.S. 
Buyer. 

Franklin Pleasants Noble. Roslyn Heights, Long Island, N. Y. 

Born at Maiden, N. Y., Mch. 25, 1872. Civil engineer. 

Robert Kitching Painter, New York City. 

Born at West Haven, Conn., May 8, 1874. At Rutgers two 
years. Mining engineer. E.M. (Columbia, 1896). 

Courtl^vndt Fitz Randolph, Toledo, O. 

Born at Brldgeton, N. J., June 11. 1874. Salesman. 
Daihachiro S'aoara, Tokio, Japan. 

Born at Saga. Ilizen. Japan, Mch. 3. 1871. 
♦Irving Emmons Salmon, Morristown, N. J. 

Born at Boonton, N. .7.. Mch. 9, 1874. At Rutgers. 1891-9r>. 

Lawyer. Died, .Tan. 22, 1908. 

ZuiNGLius Francis Siiafer, Rensselaer, N. Y. 

Born at West Troy. N. Y.. Oct., 1873. Financial clerk, N. Y. 
State Commission In Lunacy. 

William Harvey Stilson, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Born in New York City, Apr. 22, 187.S. At Rutgers. 1891-93. 
Assayer. 

•Chester IIartranft Tapping, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 24, 1872. 

John Wills, Stanhope, N. J. 

Born at Stanhope. N. J., Jan. 1, 1871. At Rutgers two years. 
Coal, lumber, etc. 

Howard Stillman Wilson, Metucben, N. J 

Born at Dunellen. N. J., June 17. 1873. At Rutgers, 1891-92. 
Parole agent. State Home for Boys. 



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18M. 



1896. 
A.B. 

Henry Wells Brink, Woodstock, N. Y. 

Born at Katsbaan, N. Y., July 3, 1875. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1899. B.D. (Rutgers, 1899). 
WiLLABD Conger, Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Born at Whltestone, L. I., Feb. 23, 1874. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1899. A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). 
Lane Cooper, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 14, 1875. Prof. Eng. 

Lang, and Lit., Cornell Univ., 1915- . Assistant Prof. Eng. 

Lang, and Lit., Cornell Univ., 1900-15. Author, "The Prose 

Poetry of Thomas De Quincey," etc., etc. A.M. (Yale, 1898). 

A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). Ph.D. (Leipzig, 1901). 
Alfred Drury, Princeton, N. J. 

Born at Ghent, N. Y., Dec. 22. 1872. Physician. M.D. (Hom. 

Med. Coll., 1900). A.M. (Rutgers, 1900). 
John Laurence Duuyee, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Champlain, N. Y., Nov. 19, 1874. Treasurer, Janeway 

Button Co. 

George Smock Hobart, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 24. 1875. Lawyer. Co-editor of 

"Corbin's N. J. Court Rules." LL.B. (N. Y. Law School, 1899). 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). 
♦Arthur Frederick Jennings, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Englewood, N. J., July 1, 1875. Lumber merchant. 
Died, Jan. 10, 1910. 

Charles Gilbert Mallery, Bedminster, N. J. 

Born at Milford, Del.. Nov. 21, 1869. Clergyman. R. r. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1899. A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). 
Edwin Corwin McKeag, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J. Lawyer. Author, "Mistake in 

Contract." A.M. (Rutgers, 1897). LL.B. (Columbia, 1900). 

Ph.D. (Columbia, 1905). 

Edward Jay Meeker, Lodi, N. Y. 

Born at Succasunna. N. J., Aug. 8, 1867. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1899. A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). 

Charles Scudder Pool, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Bedminster, N. J., June 28, 1875. Physician. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1899). M.D. (Long Island Med. Coll., 1899). 

Edward Taylor Fitz Randolph, West Nyack, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 30, 1872. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. N. B. Sem., 1899. A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). 

William Addison Ranney, Ossining, N. Y. 

Born at Summer Hill. N. Y., Mch. 22, 1871. Teacher, St. 

John's School. N. B. Sem., 1899. P.D.B. (N. Y. State Normal 
College. 1900). A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). 

Francis Edward Tilton, Morris Plains, N. J. 

Born at Keyport, N. J., Aug. 20, 1873. Township supervising 
principal. 

John Brownlee Voorhees, Hartford, Conn. 

Borri at Blawenburgh, N. J., Jan. 27, 1875. Cong, clergyman. 
Corresponding Secretary Board of Domestic Missions. R. C. A., 
1908-12. N. B. Sem., 1899. A.M. (Rutgers, 1899). D.D. 
(Rutgers, 1913). 



John Alexander Corson. New York City. 

Born in New York City, Dec. 29, 1871. Clerk. 



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HoBACE Jackson Ceais, Bingham, Me. 

Bom at Delhi, N. Y., June 18, 1873. At Rutgers three years. 

Lumberman. 
ViBGiL Cabpenteb Haviland, Catskill, N. Y. 

Born at Lafayette, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1873. Colporteur, Watch 

Tower Bible and Tract Soc, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
John Edwabd Jenn.tngs, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at South Rutherford, N. J., Aug. 6, 1875. At Rutgers 

two years. Physician. M.D. (Columbia, 1899). 
Stephen McCulloch, Gloversville, N. Y. 

Born at Coeymans, N. Y., May 12, 1874. Dentist. D.D.S. 

(N. Y. Coll. of Dental Surgery, 1903). 
♦George Malven Ridgway, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Stroudsburg, Penn., June 3, 1874. At Rutgers, 1892-94. 

Physician. Medical Dept. Mercer Hospital. M.D. (Univ. Penn., 

1899). Died, Oct. 8, 1911. 
Walter Aikman Sherwood, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Dec. 25, 1875. At Rutgers, 1892-93. 

Physician. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1896). F.A.C.S. (American 

College of Surgeons, 1913). 
Henry Julius Augustus Spelker, Washburn, N. D. 

Born at WynantsklU, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1871. Clergyman. 
Russell Van Arsdale, Savannah, Ga. 

Born at High Falls, N. Y., Apr. 8, 1873. Railway clerk. 



B.Sc. 

Louis Derby Ayres, New York City. 

Born at Bergen Point, N. J., Aug. 25, 1874. Architect. 

Joseph George Baier, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 2, 1875. Instructor, 
Physics, Stuyvesant Technical High School, New York City. 

Wesley Warner Burden, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 30, 1875. Mechanical engineer. 

Instructor, Univ. N. Y. School of Applied Science, 1902-03. 

C.E. (Univ. N. Y., 1897). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1899). 
William Ryall Burtis, Freehold, N. J. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., Apr. 21, 1876. Lawyer. 
William Pierson Carter, Springfield, N. J. 

Born at Springfield, N. J., Aug. 22, 1875. Civil engineer, 

consulting architect. 
Walter Knickerbocker Cavileer, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Born at Lower Bank, N. J., Nov. 1, 1874. Real estate and in- 
surance. 
George Dunn Cornish, Millington, N. J. 

Born at Gillette, N. Y., July 2, 1872. Special sales agent. 
Bergen Davis, New York City. 

Born at White House, N. J., Mch. 31, 1869. Professor of 
Physics, Columbia. A.M. (Rutgers, 1900). Ph.D. (Columbia, 
1901). 
♦Paul Kirk Douglas, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 30. 1874. Insurance. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1899). Died. Dec. 28, 1902. 

Erkuries Beatty Fithian, Little Rock, Arkansas. 

Born at Greenwich, N. J., Feb. 4, 1872. General Road master, 
Missouri Pacific Railway, 1908- . 

Alfred Cookman Gregory, Trenton, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Mch. 26, 1872. Civil engineer. 

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Spencer Littlefield Higgins, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Union, N. J., Nov. 13. 1876. Physician, U. S. Navy. 
M.D. (Coll. P. and S.. 1903). 

William Roger Hogg, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Tom's River, N. J., Sept. 18, 1875. Wholesale and 

retail ice dealer. 

Lester Inglis, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J.. Dec. 4, 1874. Dentist. A.M. (Col- 
umbia, 1897). LL.B. (Univ. N. Y.. 1898). D.D.S. (N. Y. Coll. 
Dental Surg., 1908). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1899). 

George Elbert Jackson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Johnsonburg, N. Y., Nov. 28. 1874. Civil engineer for 
aty of New York, 1896- . C.E. (Rutgers, 1900). 

Thomas Herbert Letson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Middlebush, N. J., Apr. 28, 1875. Sales manager. C.E. 
(Rutgers, 1901). 

Herbert Arthur Luster, Chicago, 111. 

Born at Elizabeth. N. J... Aug. 31, 1874. Woolens. C.E. (Rut- 
gers, 1901). 

Frank Conover Manley, Roselle, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 4, 1874. Civil engineer. 
With American Bridge Co., 1896- . C.E. (Rutgers, 1899). 

Frank Leaming Manning, Red Bank, N. J. 

Bom at Keyport, N. J., Jan. 21, 1875. Dentist. D.D.S. 
(Philadelphia Dental College, 1900). 

Bartholomew Francis Monaghan, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Feb. 9, 1873. Principal of Public 
School. 

George Sheldon Mower, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Katsbaan, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1876. Mathematician, Pru- 
dential Insurance Co. M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1899). 
George Winfield Nuttman, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., .Oct. 20, 1876. Musician. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1900). 
William O'Connor, Paterson, N. J. 

CuLLEN Warner Parmelee, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., June 27, 1874. Professor Ceramics, 

Rutgers, 1908- . Director of Department of Ceramics, 1903- . 

Instructor in Chemistry. 1901-05. Associate Prof. Applied 

Chemistry, 1905-08. President, American Ceramic Society, 

1914-15. 
Robert Matthews Pierson, Akron, O. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Sept. 11, 1875. Lawyer. N. Y. Law 

School. 
John Francis Post, Jr., New York City. 

Born, Oct. 9, 1874. Wholesale paper dealer. 
Charles Anson Poulson, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Born at Newark. N. J., Aug. 29, 1872. General contractor. 

M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1899). 
Irving Lee Reed, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 31, 1874. Manager of sales. 
Allison Burton Roome, Roslyn, L. I. 

Born at Pequanac, N. J., Oct. 13, 1877. Manager, L. I. Dept. 

Continental, Fidelity-Phenix and American Eagle Insurance 

Companies. 
Waldo Berth Rosencrantz, Cranford, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 4, 1875. Chief engineer, American 

Tobacco Co. 

Henry De Witt Tremper. Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1875. Manufacturer's agent. 



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Garret Van Cleve, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Corona, N. J„ July 31, 1874. Lawyer. 

William Van Bergen Van Dyck, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 8, 1875. Managing Di- 
rector, Cla. General Electric. E.G. (Columbia, 1897). M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1899). 

Howard Edward Van Ness, Little Falls, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 1, 1875. Civil engineer. 

Robert Bradshaw Whitaker, Milburn, W. Va. 

Bom in London, England, Jan. 16, 1876. Mining engineer. 

Howard Edmund White. New Haven, Conn. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Aug. 12, 1875. Assistant superintend- 
ent. New Haven Gas Light Co. 

Miller Royal Whitenack, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Apr. 2, 1875. Physician. M.D. (Coll. 
P. and S., 1900). M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1905). 

GusTAV Frederick Wittio, Pinehurst, Ala. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 15, 1876. Prof. Physics 
and Electrical Engineering, Univ. Alabama. 1909- . Assistant 
Prof. Electrical Engineering, Univ. Maine, 1908-09. E.E. 
(Columbia, 1904). 

Herrert Wyckoff, New York City. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., July 27. 1876. Manufacturer. Presi- 
dent of Manhattan Slide and Film Co. President of Brady 
Lithographic Co., Inc. 

Jesse Frederick Zadriskie, Hackensack, N. J. 

Civil engineer and surveyor. 



Frederick Charles Baum, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Geneva, N. Y.. Apr. 22, 1872. With Swift & Co. 
Aldert Leon Beyliks. 

Born at Tenafly, N. J., May 1, 1873. 
♦Frank Thorn Blake, Madison, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J.. Oct. 31, 1875. At Rutgers, 1892-93. 

Insurance. Died, Feb. 3, 1897. 
Stephen Duryea Bogardus, Montrose, N. Y. 

At Rutgers one year. Builder. 
William Cook Bryan, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Born at Tom's River, N. J., Oct. 13, 1875. At Rutgei*s one year. 

Real estate. 

Elvin Carrens Burtis, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Cream Ridge, N. J,, Dec. 7, 1870. Manager Seacoast 
Gravel Co. 

Clarence Woodruff Byram, New York City. 

Born at Morristown, N. J., July 5, 1875. Business, bonds. 

Horace Stillman Chester, Fort Nome, Alaska. 

Born at Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1864. Prospector and mail 
contractor at Golofin Bay, Alaska, 1902- . Sheriff. 

Isaac Christman, Camden, N. J. 

Bom in Philadelphia, Pa., June 28, 1868. Dealer hi dry goods 
and notions. 

Edwin Skellinger Cooper, AUenhurst, N. J. 

Born at Morristown, N. J., June 6, 1874. Manufacturer. 
B.Arch. (Cornell, 1897). 

Frederick Newton Crowell, Cincinnati, O. 

Born at South Orange, N. J., Oct. 13, 1873. At Rutgers three 
years. Division Engineer, Pennsylvania lines west of Pitts- 
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HowABD NoTT Doughty, Ipswich, Mass. 

Born at Englewood, N. J., Aug. 16, 1875. Manufacturer of 
hosiery. 

Isaac Nevius Enyabd, Montdair, N. J. 

Born In Brooklyn, N. Y. Public Accountant. 
♦Ibwin Fisher, Harlingen, N. J. 

Born at Mlddlebush, N. J., July 29, 1875. At Rutgers, 1892-93. 

Physician. M.D. (Medico-Chirurgical Coll., Philadelphia). Died, 

Dec, 1899. 
Alan SON McDowell Gray, Elizal)eth, N. J. 

Born at Franklin, Pa., Oct. 24, 1873. Oil machinery expert. 
John Lathrop Gray, St. Louis, Mo. 

Born at Franklin, Pa., Feb. 6, 1875. At Rutgers, 1893. Man- 
ager Manufacturing Dept., Pierce Oil Corporation. 

Christopher Arthur Hibler, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Born in Sussex county, N. J., Feb. 4, 1873. At Rutgers two 
years. President and General Manager, Brelsford Packing and 
Storage Co. 

John Benjamin Holding, Jr., Bayonne, N. J. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., June 3, 1875. At Rutgers, 1892-95. 
Asst. Weigher, N. Y. Custom House, 1909- . 

♦Walter Thomas Hubbard, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Dayton, N. J., July 2, 1875. At Rutgers, 1892-93. 

Assistant Postmaster. Banking. Capt., 3d N. J. Regt. Died, 
May 31, 1911. 

John Finney Hunt, Stockton, N. J. 

Bom at Stockton, N. J., Apr. 30, 1872. At Rutgers two yfears. 
Trucking. 

William Isaac Ker. Asbury Park, N. J. 

Bom at Tinton Falls, N. J. In post-office. 
*Anda Frederick Kilmer, New York City. 

Bora in Binghamton, N. Y., 1873. At Rutgers, 1892-94. Busi- 
ness. Died, Sept. 20, 1899. 

Luke De Hart Lindley, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 10, 1872. Accountant. 
Livingston Pearne Moore, Chicago, 111. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Sept. 6, 1875. At Rutgers one year. 

Paint manufacturer. 

Daniel Morrison, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 20, 1873, Physician. 
Robert Carter Nicholas, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 9, 1875. At Rutgers, 

1892-93. Secretary, Johnson and Johnson. 

Walter Taylor Shepard, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Oct. 6, 1873. Dentist. D.D.S. 

Arthur Henry Temple, Passaic, N. J. 

Born at Boonton, N. J., Dec. 10, 1874. Physician and sur- 
geon. M.D. (Columbia, 1896). 

Alfred Preston Theobald, New York City. 

Born at Richmond, Me., Aug. 31, 1873. 

Michael Joseph Tierny, Peekskill, N. Y. 

Born at East Millstone, N. J., Oct. 5, 1867. 

Mathias Everett Turner, Cleveland, O. 

Born at Mamaroneck. N. Y., Sept. 7, 1875. With the Cleve- 
land Electric Illuminating Co. 

William Vanderbeek Van Blarcom, 

Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. 
Born at Paramus, N. J., Apr. 29, 1874. At Rutgers. 1892-93. 
General Manager and Chief Engineer, Dominican Central Rail- 
way. 



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229 



Henry Mackenzie Whitaker, 

Born in England, 1873. Insurance broker. 
Wilfred Roberts Woodward, 

Born at Woodville, N. J., May 29, 1869. 

years. Teacher. 



New York City. 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
At Rutgers three 



1897. 
A.B. 

Clifford Philip Case, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Oct. 22, 1873. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Permanent Clerk General Synod, R. C. A., 1915- . N. B. 

Sem., 1900. A.M. (Rutgers, 1900). D.D. (Hope, 1916). 
William Gurley Cook, Troy, N. Y. 

Bom at Troy, N. Y., Apr. 3, 1876. Superintendent W. and L. 

E. Gurley. 
Frank Hamilton Dobson, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Born at Bayonne, N. J., Oct. 14, 1875. Lawyer and broker. 

LL.B. (N. Y. Law School, 1899). A.M. (Rutgers, 1900). 

Richard Lounsbery Eltinge, , Kingston, N. Y. 

Bom at Kingston, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1876. Physician and surgeon. 
Prof. Diseases of Eye and Ear, Southwestern Med. Coll., Louis- 
ville, Ky., 1905-08. A.M. (Rutgers, 1901). M.D. (Homoeo- 
pathic Med. Coll., N. Y., 1901). Oet. A.Chi. (N. Y. Ophthalmic 
Coll., 1904). 

Alfred Erickson, Phelps,. Ky. 

Born at Stelton, N. J., Sept. 18, 1873. Presb. clergyman. 

President, Matthew E. Scott, Jr., Academy and Industrial 

School, 1904- . Princeton Sem., 1900. A.M. (Rutgers, 1900). 
Drew Wyckoff Hageman, New York City. 

Bom at Queens, L. I., Oct. 10, 1876. Lawyer. 
Charles Meeks Mason, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Natchez, Miss., May 7, 1876. Lawyer. Dean, N. J. Law 

School. Under Sheriff, Essex county, 19()4-08. LL.B. (N. Y. 

Law School, 1901). A.M. (Rutgers, 1901). 

Andrew John Meyer, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at Albany, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1874. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1900. A.M. (Rutgers, 1904). 

Louis Provost Peeke, Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Bom at Rhinebeck, N. Y., June 12, 1875. Presb. clergyman. 

Commissioner, City of Fond du Lac, 1915- . McCormick Sem., 
1900. A.M. (Rutgers, 1900). 

Joseph Sctjdder, Passaic, N. J. 

Bora at Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 9, 1874. Banker. 

Francis Augustus Seibert, Park Ridge, N. J. 

Bom at Havana, 111., Nov. 21, 1874. Clergyman, R. C. A. 



Mayor of Park Ridge, 1914-15. N. B. Sem 
Charles Willard Voorhees, 

Born at Middlebush, N. J., Feb. 29, 1876. 
Andrew Judson Walter, 

Born at Warrington, Penn., Apr. 12, 1869. 

N. B. Sem., 1900. A.M. (Rutgers, 1900). 



William Burton Collier, 

Physician and surgeon. 
Frederick William De Hart, 

Born in New York City, Aug. 10, 1875. 

Fire insurance. 



1900. 

Sedgewick, Canada. 
Farmer. 

Richboro, Penn. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 



Littleton, Col. 



Newark, N. J. 
At Rutgers two years. 



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Carl John Heyseb, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1875. At Rutgers, 1893-94. 
Lawyer. N. Y. Law School. 

* Joseph Augustus Johnston, Westfield, N. J. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1872. At Rutgers, 1893-95. 

Salesman, International Silver Co., New York. Died, Mch. 12, 
1912. 

Fletcher Van Wie Lehman, Delmar, N. Y. 

Born at Fultonville, N. Y., Sept. 24, 1870. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1899. 

Shubel Kellie Siveb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Guilderland, N. Y., Aug. 10, 1873. 
Jacob Van Zandt Wyckoef, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Born In Japan, June 15, 1876. Secretary U. S. Public Health 

and Marine Hospital Service. 



B.Sc. 

James Edward Ashmead, East Orange, N. J. 

Born In Philadelphia, Pa.. May 20, 1878. Lawyer. LUB. (Har- 
vard, 1903). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1904). 

Frederick Harvey Blodoett, College Station, Texas. 

Born at Rockford, 111., Sept. 12, 1872. Teacher. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers. 1899). Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins, 1910). 

George Washington Brown, Keyport, N. J. 

Born at Keyport, N. J., Nov. 8, 1876. Lawyer. Attended N. 
' Y. Law School two years. 

John Neilson Carpender, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Jan. 16, 1875. Publisher. 
Raymond Van Arsdale Carpenter, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., May 7, 1875. Assistant Actuary, 

Metropolitan lAte Ins. Co., 1909- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1904). 
Morrison Crosby Colyer, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Nov. 9, 1876. Lawyer. LL.B. (Univ. 

N. Y., 1900). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1900). 

♦Ralph Brewster Corbin, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J.. Dec. 26, 1873. Farmer. Lawyer. 
Died, May 29, 1911. 

George Stanley Ferguson, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Nov. 6, 1875. Real estate and in- 
surance. 

Wilson Warren Fowler, Parksville, S. C. 

Born in Baltimore. Md., Oct. 22, 1864. Consulting agriculturist. 

Editor, "Hastings News," 1905-06. Author. "Yonkers Illus- 
trated." A.M. (Columbia, 1898). 

Thomas Ezekiel Gravatt, State College, Pa. 

Born at Clarksburgh, N. J., May 18, 1875. Instructor, Mathe- 
matics, Penn. State College, 1904- . 

Hugh Haddow, Jr., Rockaway, N. J. 

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Dec. 27, 1874. Treasurer of Menan- 
tico Sand and Gravel Co. 

Samuel Laurence Harding, La Grange, 111. 

Born at Bridgeton, N. J., Aug. 29, 1875. Asst. clerical supt., 

Western Electric Co. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1900). 
Charles Lippincott Hoopes, . Haddonfield, N. J. 

Born at Haddonfield, N. J., Oct. 22, 1875. Osteopathic Physician. 

Assistant Trof. Chemistry, Philadelphia College of Osteopathy. 

Philadelphia College of Osteopathy, 1909. 



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ALUMNI. 231 



Lewis Gaston Leary, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Aug. 3, 1877. Presb. clergyman. 
Author, "The Christmas City. Bethlehem Across the Ages," etc., 
etc. A.M. (Univ. N. Y., 1900). McCormick Sem., 1900. Ph.D. 
(Univ. N. Y., 1905). 

Seymour DeWitt Ludlum, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Goshen, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1876. Physician. Instructor 

Neurology, Univ. Penn., 1906. M.D. (Johns Hopkins Med. 

School). 

Henry Marelli, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., June 7, 1875. Lawyer. Member N. J. 
Assembly, 1905-06. Delegate Republican National Convention, 
1912. Delegate Progressive National Convention, 1912. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1901). 

John Mahlon Mills, Morristown, N. J. 

Born at Morristown. N. J., July 2, 1874. Lawyer. Member, 

N. J. Assembly. 1905-06. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1903). 
William James Morrison, Jr., Ridgefield Park, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y.. Nov. 2, 1877. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. 

Y. Law School, 1903). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1900). 
James Bryan Noe, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Mch. 27, 1876. Electrical engineer. 
George Augustus Osborn, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Aug. 18, 1874. Librarian, Rutgers, 

1907- . 
Ralph Brewster Parrott, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Schoharie. N. Y., Nov. 7, 1875. Captain, U. S. Army, 

1905- . Prof. Military Science and Tactics, Rutgers, 1906-10. 

Second Lieut., 1898-99. First Lieut.. 1899-1905. Graduate of 

Infantry and Cavalry School, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., 1904. 
♦Howard Egbert Reid, Siegfried, Penn. 

Born at Manalapan, N. J., Sept. 13. 1876. Chief chemist, 

Lawrence Cement Co., 1897-1914. Died, Dec. 14, 1914. 
Frederic Frederic Koeber, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Sheboygan, Wis., Dec. 27, 1872. t ivil engineer. 
Paul Schureman, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Tom's River, N. J., Feb. 29, 1876. Computer in Coast 

and Geodetic Survey, U. S. 
William Unger Small, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 7, 1876. Traveling in Central 

America for the Davis & Lawrence Co. of New York City. 
♦Edgar deMott Stryker, Seoul, Korea. 

Born at Raritan. N. J., Oct. 12, 1874. Physician. M.D. (Coll. 

P. and S., 1901). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1901). Died, Mch. 30, 1914. 
Henry Ludwig Ulrich, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Mch. 29, 1876. Physician. Instructor 

in Clinical Microscopy, Univ. Minn,, 1902- . M.D. (Johns 

Hopkins, 1901). 
♦John Stanley Verga, Collingswood, N. J. 

Born at Camden, N. J., Mch. 8, 1876. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1900). 

Died, Dec. 15. 1900. 
John Alfred W^ilson, Dunellen, N. J. 

Bom at Plainfield. N. J., Oct. 21, 1875. Principal Public 

School. Associate Editor, "School Exchange." M.Sc. (Rutgers, 

1905). 



Charles Ferdinand Brenn. 

James Francis Briody, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Aug. 5, 1876. At Rutgers, 1893-94. 

Physician. City physician, Paterson, 1907-15. M.D. (Coll. P. 

and S., 1898). 



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Hubert Mills Chester, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Born In Florida, Apr. 3. 1873. Dentist. ' 
David Abraham Conover, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Oct. 14, 1874. At Rutgers two 

and one-half years. Chief engineer, ocean steamer. 
Albert Berdan Craft, Cranford, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Sept. 15, 1876. Treasurer Hicks Motor 

and Mfg. Co., 1908- . 

Julius LeMoyne Danner, Jr., Larchmont, N. Y. 

Born at East Orange, N. J., July 14, 1875. At Rutgers one 

year. Contractor. Director in several companies. Student, 
Univ. Minnesota. 

Gerard John Diehl, Ghent, Belgium. 

Born at Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sept. 21, 1875. 
Mahlon William Ernst, Tom's River, N. J. 

Born at Red Bank, N. J., Dec. 15, 1876. Manufacturer af 

cigars. 

Orrie Watson Flavelle, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Apr. 5, 1874. At Rutgers, 1893-95. 
M.Pd. (Univ. N. Y., 1906). Teacher. 

Charles Henry Goff, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Born at Binghamton, N. Y., May 8, 1875. Salesman. 

George Eddy Heath, Manila, P. I. 

Born at Frenchtow^n, N. J., June 5, 1874. At Rutgers four 
years. Exporter and importer. 
David Herbert McBride, Bridgeton, N. J. 

Born at Bridgeton, N. J.. May 24, 1875. At Rptgers' a half 
year. Laundry man. 

Alfred Charles Macdonald, Trenton, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1893-94. 
Roger Myers, « Newark, N. J. 

Born at Readlngton, N. J., Aug. 29, 1871. Edisori Phonograph 

Works. 

George Oliver Nelson, West Long Branch, N. J. 

Born at Cream Ridge, N. J., Aug. 22, 1871. ' Supervising Prin- 
cipal, West Long Branch Schools, 1908- . 

Arthur Edmund Owen, Montclair, N. J. 

Bom in New Jersey, Jan. 19, 1876. At Rutgers, 189.S-96. 
Civil engineer. Principal assistant engineer. Central R. R. of 
N. J. 

Floyd Yard Parsons, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., Aug. 7, 1875. Architect. B.Arch. 
(Cornell Univ., 1898). 

Norman Lewis Poland, Lewiston, Montana. 

Born at Brainard, Minn., Jan. 29, 1874. 
Robert Beals Fitz Randolph, Hadley, Alaska. 

Born at Plainfleld, N. J., Nov. 19, 1874. Copper mining. 
Walton Bloodgood Selover, Rahway, N^ J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Aug. 13, 1876. Lawyer. LL.B. 
♦Herbert Amzi Sigler, Montclair, N. J. 

Born at Montclair, N. J., Jan. 31, 1876. At Rutgers, 1893-94. 

Corporal, Company K, 2d Regt., N. J., durinpr war with Spain. 

Died, June 6, 1900. 

♦William Sutherland, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Sept. 29, 1875. At Rutgers, 1893-96. 
Died, Dec. 8, 1896. 

James Eaton Torrey, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Montclair, N. J., July 2, 1876. Civil engineer. 



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ALUMNI. 233 



Pebcival Van Obden, Suffern, N. "! 

Born at Spring Valley. N. Y., Apr. 16, 1873. At Rutgers two 
years. Undertaker. Coroner, Rockland county, N. Y^, 1907-13. 

♦Charles Pool Voobhees, Mine Brook, N. 

Bom at Mine Brook, N. J., Apr. 7, 1874. At Rutgers, 1893-94. 
Farmer. Died. Jan. 26. 1901. 

Geobge Randolph Wooden, Lambertville, N. 

Born at Jerseyville, 111., Sept. 14, 1870. At Rutgers one year. 
Farmer. 



1898. 
A.B. 

Chables Fbedebick Benjamin, Jb., Alexandria Bay, N. Y. 

Born at Beekman, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1872. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1901. B.D. (Rutgers, 1901). 
John Black, Ghent, N. Y. 

Born at East Greenbush, N. Y., May 1, 1868. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Sem., 1901. A.M. (Rutgers, 1901). 
Edwabd Dawson, Passaic, N. J. 

Born at'Walden, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1871, Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem.. 1901. A.M. (Rutgers, 1901). 

Floyd Deckeb, New York City. 

Born at Flatbrookville. N. Y., Sept. 28, 1869. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1901. A.M. (Rutgers, 1901). 

Henby Richabd De Witt, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Spring Valley, N. Y., July 12, 1875. Lawyer. Member, 
Assembly, N. Y., 1914- . LL.B. (Albany Law School, 1900). 
A.M. (Rutgers, 1901). 

Fbancis Keese Wynkoop Dbuby, Urbana, 111. 

Bom at Ghent, N. Y.. Feb. 9, 1878. Assistant Librarian, Univ. 
Illinois, 1909- . Writer on library topics. B.L.S. (Univ. 111., 
1905). A.M. (Rutgers, 1905). 

Geobge Habbington, Atlanta, Ga. 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., May 13, 1877. Manager Southeastern 

Dept. Germania Fire Ins. Co. 

John Albebt Liggett, Jb., Rahway, N. J. 

Edwabd Godfbed Walteb Meuby, New York City. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1874. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1901. A.M. (Rutgers, 1901). D.D. (Hope, 1916). 

*KiNG Stickle Obam, Rockaway, N. J. 

Born at Rockaway, N. J., Sept. 13, 1877. Lawyer. Died, Aug. 
17, 1910. 

Geobge Todd Vaules, Great Kills, Staten Island, N. Y. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Sept. 24, 1876. Teacher. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1901). 

♦ROBEBT Thomas Wilson, Lake City, Col. 

Born at Samia. Ontario. Jan. 23, 1871. Episc. clergyman. 
General Sem., 1898-99. Died, August, 1902. 



♦Henby Gansevoobt Cooke, Jb., Philadelphia, Penn. 

Bom at Tinton Falls, N. J., Oct. 14, 1875. At Rutgers, 1894- 

95. Student at Jefferson Med. Coll., Class of 1908. Died, Oct. 
10. 1908. 

♦Geobge Julius Glinz, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 26, 1877. Journalist and real 
estate. Died, 1914. 



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1898. 



Alvin Clayton Ostrom, Oakland, Cal. 

Born at State Center, Iowa, Sept. 26 1871. At Rutgers one 

year. Civil engineer, San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways. 
Walter Hoff Seely, Rye, N. Y. 

Born at Mlddletown, N. J.. Oct. 24, 1873. President, Phcenix 

Film Corporation, New York City. 

Richard Udall Strong, Manila, P. I. 

Born at Roslyn, L. I., Sept. 26, 1876. Lawyer. A.B. (Yale, 
1899). A.M. (Yale, 1902). LL.B. (N. Y. Law School. 1901). 



B.Sc. 

Benjamin Steelman Champion, Los Angeles, CaL 

Born at Atlantic City, N. J., Jan. 29, 1878. Milk business. 
Trenton Normal School, 1899. 

James Collins, Bristol, Pa. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., June 28, 1877. Physician. M.D. 
(Medico-Chirurgical Coll. of Phila.. 1906). 

John Finley Drake, New York City. 

Born at Mendham, N. J., May 31, 1873. Civil engineer. C.E. 
(Rutgers, 1907). 

Raymond W. Gulick, New York City. 

Born at Mlddletown, N. J., July 31, 1877. Mechanical engineer, 

Dept. Water Supply, New York City. 
John Brandon Guthrie, Winnetka, 111. 

Born at Pittsburgh, Pa., Nov. 7, 1875. Sales manager. 

George Hutchinson, Ensley, Ala. 

Born, Mch. 1, 1877. Superintendent of yard and labor, Tenn. 
Coal, Iron and R. R. Co. 

William Edward Kelly, Mlddletown, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 28, 1876. Physician. 
Assistant Physician, Mlddletown State Hospital, 1910- . M.D. 
(Hahnemann Med. School, Philadelphia, 1904). 

Jacob Kotinsky, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Lubin, Russia, July 30, 1873. Entomologist. 

Jacob Good ale Lipman, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Friedrichstadt, Russia, Nov. 18, 1874. Soil chemist 
and bacteriologist. Director of Experiment Station, 1911- . 

Prof, of Agriculture, Rutgers, 1910- . Author, "Bacteria in 

Relation to Country Life," etc. A.M. (Cornell, 1900). Ph.D. 
(Cornell, 1903). 

William Allen Messler, Rutherford, N. J. 

Born at Imlaystown, N. J., Mch. 1, 1872. Principal Public 
School. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1901). M.Pd. (Univ. N. Y., 1910). 
Pd.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1916). 

Richard Sebastian Pearse, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Albany county, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1875. Physician. M.D. 
(N. Y. Hom. Med. Coll., 1902). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1902). 

Albert Rose Riggs, Ledgewood, N. J. 

Bom at Milton, N. J., May 16, 1875. Pi-esident, Torrid Heater 
Co., Hackettstown, N. J. Chief engineer, Bellefontaine Bridge 
and Steel Co., 1901-16. 

CoRYDON MOTT Ryno, Benton Harbor, Mich. 

Born at Coloma, Mich., Jan. 31, 1876. Physician. Mayor, Ben- 
ton Harbor, 1914-16. M.D. (Yale, 1901). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1901). 

Charles Vernon Smith, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada. 

Bom at South Seaville, N. J., July 2. 1875. Ehgineer, Asbestos 
Corporation of Canada, 1913- . Chief draughtsman, Hudson 
and Manhattan R. R., 1902-12. C.E. (Rutgers, 1907). 



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Lyman Miller Smith, Dover, N. J. 

Born at Dover, N. J., June 29, 1877. With Paul Guenther & 
Co., hosiery manufacturer. 

Louis Ulrich Stbassburgeb, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Nuremburg, Germany June 12. 1876. Landscape 
architect and engineer. C.E. (Kutgers, 1903). 

William Pitman Corbeti' Strickland, Chicago, 111. 

Born at Long Branch, N. J., May 31, 1875. With Western 
Electric Co. 

Wayne Hubert Thompson, Wendell, Idaho. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 29, 1875. Retired. 
John Jervis Vail, Rah way, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Sept. 14, 1877. Civil engineer. C.E. 

(Rutgers, 1902). 

Elliott Earle Van Cleef, Chicago, 111. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 18, 1877. Manager, L. K. 
Comstock & Co., Contracting Engineers. 

Havelock Walser, New Brighton, S. I., N. Y. 

Born at Port Richmond, S. I., Mch. 5, 1878. Electrical engineer 
and contractor. 

Edmund Oliver Wood, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Bordentown, N. J., July 31, 1878. Supervisor, Penn. 
R. R. 



Reginald Sidney Bennett, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Tinton Falls, N. J., Nov. 15, 1875. At Rutgers one 

year. Physician and surgeon. Mayor, Asbury Park, 1912-14. 
M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1899). 

WiLLARD Parker Clark, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 24, 1876. Lawyer^ 
Horace Codington, Somerville, N. J. 

Bom, Nov. 17, 1872. Lawyer. LL.B. (Dickinson Law School). 
Clinton Lloyd Decker, Jersey City, N. J. 

Physician. M.D. (Univ. Penn.). 

George Wilder Gardner, Warsaw, N. Y. 

Born at Attica, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1874. Farmer. 
Edmund Newell Huff, Englewood, N. J. 

Born at Mt. Holly, N. J., Aug. 7, 1878. Physician. M.D. 

(Hahnemann, Phila., 1900). 

Louis Adolph Kempf, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., May 31, 1878. At Rutgers one year. 
Office manager. 

Frederick De Witt Searing, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Apr. 29, 1876. At Rutgeis two years, 
Lawyer. LL.B. (N. Y. Law School, 1899). 

Jacob Wyckoff, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Nigata, Japan, .Tune 15, 1876. Paying Teller, National 
Newark Banking Co. 



1899. 
A.B. 

Robert William Courtney, New York City. 

Born in New York City, July 27, 1873. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1902. A.M. (Rutgers, 1902). 



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1899. 



Samuel Mills Cuddeback, Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Born at Port Jervis, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1877. Lawyer. A.M. 

(Rutgers, 1902). 
Wellington Pockman Francisco, Caldwell, N. J. 

Born at Fairfield, N. J., June 1, 1875. Presb. clergyman. 

With Fairfield Dairy Co. N. B. Sem., 1902. A.M. (Rutgers, 

1902). 
William Reese Hart, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Neshanlc, N. J., Aug. 31, 1877. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1902. A.M. (Rutgers, 1902). B.D. (Rutgers, 1902). 

James Macdonald Martin, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Orange, N, J., Aug. 1, 1875. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 

B. Sem., 1902. A.M. (Rutgers, 1902). B.D. (Rutgers, 1902). 

Augustus Hunt Shearer, Chicago, 111. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 21, 1878. Librarian. A.M. 
(Harvard, 1901). A.M. (Rutgers, 1902). Ph.D. (Harvard, 
1903). 
♦Isaac Edward Tits worth, Denver, Col. 

Born at New Marltet, N. J., July 6, 1878. Real estate. Assist- 
ant in Biology, Rutgers, 1899-1900. Died, June 7, 1904. 

David Crawford Weidner, Glen Rock, N. J. 

Born at West Shokan, N. Y., Mch. 27, 1877. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Sem., 1902. A.M. (Rutgers, 1902). 



George W. Ecker, South Weymouth, Mass. 

Bom at Albany, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1876. At Rutgers, 1895-98. 
Dealer. 

William Franklin Plumley, Rochester, N. Y. 

Born at Washington, D. C.. Dec. 16. 1877. At Rutgers three 
years. Physician. M.D. (Univ. and Bellevue Med. Coll., 1902). 



B.Sc. 

Hamlet Paul Collins, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Lambertville, N. J., July 25, 1880, Teacher. 
*WiLLiAM Abner Coriell, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 12, 1877. Chief engineer. 
The Concrete Steel Co. of New York. C.E. (Rutgers, 1908). 
Died, July 15, 1913. 

Theodore Christian Fischer, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 14, 1879. Civil engineer. 
Clarence Garretson, Soraerville, N. J. 

Bom at Somerville, N. J., Apr. 24, 1874. Lawyer. N. Y. Law 

School, 1901. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1902). 

*Thomas Aquinas Gerrety, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 19, 1875. Lawyer. Died, 
Aug. 26, 1914. 

William Aloysius Growney, Arlington, N. J. 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., Apr. 5, 1878. Treasurer of Trust 
Co. Comptroller, City of Perth Amboy, 1905-06. 

William Lawrence Ross Haines, Pittsburgh, Penn. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Oct. 27, 1877. Asst. engineer, Penn. 
Lines west of Pittsburgh. 

John Wyckoff Mettler, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Bast Millstone, N. J., Sept. 27, 1878. President Inter- 
woven Stocking Co. Lawyer. Trustee. Rutgers, 1916- . LL.B. 
(N. y. Law School, 1901). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1902). 



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BiCHABD MoRBis, Ncw Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Keyport, N. J., Nov. 9, 1868. Prof. Mathematics, Rut- 
gers, 1912- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1902). Ph.D. (Cornell, 1907). 

Albion Evebett Pbeble, Camden, N. J. 

Born at Camden, N. J., Mch. 3, 1874. Supervisor Penn. R. R. 
Louis Jacob Quad, Palisades Park, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 12, 1877. Chemist, Ar- 
buckle Brothers, 1910- . Chief chemist, Warner Sugar Re- 
fining Co., 1907-10. 

♦Benjamin Bosenbloom, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Grodno, Russia, Dec. 16, 1872. Clerk. Died, June 2, 
1902. 

Laurance Phillips Bun yon. New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 5, 1877. Surgeon. M.D. 

(Columbia, 1903). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1903). 
Edgab Habvey Sables, Cincinnati, O. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1879. Chemical engineer. 
Claude Edwabd Scattebgood, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Dec. 3, 1878. With Fidelity and 

Casualty Co. of New York City. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1902). LL.B. 

(N. Y. Law School, 1902). 

John Wallace Thompson, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Morristown, N. J., May 1, 1877. Civil engineer. U. S. 

Engineering Dept., Delaware River Improvement, 1899- . 
Fbedebick Geobge von Gehben, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Apr. 10, 1876. Civil engineer with 

Concrete Steel Co., New York. C.E. (Rutgers, 1906). 
Chables Edwabd Whitlock, Jamesburg, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 20, 1878. With Penn. R. R. 
Fbedebic Winn, Springerville, Ariz. 

Born at Shanghai, China, Jan. 24, 1880. U. S. Forest Service. 



Henby Westebvelt Banta, Englewood, N. J. 

Born at Hackensack, N. J., Oct. 2, 1878. At Rutgers three 
years. Dentist. N. Y. College of Dentistry, 1902. 

Cabl Henby Hebman Fischeb, St. Louis, Mo. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Feb. 25, 1876. At Rutgers two years. 
Brewery manager. 

William Edwabd Helmstaedteb, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Mch. 3. 1878. At Rutgers two years. 
Mechanical engineer. B.S. (Cooper Union, 1903). B.E.E. 
(Cooper Union, 1910). M,E. (Cooper Union, 1912). 

Vincent Moobe Ibick, Vincentown, N. J. 

Born at Vincentown, N. J., June 12, 1872. Vice Pres. and 
Treasurer Frantz Wall Paper Co., 1907- . 

Philemon Bliss Lyon, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Born at St. Joseph, Mo.. July 10, 1875. Sales manager. Bur- 
roughs Adding Machine Co. 

Habby IjOUIS Mabkeb, Orange, N. J. 

Born at Indianapolis, Ind., June 21, 1876. Foreign engineer, 
Columbia Phonograph Co. 

John Spenceb Osbobne, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Belleville, N. J., Feb. .8, 1877. Insurance engineering. 

♦Dudley Digges Flemming Pabkeb, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 11, 1877. At Rutgers, 1895-97. 

Stock broker. Died, Jan. 21, 1914. 



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1890-1900. 



♦Cecil Metcalf Ross, Vizcachani, Bolivia. 

Born at Toronto. Canada, Nov. 11, 1876. At Rutgers, 1895-96. 

Physician. M.D. (Cornell Med. Coll., 1902). Member 5th Regt., 

N. J., during war with Spain. Died, March 24. 1907. 
Habold Newell Van Bebgen, Denver, Col. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Apr. 1, 1878. Salesman. 
Augustus Jacob Visel, Santa Anna, Cal. 

Fbedebick Chbistopiieb Wackenhutii, Jb., Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Mch. 8, 1877. At Rutgers, 1895-96. 

Brewmaster. Ballantine & Co., 1905- . 

♦Henby Janeway Weston, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 30, 1876. Died near the 
end of his Junior year, June 7, 1898. 

Fbank Habbis Whitenack, Nutley, N. J. 

Born at Bernardsville, N. J.. Apr. 5, 1875. At Rutgers three 
years. Structural engineer. 



1900. 
A.B. 

*Abthub Peblee Bbokaw, Colony, Oklahoma. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 7, 1878. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1904. Died, Sept. 3, 1905. 

Clabence Edwabds Case, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 24. 1877. Lawyer. County 

Judge. Somerset county, 1910-13. LL.B. (N, Y. Law School, 
1902). A.M. (Rutgers, 1903). 

Bobebt Andeeison Cooke, New York City. 

Born at Holmdel, N. J., Aug. 17, 1880. Physician. Assoc. 

Prof. Medicine, Post Graduate Med. School. M.D. (Coll. P 

and S., 1904). A.M. (Rutgers, 1904). 

Chables Tiebout Cowenhoven, Jb., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 5, 1879. Lawyer. N. Y. 
Law School, 1905. 

Fbank Eckebson, Amoy, China. 

Born at Rivervale, N. J., Oct. 26, 1876. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Missionary, Amoy, 1903- . N. B. Sem., 1903. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1903). 

Fbed Chesteb Gaskill, Dunellen, N. J. 

Born at Sangerfleld, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1875. Clerk. LL.B. (Tu- 
lane Univ., 1905). A.M. (Rutgers, 1905). 

Paul Fbed Gibtanneb, "" Newark, N. J. 

Born at Berne, Switzerland, May 28, 1876. Lawyer. N. Y. 
Law School, 1904. 
*Stetson Pbatt Habdenbebgh, New York City. 

Born at Wyoming, N. J., Dec. 31, 1878. lawyer. LL.B. (Col- 
umbia, 1903). A.M. (Rutgers, 1903). Died, June 14, 1910. 

William Edwin McMahon, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Rahway, N. J.. Apr. 19, 1878. District Traffic Supt., 
C. and P. Telephone Co. 

Robebt Walteb Pettit, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 19, 1879;. Physician. 
A.M. (Yale, 1901). M.D. (Coll.. P. and S., 1905). 

Mabinus Seymoub Pubdy, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, Jan 11, 1877. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1903. A.M. (Rutgers, 1903). 



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239 



Waldo Albebti Titswoeth, Alfred, N. Y. 

Born at New Market, N. J., Sept. 17, 1879. Registrar, Alfred 
University. Prof. Physics, do. Pfof. Physics and Math., Des 
Moines Coll., 1909-12. A.M. (Alfred Univ., 1902). S.M. 
(Univ. Wisconsin, 1909). 

John Wieth, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1879. Civil engineer. C.E.' 
, (Rensselaer Poly. Inst, 1903). 



Ralph Wilcox Booth, Jb., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 10, 1877. 

Milton Randolph Eastlack, Harrisville, W. Va. 

Born at Tuckahoe, N. J., Apr. 2, 1870. M. E. clergyman. 
Principal, Seminary. Epworth, Georgia, 1905-07. Drew Sem., 
1897-09. 

Henry Goldsmith Elmer, Peconic, N. Y. 

Aaron Boylan Fitz-Gerald, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Mch. 6, 1879. At Rutgers, 1896-98. 
M. E. clergyman. A.B. (Columbia, 1911). A.M. (Columbia, 
1912). B.D. (Drew Sem., 1913). D.D. (Taylor Univ., 1913). 

Charles Hyneman Hoagland, Asbury, N. J. 

Born at Asbury, N. J., Apr. 4, 1876. Purchasing Agent's As- 
sistant, Ingersoll-Rand Drill Co., Phillipsburg, N. J. 

GOYN Talmaqe, New York City. 

Born at Hohokus, N. J., Apr. 18, 1878. With Deering, Milliken 

& Co. 

Louis Clark Tinker, East Orange, N. J. 

Telephone. A.B. (Columbia, 1900). 

Edward Henry Williams, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Richfield Springs, N. Y., Mch. 1, 1877. Contractor. 



Elizabeth, 
Fire insurance. 

Detroit, 



B.Sc. 

Persen Myer Brink, 

Born at Katsbaan, N. Y., Jan. 30, 1879. 
Maurice Viele Campbell, 

Born at Athens, N. Y., July 13, 1878. 
Henry H. Conover, Passaic, 

Born at Dayton, N. J., Mch. 4, 1878. Teacher. Hotchkiss 

Prep. School. 1903-05. Yale, 1905-07. Brown, 1907-08. M.Sc. 

(Yale, 1902). Ph.D. (Yale, 1907). 

Harry Francisco Cooper, Bloomjfield, 

Born at Newark, N. J., Apr. 19, 1877. Structural engineer. 
Herbert Cottrell, Matawan, 

Bom in Middlesex County, N. J., Nov. 25, 1877. Farmer. 
Blanchard Collins Edgar, Nashville, 

Bona at Avenel, N. J., Mch. 8, 1879. Electrical engineer. Gen. 

Supt., Nashville Railway and Light Co. 
Harold Thomas Edgar, Metuchen, 

Born at Salem, N. J., Mch. 10, 1878. Mineral and chemical 

broker. 

Joseph Johnston Hart, Newark, 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Oct. 13, 1877. Superintendent Clark 
Thread Co., 1907- . 

John Bayard Kirkpatrick, New Brunswick, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 23, 1878. Real estate and 
insurance. 



N. J. 
Mich. 
N. J. 

N. J. 
N. J. 
Tenn. 

N. J. 

N. J. 

N. J. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



1800. 



Blairsville, Pa., 
Supervisor Penn. 



J., Nov. 10, 1880. 
R., 1902- . 



Lansdowne, Pa. 
Civil engineer 

New RocheUe, N. Y. 
Marble contrac- 



MlCHAEL LiPMAN, 

Born at Annandale, N. J., Jan. 12, 1881. 
R. R., 1908- . 

William Mobris McCi^ain, 

Born at Mays Landing, N. 
Construction Dept. Penn. R. 

Ellis Bowne McLaury, 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 9, 1878. 
tor. 

Ralph Brighton Parsons, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Brighton, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1878. Fire insurance broker. 
William Henry Pearce, Denver, CoL 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 12, 1874. Chemist. With 

Portland Cement and Beet Sugar Works in Mich, and Penn. 

M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1905). 

Ernest Harold Rapalje, Havana, Cuba, 

Born at Amoy, China, Apr. 27, 1879, Merchant and Manufac- 
turer. Mayor, Cronly, N. C, 1905-06. 

Herbert De Witt Rapalje, Wilmington, N. C. 

Bom at Amoy, China, Aug. 6, 1880. Civil engineer. 
William Stewart Crowley Roray, Palmyra, N. J. 

Bom in Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 26, 1877. Lawyer. LL.B. 

(Temple Univ., 1911). 

Chilion Robbins Roselle, New York City. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., Feb. 25, 1881. Organist and choir- 
master, Broadway Presbyterian Church. 

John Francis Tinsley, Worcester, Mass. 

Born at Hampton Junction, N. J., July 4, 1880. Supt. South- 
and Specialty Works, American Steel and Wtre Co. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1904). 

Cornelius Van Leuven, Wilmington, N. 

Bom at Kingston, N. Y., May 27, 1880. ETxecutive officer of 
business company in colonization and real estate development. 

WiNANT Van Winkle, Rutherford, N. 

Bom at Rutherford, N. J., Mch. 17, 1879. Secretary, Com- 
mercial Casualty Ins. Co., Newark, N. J. 

Herbert Reynolds Voorhees, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Born at Harmony, N. J., Sept. 8, 1878. Lawyer. 
Graham Crowell Woodruff, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Feb. 13, 1880. Division Freight Agent, 

N. Y. C. and H. R. R., 1909- . 



C. 



J. 



Henry Eggerding, North Plainfield, N. J. 

Bom at Plainfield, N. J., Mch. 21, 1878. At Rutgers one term. 
Draftsman. 

Eugene Elliott Higgins, New York City. 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., Mch. 6, 1879. Electrical contrac- 
tor. 

Russell Bruce Sammis, Belleville, N. J. 

Born at Huntington, L. I., Sept. 20, 1877. At Rutgers one year. 
Salesman. 

John Leo Sauer, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., June 20, 1880. City Editor, "Daily 
Times." 

Edwin Kibbee Sexton, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom in New York City, Feb. 10, 1878. At Rutgers. 1896. 
Dentist. Dental Instructor, N. Y. Coll. of Dentistry, 1902-07. 
D.D.S. (N. Y. Coll. of Dent.. 1901). 



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ALtTMNI. 



241 



1901. 
A.B. 



Feb. 9, 1880. Physician. 
(Rutgers, 1907). 



Ckables Reed Bell, 

Born at Chatham, N. Y. 
ton UnlT., 1906). A.M. 

ClIABLES COENELIXJS CAIN, 

Born at Quito, Kansas, Oct. 31, 1879. M. E 
(Drew Sem., 1904). 

Geoege Malven Gordon, 

Born at Port Jervis, N. Y., Nov. 30, 1878. 
George W. Gulick, 

Bom at South Branch, N. 



Waltham, Mass. 
M.D. (Bos- 



Verona, N. J. 
clergyman. B.D. 



N. B. Sem., 1904. A.M. 



May 19. 
( Rutgers, 



Silver City, N. M. 
Merchant. 

Shokan, N. Y. 
1876. Clergyman, R. 
1904). B.D. (Rutgers, 



C. A. 
1904) 

Francis Martin Hummel, St. George, New Brighton, N. Y. 

Born at Bloomfield, N. J., Oct. 8, 1878. Teacher. Pd.B. (Al- 
bany Normal Coll., 1902). A.M. (Rutgers, 1904). 

Alexander Farrel Johnson, Port Jefferson, L. I. 

Born at Point Pleasant, Pa., Apr. 3, 1874. Baptist clergyman. 
Rochester Sem., 1904. A.M. (Rutgers, 1904). 

Edward Francis Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Marshall, Mich., Sept. 22, 1879. Teacher. 



Dec. 10, 1877. 



Danville, lU. 
Lawyer. 

Manila, P. I. 
Bookseller and stationer. 
Education," 1907- . 



Lawyer. 



Teacher. 



Oliver Davis Mann, 

Born at Danville, 111 
Verne Emilus Miller, 

Born at Amherst, Va., Feb. 15, 1877. 

Editor and publisher, "Philippine 

Teacher, 1901-08. 

Conrad Milliken, 

Born at Berea, N. Y., July 21, 1882. 
N. Y., 1904). A.M. (Rutgers, 1904). 

*CuRRY Arthur Ranney, 

Born at Cortland, N. Y., Jan. 25, 1876. 
28, 1902. 

Alonzo Ainsworth Ranson, 

Born at Kilbum, 111., June 23, 1876. Physician. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1904. A.M. (Rutgers, 1904). M.D. 
(Coll. P. and S., 1909). 

William Ewell Simpson, 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 10, 1877. 
N. B. Sem., 1904. A.M. (Rutgers, 1904). 

Henry Salmon van Woert, 

Born at LawyersvlUe, N. Y., May 20. 1874. 
N. B. Sem., 1904. A.M. (Rutgers, 1904). 

Henry John Vyvt:rberg, 

Born at Rochester, N. Y., May 25, 1878. Cong, clergyman. 
N. B. Sem., 1904. A.M. (Rutgers, 1907). 



New York City. 
LL.B. (Univ. 

Ossiuing, N. Y. 
Died, April 

Layton, N. J. 



East Greenbush, N. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Selkirk, N. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 



Y. 



Rochester, N. Y. 



John Oppie McCall, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Born at Geneva. N. Y., Oct. 4, 1879. At Rutgers, 1897-98. 
Dentist. Prof. Chemistry, Univ. BuflPalo, Dental Dept., 1912- . 
A.B. (Yale, 1901). D.D.S. (Univ. BuflPalo, 1904). 

George Runyon Tindell, Chicago, 111. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 15, 1880. 
Benjamin Franklin White, Germantown, N. Y. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Apr. 7, 1873. At Rutgers, 1897-99. 

Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1904. 

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1001. 



B.Sc. 

William Pobter Allex, ' City Point, Va. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 21, 1881. Factory manager. 

Daniel Frederick Burnett, Orange,,N. J. 

Bom at N<«wark, N. J., Sept. 20, 1870. Lawyer. Prof, af 
Law, N. J. Law School, 1008-12. Prof, of Law, Tniv. N. Y., 
1012- . LL.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1004). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1004). 
J.D. (Fniv. N. Y., 100.->). 

Luther Siieppard Davis, Bridgeton, N. J. 

Born at Marlboro, N. J., June 20, 1860. Farmer. 
Hebrert Gbiffen Eddy, Bayonne, N. J. 

Born at Bayonne. X. J.. Sept. 1, 1878. Electrical engineer. 

Valentine George Feind, Houston, Tex. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 26. 1880. Chemist, Industrial Cot- 
ton Oil Co. 

John Quietton Frey, Newark, N. J. 

Born in Bohemia. Oct. 0, 1878. Lawyer. M.Sc. (Rutcrcrs, 1016). 
James Lloyd Garabrant, Esist Orange. N. J. 

Born at Newark. N. .L. Aug, 0. 1878. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. Y. 

Law School. 1006). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1004). 

♦Paul Morris Gravatt, Philippine Islands. 

Born at Clarksburg, N. J., Apr. 4, 1880. Teacher. Died, Oct. 
10, 1003. 

Frederick Milton Hart, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., June 30. 1878. Farmer and 
manufacturer. 

Martin Stoetzel Meinzer, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at South Amboy. N. J.. Apr. 22, 1878. Physician and 

surgeon. Citv physician, Perth Aml)oy. 1007- . M.D. (Coll. 

P. and S., 1005). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1007). 
William Palmer Patterson, Newark, N. J. 

Born at New York City, May 13. 1873. Physician. M.D. 

(Tniv. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1000). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 

1004). 

James Paulding Read, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., June 17. 1880. Electrical engineer. 
K.K. ((Columbia, 1006). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1006). 

John Charles Richters, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Born at Montclair. N. J., Aug. 4. 1880. Risk rating expert. 
Manager Engineering Dept.. Middle States Inspection Bureau, 
1008-00. 

Ernest Jasper Smttif, Dover, Me. 

Born at Charleston, Me.. May 17, 1871. Civil engineer. 
George Isaac Stokes. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 18. 1880. Business. 
*JAMES Henry Sylvester, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 11, 1878. Draughtsman. 

Died, March 0, 1003. 
Ralph Bentley Titsworth, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., May 17, 1876. Civil engineer. 



Waters Field Burrows. New York City. 

Born at Morristown, N. J., Aug. 20, 1870. At Rutgers two 

years. Physician. A.B. (Columbia, 1001). M.D. (Coll. P. 
and S., 1004). 



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William Henry Greene, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Lyons Farms, N. J., Sept. 28, 1866. At Rutgers two 

years. Teacher. 
Alfred Frank Sauer, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., July 26, 1881. 
William Lewis Westfall, Jr., Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Oct. 8, 1877. Essex County National 

Bank. ' 



1902. 
A.B. 

Arthur Adams, Hartford, Conn. 

Born at Pioasantville, N. J., May 12, 1881. Professor of En- 
glish and Librarian, Trinity College, 1915- . Prot. Eplsc. 
' clergyman. Author, "The Syntax of the Temporal Clause in 
Old English Prose." A.M. (Yale, 1903). Ph.D. (Yale. 1905). 
B.D. (Berkeley Divinity School. 1910). S.T.M. (Prot. Episc. 
Divinity School, Philadelphia, 1916). 

Frederick Winfield Conger, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J.. Nov. 20, 1879. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(N. Y. Law School, 1904). A.M. (Rutgers, 1905). 

DoRMAN Thompson Con net, White Plains, N. Y. 

Born at Flemington. N. J., July 30. 1880. Lawyer. LLB. 
(N. Y. Law School. 1904). A.M. (Rutgers, 1905). 

Morris Miller Davidson, Firthcliffe, N. Y. 

Born at Hopewell Junction, N. Y.. Dec. 31, 1881. Director and 
(General Manager, Firth Carpet Co., 1915- . • 

James Francis Dilworth, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersev Citv, N. J.. Mch. 20, 1880. Teacher. Master 
Shattuck's School, 1914-15. Assistant in History, Univ. Wis- 
consin. 1905-08. Instructor in History, Univ. Cincinnati, 
1908-14. A.M. (Columbia, 1903). 

Ten Eyck Elmendorf, New York City. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 14, 1880. Physician. M.D. 
(Coll. P. and S., 1906). A.M. (Rutgers, 1906). 

Orville Earl Fisher, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Pekin, 111., Sept. 7, 1874. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 
Sem., 1905. A.M. (Rutgers, 1905)'. 

Frederic Elmer Foertnsr, Pompton Plains, N. J. 

Born at Hurley. N. Y., Feb. 7, 1878. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1905. A.M. (Rutgers, 1905). 
Lewis Randall Harris, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at Hackensack. N. J., Oct. 18, 1880. Lawyer. LL.B. 

(N. Y. Law School, 1905). A.M. (Rutgers. 1905). 

Russel Woodward Leary, New York City. 

Born at Elizabeth. N. J., Jan. 17, 1881. Lawyer. Author, 

"Italian Lanes and Highroads." A.M. (Rutgers, 1905). LL.B. 

(N. Y. Law School, 1908). 
Jonathan French Scott, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Dec. 10. 1882. Instructor, Univ. 

Michigan. Writer on history. A.M. CRutgers, 1905)-. Ph.D. 

(Univ. Wisconsin, 1913). 
Nicholas Williamson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N, J., Dec. 23, 1880. Salesman, 

Westinghouse Lamp Co. 



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Arthur Hampden Bradley, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Aug. 6, 1881. Assistant engineer, city 

engineer's office, Newark, 1907- . U. S. Military Academy, 

West Point, 1905. 
Job Herbert Lippincott, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 11, 1880. Banking. President, 

Jersey City Excise Board, 1908- . 
John Beekman Talmage, Jr., New York City. 

Born in New York City, July 31. 1880. Physician. 



B.Sc. 

Henry Day Aller, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Peapack, N. J., Mch. 5, 1880. Assistant, U. S. Bureau 
of Fisheries. 

Harry Urmston Badeau, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Born In Brooklyn, N. Y.. Mch. 21, 1880. Assistant General 
Superintendent, Bryant Electric Co. 

Hobart Lewis Benedict, Union, N. J. 

Born at Union, N. J., Oct. 29, 1880. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. Y. 
Law School, 1904). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1904). 

George Henry Bennett, Island Pond, Vt. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 8, 1878. Prot. Episc. clergy- 
man. N. B. Sem., 1903-04. Colgate Divinity School, 1907. 
General Sem., 1913. 

Albert Ellicott Brown, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Sept. 10. 1879. First Lieut. 16th U. 
S. Infantry. Prof. Military Science and Tactics, Rutgers, 1913- 
14. 

Elwood Linnell Davis. Kiii Station, British East Africa* 

Bom at Falrmount. N. J., July 11, 1879. Medical missionary. 
M.D. (Hahnemann Med. Coll., Phila., 1906). 

Spencer Cone Deyan, New Brunswick, N. J» 

Born at Rockville Center, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1880. Civil engineer. 
C.E. (Rutgers, 1912). 

Edgar Leek Dickerson, Nutley, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 13, 1878. Science teacher. 

Charles Richardson Fairchild, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Plainfield, N. J., Mch. 29, 1880. Civil engineer. 

William Van Nest Garretson, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., Instructor in Mathematics, Univ. 

Mich., 1905- . M.Sc. (Yale, 1904). Ph.D. (Univ. Mich., 

1916). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1905). 

William Daniel Gay, San Francisco, CaL 

Born at Morris Plains, N. J., July 11, 1877. Draughtsman, 
N. Y. C. and H. R. R. 

George Kellogg Heyer, Madison, N. J. 

Born at Colt's Neck', N. J., Sept. 26, 1880. Electrical engineer. 
Frederick Carl HoTif, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Hackensack, N. J., Apr. 29, 1880. Landscape architect. 

Supt. Hudson county p^rks, 1912- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1907). 

Clarence Charles Jackson, Newark, N. J^ 

Electrical engineer. 
William Louis Kuehnle, Lynbrook, N. Y. 

Boim hi New York City, Mch. 1, 1881. Civil engineer, U. S. 

War Dept. C.E. (Rutgers, 1911). 

Asher Lipman, New York City. 

Bom In Russia, Apr. 1, 1882. Draughtsman. 



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♦Henry Peabne Miller, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born, 1881. Civil engineer. Died, May 17, 1904. 
♦Johnson Newkirk, Camden, N. J. 

Born at Daretown, N. J., Jan. 5, 1878. Chief chemist, Phlla. 

Branch, General Chemical Co. Died, July 21, 1913. 

Charles Ernest Pett, New York City. 

fiorn in Broolslyn, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1882. Civil engineer. 
Arthur George Plenty, Nazareth, Pa. 

bom at Albany, N. Y., Jan. 23, 1882. Civil engineer. County 
.engineer. 

Francis Lee Randel, New York City. 

Bom In Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1880. Chemical engineer. 

Jeremiah Daniels Richardson, Corona, N. Y. 

Bom at Woodside, L. I., July 20, 1879. Civil engineer. 

Harold Stafford Riggins, Pennsgrove, N. J. 

Born at Jefferson, N. J., Apr. 11, 1881. Assistant chemist. 

League Island Navy Yard. 

Frank Winner Russum, Wilmington, Del. 

Bom at Elizabeth, N. J., Jan. 1, 1882. Asst. engineer, E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Co. 

Richard Griffin Savoye, Westfield, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1882. Physician and surgeon. 
M.D. (N. Y. Homoeopathic Med. Coll., 1906). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1906). 

Frederic William Smith, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 26, 1880. Lawyer. LL.B. (Univ. 
N. Y., 1904). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1905). 

Ralph Ogden Smith, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Salem, N. J., Jan. 30,' 1881. Associate Prof. Chemistry, 
Rutgers, 1908- . A.M. (Unly. Penn., 1903). Ph.D. (Univ. 
Penn., 1905). 

Andrew Jackson Steelman, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Millville, N. J., Sept. 13, 1880. Lawyer. N. Y. Law 
School. Member Board Education, Jersey City, 1906-09. 

Charles Warren Stevens, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 19, 1879. Sales manager. 
Raymond Thomas Stowe, New York City. 

Born at Schoharie, N. Y., Feb. 16, 1880. Vice Pres. Sterling- 

Meaker Co., Newark, N. J. 

Edgar Derry Tillyer, Southbridge, Mass. 

Bom at Dover, N. J., Dec. 7, 1881. Scientific Dept. American 

Optical Co. M.Sc. (Geo. Washington Univ., 1903). M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1905). 

Nicholas Edgar Tintle, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Orange, N. J., Oct. 19, 1878. Engineer. 
William Charles Voegtlen, Lebanon, N. J. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., July 31, 1879. Farmer. 
♦Clifford Louis Williamson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 25, 1880. Business. Died, 

Feb. 12, 1906. 

♦William Baird Wyckoff, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Somervllle, N. J.. Oct. 3. 1879. Electrician. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1905). Died, July 25, 1908. 

Eugene Adams Yates, New York City. 

Bom at Elizabeth, N. J., Nov. 7, 1880. Civil engineer. 



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1002-1903. 



Geobge Harold Buttler, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 18, 1880. At Rutgers one 
yoai". Manufacturer of cabinet work. 

Bertram Ireland Cropsey, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 25, 1881. Assistant to 
Secretary of Commerce and Police, Manila, P. I. 



Brooklyn, N. 
With. N. Y. Edison Co. 

Troy, N. 
At Rutgers one year. With Earl 



of 
Jacob Walker Eaton, 

Bom at Chester, X. Y., Jan. 20, 1879 
William Horton Hardy, 

BoTn at Troy, N. Y., 1880. 

and Wilson Collar and Shirt Manufacturers. 

Rutherford Coleman Haven, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Feb. 28. 1880. General surveying- and 
engineering. Assistant city engineer, Trenton, 1903-07. 

Leigiiton Green Knipe, Phoenix, Ariz. 

Bom at Delaware Water Gap, Pa., Aug. 13, 1878. Structural 
engineer. 

Nelson Grant Ritchie, Orange, N. J. 

Bom in New York City, May 10, 1880. At Rutgers, 1898-99. 
Wholesale coal business. Author, "Fiscal System of the State 
Qf New York." B.Sc. (Harvard, 1902). 

Forrest Leigh Smith, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., Jan. 20, 1880. At Rutgers. 1898- 
99. Civil engineer. City surveyor, Perth Amboy, 1905-08. 
Township engineer, 1907-15. B.S. (Cooper Institute, 1903). 
C.E. (Cooper Institute, 1915). 

Charles Morgan Tits worth, Plainfield, N. J. 

Bora in New Jersey, Jan. 1, 1881. At Rutgers tliree years. 
Civil engineer. Asst. Engineer, C. R. R. of N. J. 

Charles Francis Watkins, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 5, 1878.' At Rutgers, 1898. De- 
livery clerk, Kings County Register's office. 



1903. 



Japan, May 15, 1880. 



Tokyo, Japan. 
Director, Sale & 

Bound Brook, N. J. 
Business. Died, 



Physician. 



A.B. 

Frank Stelle Booth, 
Bom at Nagasaki, 
Frazar, Ltd. 

*Merton Whitcomb Davis, 

Born at Schaghticoke, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1881. 
Sept. 2, 1906. 

Eugene William Erler, 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Oct. 19, 1882. 
P. and S., 1907). 

James Wallace Hageman, 

Born at Queens, L. I., June 3, 1880. 
Burton James Hotaling, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Schenectady, N. Y., Mch. 28, 1879. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Som., 1906. A.M. (Rutgers, 1906). 

Howard Franklin Kirk, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark. N. J., Aug. 30, 1881. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. Y. 
Law School, 1905). A.M. (Rutgers, 1906). 

Stephen St. John Malven, Kalispell, Montana. 

Born at Port Jervis, N. Y., June 16, 1881. Deputy Forest 
Supervisor, U. S. Forest Service. 



Newark, N. J. 
ALD. (Coll. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Stock broker. 



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ALUMNI. 217 



Ralph Cbosby Morris, * Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Lancaster, Ohio, Sept. 4, 1880. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1906. B.D. (Rutgers, 1907). 
Robert Hude Neilson, New York City. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., June 11, 1882. Lawyer. LL.B. 

(Harvard, 1906). 
Austin Wakeman Scott, Cambridge, Mass. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 31, 1884. Prof. Harvard 

Law School. Editor, "Cases on Civil Procedure," and "Cases 

on Resulting and Constructive Trusts." LL.B. (Harvard, 

1909). 
Frank Edward Spring, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., Sept. 4, 1880. Supervising Principal 

of Schools. 



Theodore James Todd Barker, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Bom at Walden, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1880. Busin(?ss. 
Clarence Bowne Brokaw, Pla infield, N. J. 

Born at Flushing, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1877. Automobile dealer. 
Charles Frederick Hammond, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Huntington, L. L, Oct. 26, 1879. At Rutgers one year. 

Lawyer. N. Y. Law School, 1909. 

Carter Ashton Jenkens, Richmond, Va. 

Born at Oxford, N. C, Apr. 9, 1882. At Rutgers, 1899-1900. 
Baptist clergyman. A.B. (Richmond Coll., Va., 1902). A.M. 
(Richmond, 1905). B.D. (Crozer Sem., 1908). 

Samuel Bradford Woodbridge, * Hartford, Conn. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 31, 1882. Journalist. 



B.Sc. 

Daniel Herbert Applegate, Jr., Red Bank, N. J. 

Born at Red Bank, N. J., Sept. 15, 1881. Brick manufacturer. 

Raymond IIarman Ashley, Orono, Me. 

Born in London, England, Mch. 29, 1881. Asst. Prof. Chem- 
istry, Univ. Maine, 1913- . A.M. (Yale, 1905). M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1906). Ph.D. (Yale, 1906). 

CORTLANDT IIaydock Bonney, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Oct. 28, 1881. Civil engineer. 
Chester Timothy Brown, East Orange, N. J. 

Bom at Tuckerton, N. J., Oct. 25, 1882. Physician. M.D. 

(Johns Hopkins, 1907). 

William B. Carter, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Fieldsboro, N. J., Oct. 21, 1880. Civil engineer in of- 
fice chief engineer, M. W. l*enn. R. R. 

George Washington Conover, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 30, 1881. Civil engineer. 

David Raymond Edgar, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., Jan. 2, 1883. Ceramic and me- 
chanical engineer. Oflicer and director in several Kdgar clay 
companies. 

Maurice Cope Engle, Herradiira, Cuba. 

Born at Masonville, N. J., July 8, 1878. Apiarist. 

William Asbury Fisher, Wilmington, N. C. 

Born at Neshanic, N. J., Mch. 19, 1882. Supt. Timber Preser- 
vation. 

Stephen Josiah Gould Francisco, Caldwell, N. J. 

Born at Fairfield, N. J., Jan. 11, 1883. With Fairfield Dairy Co. 



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Cabl Mobsb Hebbebt, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Manasquan. N. J., July 2, 1882. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(Univ. Georgia, 1906). 

Wbight Sammis Hoag, Los Angeles, CaL 

Born at Baldwin Piace, N. Y., May 7, 1881. Electrical en- 
gineer, Westinghouse Elect, and Mfg. Co. 

Ebnest Daniel Jones, Wyoming, N. Y. 

Bom In Wyoming county, N. Y., Apr. 29, 1876. District Supt. 
of Schools, 1912- . School commissioner, 1906-09, 1909-12. 

John Eabl Jones, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Neillsvllle, Wis., Aug. 25, 1878. CivU engineer. C.K. 
(Rutgers, 1906). 

Habby Riley Lee, Holcomb Rock, Va. 

Born at New BTunswick, N. J., July 4, 1883. Supt. Va. Works, 
Electro Metallurgical Co., 1912- . El.Met. (Lehigh, 1906). 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1907). 

William Fontaine Little, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Bom in Philadelphia. Pa., Oct. 4, 1880. Electrical engineer, 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1906). 

Allen Sylvantjs Mebchant, Canajoharie, N. Y. 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., June 16, 1878. Manager, County 
Farm Bureau. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1907). 

Geobge Henby Mulleb, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Bom in New York City, Oct. 27, 1880. Printing. 

Eable Juleen Owen, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Wyoming, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1878. Assistant in Botany, 
N. J. College Experiment Station. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1907). 

RoBEBT Haven Reineck, Washington, D. C. 

Born at New Bmnswlck, N. J., May 22, 1881. Topographer, 
U. S. Geological Survey, 1913- . 

Fbed Conbad Schneideb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom in Kansas, Dec. 11, 1882. Civil engineer. City engineer, 
N. B., 1905- . 

Abthub Embuby Smith, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at North Plainfield, N. J., Dec. 31, 1881. Engineer and 
contractor. 

Paul J. Stbassbubc.eb, Ocean Grove, N. J. 

Bora nt Ansonia, Conn., Aug. 31, 1878. Business. 
William Lee Thabp, Jamaica, L. I. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J.. Feb. 24, 1880. Electrical engineer, 

N. Y. Telephone Co., 1903- . 

TiiEODOBE ToBisn, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Apr. 11, 1881. Mining and civil en- 
gineering. 

Stewabt LeRoy Tweed, Clinton Corners, N. Y. 

Born at WlUiamstown, N. J., Oct. 21, 1880. Farm manager. 

John Mabshall Van De Venteb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 12, 1882. Electrical en- 
gineer. 

Pebcy Lyle Van Nuis, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J.. Mch. 17, 1882. With Neverslip 
Mfg. Co. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1906). 

Otto Robebt Andbee Voelkeb, New BrunsWick, N. J. 

Born at Egg Harbor City, N. J., Feb. 8, 1881. Survey Dept., 
Title Guarantee and Trust Co., N. Y. 

Ralph Baldwin Wilcox, Pittsburgh, Penn. 

Born at Newark. N. J.. Sept. 14. 1882. With Standard Under- 
ground Cable Co., of Pittsburgh. 



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Nathan Thee Benedict, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 23, 1881. Civil engineer. 

Frederic Stites Bush, Caldwell, N. J. 

Born at Newton, N. J., Jan. 10, 1880. Ltfe insurance, Pruden- 
tial Ins. Co., Newark, N. J. 

Harry Valentine Campbell, Monte Christi, Dominican Republic. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., Oct. 6, 1882. Civil engineer. 

Edward Leslie Coriell, Albuquerque, N. M. 

Bom at Bound Brook, N. J., Dec. 6, 1880. At Rutgers three 
years. Bank teller. 

Harry Davison Robbins, Allentown, N. J. 

Born at Yardvllle, N. J., Apr. 16, 1882. Bookkeeper. 
VoLNEY Day Schlick, Attica, N. Y. 

Bom at Bennington, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1875. At Rutgers one year. 

Bookkeeper and draftsman. 



1904. 
A.B. 

Arthur LeGrand Berger, Gansevoort, N. Y. 

Born at Sharon, N. Y., Dec. 9, 1881. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1907. A.M. (Rutgers, 1907). 
Charles Robert Blunt, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Feb. 7, 1882. Editor, "N. J. Commerce 

and Finance." 
Louis Williamson Conover, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Rocky Hill, N. J., Sept. 4, 1884. Foreign exchange. 
Henry Dyer Cook, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Born at Hurley, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1880. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1907. A.M. (Rutgers, 1907). 
John Norris Field, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Brantford, Ontario, Nov. 7, 1883. ' 
Emil Eisenhardt Fischer, Allentown, Pa. 

Born at Germantown, Pa., July 14, 1882. Lutheran clergyman. 

Lutheran Sem. at Philadelphia, 1907. A.M. (Rutgers, 1907). 
William Kenneth Flanagan, Newark, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 29, 1882. Lawyer. 
William Hobart Giebel, Sodus Center, N. Y. 

Born at Rochester, N. Y., July 21, 1879. Clergyman. R. C. A. 

Teacher. N. B. Sem., 1907. A.M. (Rutgers, 1907). B.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1908). 
Charles William Lambert, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 7, 1881. Clerk. 

John Alexander Linnett, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J.. Dec. 2. 1879. Real estate and insurance 
broker. Secretary, Newark Real Estate Brokers' Exchange. 

Martin Adrian Schenck, New York City. 

Born at Montgomery. N. Y., Aug. 14, 1882. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(N. Y. Law School, 1906). A.M. (Rutgers, 1907). 

William Henry Stewart, Jr., New York City. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., Apr. 13, 1880. Pres. Stewart Auto- - 
mobile Co. 

Frederic Louis Wolf, Irvington, N. J. 

Born at Newark. N. J., Apr. 28. 1883. Real estate and in- 
surance. Financial editor. "American Banker," 1905-09. Editor, 
"Daily Bond News." Author, "Municipal Bond Sales," for 
1905-08. 



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1904. 



♦Henry Honbgger, Arni, India. 

Born at Riiti, Switzerland, .Tulv 27. 1870. At Rutgers, 190.3- 
04. Clergyman, R. C. A. Missionary to India, 1907-14. N. B. 
Sem., 1907. Died, July 20, 1914. 

Clarence Walter Kip, Groton, N. Y. 

Born at Passaic. N. J., Oct. 10. 1882. At Rutgers. 1900-01, 
Advertising manager. Author, "Verse and Worse." 

Cornelius Boyd McCrelis, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Bruns'wlck, N. J., Apr. 8, 1883. Business. 

John Clarence Miller, Weebawken, N. J. 

Born at Livingston, N. Y., Aug. 5. 1879. At Rutgers, 1900-04. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1907. 

Byron Mitchell Prugh, 

Born at Annandale, N. J., May .3. 1881. 
one-half years. Editoi* and publisher. 

George Ernest Shettle, 

Born at Tunbridge, Wells, England, June 5, 1879. 
1900-02. Electrician. 



Westfield, N. J. 
At Rutgers one and 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

At Rutgers, 



B.Sc. 

George Wolfe Bauer, 

Born at Unden, N. J., Dec. 24, 1883. 
Fred LeRoy Brown, 

Born at Westfield, Pa., Apr. 5, 1883. 

1907). 

William James Douglas, Jr., 

Born at Newark. N. J., Sept. 19, 1884. Physician. Superin- 
tendent, Essex County Tuberculosis Hospital, 1911- . M.D. 
(Univ. N. Y. and Bellevue Med. Coll., 1908). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1908). 

CtARDNER Sam Driver, Atlantic City, N. 

Born at KIrkwood, N. ,1., July 24, 1883. (Jrocer. 
Stephen Clifton Garrison, 

Born at Palatine, N. J., Apr. 14, 1881. Farmer. 
Frederick William Gaston, 

Born at Passaic. N. J., Mch. 17, 1883. Lawyer. 

School, 1906. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1910). 

George Henry Gowen, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 7, 1882. 
gineer. 

Richard Heuser, Matawan, N. J. 

Born in New Jersey, Oct. 23, 1879. Civil engineer. C.E. (Rut- 
gers, 1907). 

Alfred Ellet Hitchner, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Born at Clayton. N. J., Dec. 11, 1882. Electrical engineer. 

Harry Jay Howell, Jamaica, L. I. 

Born at Newton, N. J., Jan. 16, 1882. Travelling representative. 

Milton Shortlidge Ley, Fort Jones, CaL 

Born at Sidney, ()., May 7. 1882. Attorney. 

Charles Bernhard I^ipman, Berkeley, Cal. 

Born in Russia, Aug. 17, 1883. Prof. Soil Chemistry and Bac- 
teriology, T'niv. California. W^riter on Soil Questions. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1909, and I'niv. Wis., 1909). Ph.D. (Univ. Cal., 
1910). 

John Mellor, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born in England, Oct. IG, 1877. Mechanical engineer. 



Linden, N. J. 
Contracting engineer. 

White Plains, N. Y. 
Builder. C.E. (Rutgers, 

Newark, N. J. 



Elmer, N. J. 

Passaic, N. J. 
N. Y. Law 

Bloomfield, N. J. 
Electrical en- 



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RiDGWAY Fell Moon, Wayne, Pa. 

Born at Morrisvllle, Pa., Oct. 15, 1882. Manager, Industrial 

Dept., Westinghouse Elec. and Mfg. Co. . 
Hebbert Wills Moore, Tottenville, N. Y. 

Born at Moorestown, N. J., May 23, 1880. Ceramic chemist. 
Frank Abbam Morris, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newton, N. J., Mch. 18, 1880. Draftsman. 
George Andrew Mount, Atlantic Highlands, N. J. 

Born at New Monmouth, N. J., Oct. 13, 1879. Civil engineer. 
John Irving Nelson, New Market, N. J. 

Born at New Market. N. J., Sept. 17, 1882. Farmer. 
Charles Francis O'Neill, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 25, 1881. Sales engineer Westing- 
house Elec. and Mfg. Co. 
Harold J^Jlackman Osborn, Fillmore, Cal. 

Born at Naugatuck, Conn., Feh. 6, 1884. Physician. M.D. 

(Med. Coll. State of S. C. 1909). 
Herman Arthur Plusch, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at Catskill, N. Y., Oct. 8. 1881. Ceramic chemist. Chief 

chemist, Atlantic Terra Cotta Co. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1907). C.E. 

(Rutgers, 1916). 

Frederic Alton Price, Alcatraz, Oal. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Apr. 5, 1882. First Lieut. U. S. Army. 
Warner I. Risley, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Born at Pleasantville, N. J., May 18, 1883. Civil engineer. 

Bertram Frothingham Shivler, Columbus, Ohio. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 5, 1881. Commercial 
traveler. Chemist. 

Whitelaw Reid Stryker, New Orleans, La. 

Bom at Grlggstown, N. J., Dec. 12, 1880. Chemist. 

Thomas Earle Van Winkle, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Oct. 2, 1882. Engineer. M.Sc. (Rut- 
gers, 1907). 

Frederick George Carl Volkert, Montreal, Canada. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 27, 1882. Telephone en- 
gineer. 

Charles Wagner, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born in Russia, Nov. 8, 1883. Lawyer. 
Fritz Carl Wittio, Newton Centre, Mass. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 29, 1883. Manager. 
Frank Carrington Woodruff, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Sept. 22, 1883. Electrical inspector, 

U. S. Navy Dept., 1905- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1908). 

Lewis Maxwell Young, - Norwich, Conn. 

Born at Montgomery, N. J., Apr. 21, 1878. Civil engineer and 
contractor. C.PT. (Rutgers, 1907). 



James Sloan Arrowsmitii, Des Moines, Iowa. 

Bom at Freehold, N. J., Nov. 5, 1882. At Rutgers wie year. 
Traveling salesman. 

Henry G. Atwater, Westfield, N. J. 

Born at Piscataway, N. J., Mch. 26, 1870. At Rutgers one year. 
With Bell Telephone Co. 

John Brien Brown, Verona, N. J. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., June 19, 1882. At Rutgers four years. 
Teacher. 



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Nathan Campbell, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at North Haledon, N. J., Sept. 24, 1882. At Rutgers, 

three years. Civil engineer and city surveyor. 

Sprague Cableton, New York City. 

Born in New York City, May 6, 1881. At Rutgers two years. 

Physician. Prof. Genito-Urinarv Diseases, Homoeopathic Med. 

Coll. M.D. (Horn. Med. Coll., 1&06). 

Edwabd Francis Duggan, West Nutley, N. J. 

Born at Gainesville, N. Y., Jan. 23, 1876. 

Samuel Gobdon, San Diego, Cal. 

Bom at Port Jervis, N. Y., Sept. 19, 1883. At Rutgers, 1900- 

01. Civil engineer, U. S. Navy. 1911- . U. S. Naval Acad., 

1905. C.E. (Rensselaer Poly. Inst., 1908). 

Robert Buck Lupton, Olangapo, P. I. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., June 19, 1882. Assistant paymaster, 
U. S. steamship "Mohican." 

Willlam Tobias McChesney, Toledo, Ohio. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 10, 1882. Electrician. 

Gobdon Dickson MclNTn<E, Jersey City, N. J. 

Bom at Jersey City, N. J., Oct. 23, 1883. Cotton goods con- 
verter. 

Edgab Meble Nolan, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Mch. 23, 1881. 
RuFus Geobge Poland, Lewistown, Mont. 

Born at Butte. Mont!, Sept. 17, 1876. Teacher. Graduate 

State Model School, Trenton, N. J. 
Benjamin Geaby J*bugh, Kankauna, Wis. 

Born at Annandale, N. J., Oct. 31, 1879. Superintendent of 

Construction, The Foundation Company of New York, 1909- . 

Clifford Elisha Stevens, New York City. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 25, 1883. Manufacturing sti"aw 
hats. 

Huyleb Wood van Hoe^enberg, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Kingston. N. Y., Jan. 2, 1882. Traveling in Central 
America and the West Indies. 

Clayton Barney Vogel, Port-au-Prince, Haiti. 

Bom in Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 28, 1882. First Lieut., U. S. 
Marine Corps, 1908- . 

James Coleman Waters, Jr., Rahway, N. J. 

Bom at Rahway, N. J., Sept. 26, 1882. At Rutgers three years. 
Clerk. 

1905. 
A.B. 

Simon Blockeb, Paterson, N. J. 

Born in Amsterdam. Holland, Oct. 1, 1881. Clergyman, R. C. 
A. N. B. Sem., 1908. A.M. (Rutgers, 1908). 

Chables Leverich Bbett, Belleville, N. J. 

Born at Belleville, N. J., Sept. 11, 1882. Manufacturer's ex- 
port agent. 

James Howabd Bbi^tckebhoff, Herkimer, N. Y. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Feb. 4, 1883. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1908. A.M. (Rutgers, 1908). 

Geobge Hammell Cook, Hillsdale, N. Y. 

Born at Lansinghurgh, N. Y., July 2, 1883. Farmer. 
John August Hitzelbebg, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom in Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 26, 1880. Teacher. 



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Herman Tebhune Hopper, Monsey, N. Y. 

Bora at Saddle River, N. J., Dec. 5, 1882. Teacher, Commercial 
High School, Brooklyn, N. Y. School commissioner, Rockland 
county, 1906-12. A.M. (Rutgers, 1908)*. 

Frank Nichols Jennings, Warsaw, N. Y. 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1884. 
Harry Crtjm Morehouse, Howe Cave, N. Y. 

Born at Coeymans, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1878. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1908. A.M. (Rutgers, 1908). 

Arthur van Voorhees Schenck, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 25, 1883. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(N. Y. Law School, 1908). A.M. (Rutgers, 1908). 

Albert Leeds Stillman, Hoboken, N. J. 

Bom at Hoboken, N. J., June 14, 1883. Engineer. E.M. (Col- 
umbia, 1909). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1910). 

Albert Augustus Taylor, Trenton, N. J. 

. Born at Allentown, N. J., Feb. 17, 1881. Lawyer. 
Daniel George Verwey, New York City. 

Bora at Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1878. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1908. A.M. (Rutgers, 1908). 

Charles Parker Wileer, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 23, 1883. Forester. New 
Jersey State Fire Wiarden, 1910- . M.F. (Yale Forest School, 
1907). A.M. (Rutgers, 1908). 

Francis Edmond Wilber, Canton, China. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 9, 1884. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Missionary, International Y. M. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1911. 



Charles Shepard Backus, Mt. Wilson, Cal. 

Born at Elmhurst, L, I., Sept. 20, 1883. In the Solar Observa- 
tory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. 

James Gilbert Mason, Jr., Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., Nov. 21, 1883. At Rutgers, 1901-03. 
Investment securities. A.B. (Princeton, 1905). 

Clarence Edward Seipel, Claverack, N. Y. 

Born at Claverack, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1881. Salesman for a N. Y. 
house. 

John Henry Wyckoff, Jr., ~ New York City. 

Born at Tindivanam, India, Nov. 12, 1881. Physician. M.D. 
(Univ. N. Y.). 



Litt.B. 

James Henry Willock, Norfolk, Va. 

Born at Troy, N. Y., June 4, 1883. Lawyer. N. Y. Law School, 
1912. A.M. (Rutgers, 1908). 



B.Sc. 

Harry Baremore Angus, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. .1., Oct. 11. 1883. Presb. clergyman, 
Princeton Sem., 1909. A.M. (Princeton, 1908). 

Welcome William Bender, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Jan. 3, 1884. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. 

Y. Law School, 1907). LL.M. (N. Y. Law School, 1908). 
M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1908). 



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Charles William Chappel, Parlin, N. J. 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1880. With E. I. du Pont de 

Nemours & Co. 
Robert Weeks Cobb, » Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 5, 1884. Teacher. 
Edson Joseph Davis, Fair Oaks, Cal. 

Born at Shinglehouse, Pa., Sept. 30, 1882. Assistant engineer, 

Los Angeles Aqueduct. 
Arthur Voorhees DeHart, Yonkers, N. Y. 

• Born at Jamaica, L. I., Nov. 13, 1883. Accountant. 
George Bergen Ford, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Allentown, N. J., Felx 20. 1883. Ceramic chemist. 
John Gaub, Washington, D. C. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 25. 1885. Chemist, Wash- 
ington filtration plant. Instructor, Chemistry, Cornell, 1908-12. 
Harry Lloyd Harris, Skowhegan, Maine. 

Born at Freedom, Me., Nov. 12, 1883. Farmer. 
Franklin Edward Holsten, Kirkwood, Mo. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1881. Chief chemist. Pierce 

Oil Corporation, 1914- . 
George Richard Koehler, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., Mch. 17, 1883. Second Lieut. 14th 

U. S. Infantry. 
Francis Bodo Kurtz, West Englewood, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., May 2, 1884. Commercial business. 
David Townsend Mason, Berkeley, Cal. 

Born at Newark. N. J., Mch. 11, 1883. Prof. Forestry, Univ. 

California. M.F. (Yale. 1907). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1908). 
Frederic Ramsay Mason, Missoula, Mont. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., May 17, 1884. With U. S. ^Forest 

Service. 
Charles Arthur Morris, Tom's River, N. J. 

Born at Hightstown, N. J., Nov. 10, 1880. County Superintend- 
ent of Schools, Ocean county, 1906- . 
John Elmer Pearce, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Born at Linden, N. J., Jan. 10, 1885. Fire Insurance engineer. 
Loren Pease Plummer, Jr., Quid ton, N. J. 

Born at Quinton, N. J., May 19, 1883. Civil engineer. 
Dale Charles Roberts, Dongan Hills, Staten Island. 

Born, Mch. 12, 1881. Civil engineer. C.E. (Rutgers, 1911). 
♦William Booth Roll, Conemaugh, Penn. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Dec. 29, 1883. Assistant Supervisor, 

Penn. R. R. Died. June 16, 1914. 
Eugene William Seng, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 5, 1883. Chemist, American 

Dyewood Co., 1905- . 
♦Benjamin Augustus Sicki^s, Colt's Neck, N. J. 

Born at Colt's Neck, N. J„ Oct. 8, 1881. Farmer. Died, Feb. 

15, 1912. 
Albert Brokaw Smith, Carnegie, Pa. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., Aug. 19, 1884. Sales electrical en- 
gineer. 
Irving Russell Valentine, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Born at Woodbridge, N. J., Oct. 6, 1882. Assistant Chief 

Chemist and Research Chemist, V. S. Metals Refining Co., 

1911- . 
Elmer Spangler Weaver, Pleasantville, N. J. 

Born at Williamstown, N. J., Nov. 18, 1884. Civil engineer. 



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Bayard Conover Applegate, Red Bank, N. J. 

Born at Red Bank, N. J., Mch. 21, 1884. At Rutgers one 

year. Real estate and insurance. 
Guy Huggins Bergex, New York City. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., Aug. 19, 1884. 
Elliott Cyril Burrows, New York City. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Sept. 6, 1883. 

Surgeon. M.D. (Coll. P. and S., 1906). 

Sanger Sylvester Carleton, 

New York City, Dec. 16, 1882. 
D.D.S. (Baltimore Coll. of Dental Surgery, 1908) 
Henry de la Bruyere Carpender, New Brunswick, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 15, 1882. At Rutgers 
three years. 



Born in 
Dentist. 



New York 
At Rutgers one year. 

New Y'ork 
At Rutgers. 1901-02. 



City. 
N. J. 



, Oct. 28, 1883. At 
(Dartmouth, 1906). 



Rutgers one 
Union Sem., 



year. 
1909. 



N. J. 



Cotton and stock broker. 
RoELiF Eltinge Dubois, New Paltz, N. Y. 

Born at New Paltz, N. Y., Mch. 19, 1881. Farmer. 
Percy Elwood Erickson, New York City. 

Born at Newark. N. ,T. 

Presb. clergyman. A.B. 

A.M. (Columbia, 1911). 

♦AiNSLEE Everett, Dayton, 

Born at Englishtown, N. J., Dec. 10, 1882. At Rutgers, 1901- 
02. Died, April 27, 1903. 

John Giblon, Marlboro, N. J. 

Born at Marlboro, N. J., Jan. 29, 1883. Insurance. 

William Dey Herbert, Fort Wm. McKinley, P. I. 

Born at Englishtown, N. J.. Dec. 17, 1881. Army surgeon. 
At Rutgers, 1902. M.D. (JeflPerson Med. Coll.). 

Earle Harold Houghtaling, Walden, N. Y. 

Lawyer. 
Martin Malia, Jr., Freehold, N. J. 

Born at Freehold, N. ,T., Feb. 15, 188J>. Farmer. 
WiLOAM Henry Martin, Jr., Atlantic City, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., June 10, 1883. 

Theodore Emil Merklinger, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Mch. 14, 1884. At Rutgers one year. 
Engineer. E.E. (Columbia, 1906). 

William Paul Morton, Atlantic City, 

Born at Salem, N. J.. July 26, 1882. Civil engineer with 
Pennsylvania Bridge Co. 

♦Harold Form an Patterson, Jersey City, 

Born at Jersey City, N. J.. Jan. 17, 1882. Died during his 
Sophomore year, March 16, 1903. 

George St. John Rathbun, Schenectady, 

Born at Rye, N. Y.. .Tan. 12, 1885. At Rutgers,, 1901-03. 

Prot. Episc. clergyman. B.A. (St. Stephens College, 1910). 
Harold Lloyd RobIxNSOn, 

Born at Boston, Mass., Apr. 23, 1884. 
David Hirsch Rosenfeld, 

Born at Janasic, Russia, Apr. 29, 1880. 
♦Elmer Otto Stillman, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 4 

29, 1902. 

BuRTis Fleming Vaugiian, 

Born in New York (Mty, Mch. 23, 1884. 
E. Robert, New York. ' 

Frank Peter Venable, 

Bom at Paterson, N. .1., Aug. 22, 1881. 



Rahway, 

Woodbine, 

New Brunswick, 
1883. Died, August 

Roselle, 
Manager of oflSce, E. 

Paterson, 
Real estate manager. 



N.J. 

N. J. 

N. Y. 

N. J. 
N. J. 
N. J. 

N. J. 

N. J. 



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♦Habvey Lanning Wilson, Red Bank, N. J. 

Born at Allentown, N. J., Jan. 31, 1882. At Rutgers, 1901-02. 
Died during his Senior year at the Philadelphia Dental College, 
Jan. 7, 1906. 



1906. 
A.B. 

Louis Bevieb, Jb., New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 22, 1885. Lawyer. .Col- 
umbia Law School. 1909. 
Habby Milton Bbown, Warsaw, N. Y. 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1885. Lawyer. Justice of the 

Peace, 1914- . 
Geobge Oscab Dennis, Eatontown, N. J. 

Born at Eatontown. N. J., Feb. 6, 1883. P. O. clerk at Red 

Bank, N. J. 
Habold Edwabd Gbeen, South Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Nyack, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1880. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. 

B. Sem., 1909. A.M. (Rutgers, 1911). 
Raymond Bebgueb Johnson, ' Newtonville, Mass. 

Born in Chicago, 111., May 11, 1885. Teacher. Instructor in 

English, Harvard, 1908-09. Union Sem., 1906-07. Harvard 

Graduate School, 1907-09. 
Matjbice Ibving Lindbith Kain, Hutchinson, Kan. 

Born at Delaware Water Gap, Pa., Apr. 20, 1883. Episc. 

clergyman. N. B. Sem., 1906-09. General Sem., 1910. 

♦John Ross MacNeill, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at CrieflP, Scotland, Jan. 4, 1883. N. B. Sem., 1906-08. 

Pastor, Gotebo Reformed Church, 1908-09. Died, at Roxbury, 

N. Y., Jan. 18, 1910. 

Daniel Bablow Mineb, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Born at Freehold, N. Y., May 6, 1882. Advertising agency. 
J. Habvey Mubphy, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Apr. 28, 1882. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem.. 1909. A.M. (Rutgers, 1909). 

NOBBUBY Cobdneb Mubbay, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Walton, N. Y., Apr. 20, 1885. Lawyer. 
Habby William Noble, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Catsklll, N. Y., June 25, 1882. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1909. 

John Mabius Madison Stahb, Chicago, 111. 

Born in Denmark, Dec. 6, 1884. Accountant, Western Electric 
Co. 



William Humphbeys Btjbhans, Hagerstown, Md. 

Born at Durham, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1883. At Rutgers one year. 
Salesman. 

Oliveb James Schoonmakeb, Ashburnham, Mass. 

Born at Hurley, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1882. At Rutgers, 1901-03. 
Chair manufacturer. A.B. (Harvard, 1906). 

W^iLLiAM HoPLEB WooDBUFF, Chester, N. J. 

Born at E:ast Orange, N. J., July 26, 1883. At Rutgers two 
years. Farmer. 



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Litt.B. 

Lyman Abbott Gebow, " Washington ville, N. Y. 

Born at Vails Gate, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1880. Feed business. 



George Clinton Dodge, Great Bend, N. Y. 

Bom at Great Bend, N. Y., Mch. 4, 1884. Salesman, Portland 
cement. A.B. (Colgate Univ., 1906). 

Frank Fen no Pellet, Watkins, N. Y. 

Born at Watkins, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1884. Business. 



B.Sc. 

Edward Harker Acton, Shawinigan Falls, Canada. 

Born at Salem, N. J., Sept. 7, 1884. Supt., Northern Aluminum 
Co., Ltd. 

Adolph Geroasius Ahrens, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., May 14, 1886. Commercial engineer, 

Westlnghouse Electric and ManUifacturing Co. 
Raymond Walter Allen, Cody, Wyo. 

Born at Medford, N. J., Sept. 14, 18S4. Forest supervisor, U. S. 

Forest Service, 1911- . M.P. (Yale). 

George Gouvernettk Ashwell, Newark, N. J. 

Born near New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 12, 1885. Architect. 

AViLLiAM Harris Benedict, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 24, 1885. Engineering. ♦ 

Clifford Stanislaus Brinkerhoff, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Rutherford, N. J., May 6, 18B3. Civil engineer. 

Adolph Brogger, . Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Bom at Perth Amboy, N. J., Dec. 23, 1884. Draughtsman. 

Percy Edgar Brown, Ames, Iowa. 

Born at Woodbridge, N. J., Oct. 9, 1885. Prof. Soil Bacteri- 
ology. Iowa State College. A.M. (Rutgers, 1909). Ph.D. (Rut- 
gers, 1912). 

Thomas Harvey Bruce, Arlington, N. J. 

Born at Oceanic, N. J., Sept. 17, 1885. With General Electric 
Lamp Development Laboratory, Harrison, N. J. 

David Alexander Decker, Norfolk, Va. 

Born at Pine Bush, N. Y., May 4, 1884. A«st. City Engineer. 
C.E. (Rutgers, 1914). 

Thomas Alan Devan, Boston, Mass. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1884. Physician. M.D. 
(Johns Hopkins). 

IlERVEY KiNCH DoANE, Miles City, Montana. 

Bom at Plainfleld, N. J., Apr. 23, 1883. Civil engineer. Real 
estate. 

Charles Robert Duncan, Amherst, Mass. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Feb. 17, 1884. Assistant Prof. Mathe- 
matics, Mass. Agric. College. C.E. (Rutgers, 1914). 

JOD Langfcrd Edwards, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Born at Bamegat, N. J., Mch. 17, 1884. Electrical engineer, 
Westlnghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

Charles Job Eldridge, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Williamstown, N. J., Jan 7, 1886. Civil engineer. 

Henry Marshall Fales, Jr., Chicago, 111. 

Born at La Salle, N. Y„ Mch. 29, 1884. Telephone engineer. 

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Harold Hooley Febrey, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Nov. 24, 1885. Electrical engineer. 
Howard Spooner Gay,* Bayonne, N. J. 

Bom at Iliffgamun, Conn., Nov. 23, 1882. Civil engineer. C.E. 

(Rutgers, 1909). 
Arthur Vattghan Gregory, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Titusville, Pa., June 7, 1885. Surveyor, U. S. Eng. 

Dept. 
Albert Willla.m Hill. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1886. Advertising manager. 
Arthur Headifen Howatt, Youngstown, O. 

Born at Deseronto, Canada, June 9, 1883. Ciyil engineer. 
Roy Gordon Imlay, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Born at Imlaystown, N. J., Dec. 11, 1883. Construction Dept., 

Duquesne Light Co. 

David Jenkins, Franklin Furnace, N. J. 

Born at Mine Hill, N. J.. Nov. 8, 1884. Chemist. N. J. Zinc 
Co. 

Frank Otto Mittag, Jr., Park Ridge, N. J. 

Boln in New York City, Jan. 7, 1882. Manufacturer. Post 

graduate, one year, Mass. Inst. Tech., two years, Columbia Univ. 
Nelson Sheppard Moore, Cicero, 111. 

Bom at Bridgeton, N. J., May 22, 1883. Electrical engineer. 
James Edwin Morrow, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Born at Newrille. Pa., Jan. 19, 1882. Civil engineer. 
John Joseph Mulligan, Chrome, N. J. 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., Oct. 31, 1884. Chemist. 

Frank Randall Pratt, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., Apr. 19. 1876. Assistant Prof. Physics, 
Rutgers, 1911- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1908). 

George Henry Roeder, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 6, 1885. Manager of 
poultry farm. 

Clarence Gordon Rolfe, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 4, 1885. Salesman and 
demonstrator, Hardman-Peck Piano Co. 

*Nahum David Shore, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Odessa, Russia. Mch. 27, 1880. Assistant in plant 
breeding, N. J. State Coll. Exper. Station. 1907-09. M.Sc. 
(Rutgers, 1908). Died, Sept. 20, 1909. 

George Oakley Smalley, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., Mch. 8, 1885. 
Clarence Lockerson Smith, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Trenton. N. J., Oct. 17, 1882. Salesman. Engineer. 
Frederick Newton Wardwell, Long Island City, N. Y. 

Born at Adams, N. Y., Mch. 24, 1884. Supt. U. S. Survey, 

Dept. of Interior, 1910-15. 
WiNTON Hadley Wilder, New York City. 

Born at Westfield, N. J., Apr. 2, 1886. Telephone engineering. 
Thomas Lambert Wilkinson, Riverside, N. J. 

Born at Riverside, N. J., Jan. 4, 1885. Real estate and in- 
surance. Law student. Post graduate two years, Mass. Inst. 

Technology. 
Louis Frederick Baker Woolston, St. Louis, Mo. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Nov. 20, 1885. Electrical engineer. 

General Electric Co. 



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Fbank Lofland Cosgrove, Zanesville, Ohio. 

Born at Cambridge, Ohio, Nov. 22, 1882. 

♦William Fbedebick Davidson, Holland, Mich. 

Born at Holland, Mich., Feb. 13, 1881. At Rutgers, 1902-03. 
Teacher. Died, July 8, 1904. 

Harold Depew, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Linden, N. J., Sept. 8, 1883. At Rutgers, 1902-03. 
Lawyer. LL.B. (Yale, 1906). 

Leslie Miller Hay, Cohoes, N. Y. 

Born at Cohoes, N. Y., Mch. 2, 1883. Dentist. D.D.S. (Univ. 
Penn., 1908). 

George Morley Hecker, Riverside, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 1. 1886. 

James Akester Hope, Watkins, N. Y. 

Born at Watkins, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1883. Clerk, U. S. Classified 

Postal Service. 

David Jacobson, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth. N. J.. Jan. 31, 1885. Building materials. 

Timothy Herbert McManus, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 24, 1882. Bookkeeper. 

Bergen B. Staats, Jr., Fort Myers, Florida. 

Born at West Hurley, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1880. At Rutgers one and 

one-half years. Civil engineer. 
Charles Henry Taubel, Riverside, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 30, 1886. 
Philip Vermilye Van.Arsdale, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Plainfield. N. J., Sept. 24, 1884. Lawyer. A.B. 

(Brown Univ., 1906). N. Y. Law School, 1909. 
Raymond Tapping Vredenbltigh, Brookline, Mass. 

Born in Chicago, 111., Aug. 16, 1882. Bonds. 

Harold Lee Westfall, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Newark; N. J., Nov. 27, 1883. At Rutgers two years. 
Poultry farmer. 



1907. 
A.B. 

Charles Noble Doolittle, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. 

Born at Stanhope, N. J., Mch. 17. 1885. Teacher. A.M. (Rut- 
gers, 1911). 

Solomon Esberg, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at New York City, Dec. 12, 1886. Lawyer. LL.B. (Univ. 
Dakota, 1912). 

Frederick Adam Kullmar, Lewes, Del. 

Born at Jamesburg, N. J., Feb. 28, 1886. Presb. clergyman. 
B.D. (Princeton Sem., 1915). 

George Allen Lettkel, Little Britain, Pa. 

Born at Shrewsbury. N. J., Oct. 23, 1886. Presb. clergyman. 
Princeton Sem., 1910. A.M. (Rutgers, 1911). 

Frederick Wilson Scott, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 29, 1885. Surgeon. M.D. 

(Coll. P. and S., 1911). 
Royal Arthur Stout, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 14, 1885. Presb. clergyman. 

N. B. Sem., 1910. A.M. (Rutgers, 1910). B.D. (Rutgers. 1912). 



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Lloyd Bliss Wheeleb, Oceanic, N. J. 

Born at Bliss. N. Y., Feb. 6, 1885. Principal of Schools. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1910). 

John C. Bergen, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 12, 1885. Wholesale paper. 

Hugo Blum, New York City. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Sept. 11, 1885. At Rutgers, 
1903-05. Physician. M.D. (Coll. p. and S., 1909). 

Claudius James Fingab, Lebanon, N. J. 

Born at Germantown, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1880. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

A.B. (Lafayette. 1906). N. B. Sem., 1910. 
Austin Millis Leavens, ' New York City. 

Born at Lansingburg, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1880. With Longmans, 

<ireen & Co. 

Frank McIntire, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Mch. 30, 1887. Merchant. 



Litt.B. 

Bruce Ballabd, Montgomery, N. Y. 

Born at Roxbury, N. ¥., Aug. 13, 1882. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem.. 1910. 

Alton Percy Swan, Berlin, N. H. 

Born at Franklin, Me., July 4, 1882. Superintendent of paper 
mill. 



Valentine Royal Tupper, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Brewster, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1886. Banking business. 



b;sc. 

Charles Chambers Armstrong, South River, N. J. 

Born at Strykersvllle, Pa., Jan. 6, 1886. Civil engineer. 
John Louis Baker, Milburn, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Nov. 11, 1882. Civil engineer. 
Ralph Lester Beach, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at East Orange. N. J., Sept. 8, 1884. Lamp manufacturing. 

M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1010). 
Abraham IL Blum, Fresno, CaL 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 28, 1885. Merchant. 
Walter Rodney Cornell, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Born at Vineland. N. J., July 19, 1882. Instructor in mechan- 
ics. C.E. (Cornell, 1915). 
Randolph Marshall Creamer, Orangeburg, N. Y. 

Born at Petersburg, N. J., Oct. 15, 1879. Civil engineer. 
J. M. Gonzalez, San Turce, Porto Rico. 

Born at San Turce, Porto Rico, Dec. 25, 1886. Assistant 

Supt. Public Works. 

Thomas Dean Halliwell, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 16, 1886. Superintendent, T. M. 
Barrett Co. 

Lewis Arthur Heath, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 5, 1886. Electrical engi- 
neer. • 



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Philadelphia, Pa. 
General contractor. 



New Brunswick, N. 
Asst. Prof. Mathe- 



Washington, D. 
Computer, Coast and Geodetic 



New York City. 
Civil engineer, U. S. 



10, 



New Market, N. 
Civil engineer. 

New Brunswick, N. 
1880. Funeral dlrcH!- 



Business. 



William Richard Hughes, Jr., 

Born at Point Levis, Canada, June 29, 1885. 
President, Hughes Foulkrod Co. 

Albert Rittenhouse Johnson, 

Born at Lambertville, N. J., Mch. 7. 1880. 

matics and Graphics, Rutgers, 1913- 

Harry Aaron Marmer, 

Born in Russia, June 21. 1885. 
Survey. 

Clifford Davidson Mayiiew, 

Born at Pittsgrove, N. J., Jan. 16, 1885 
Army. 

Walter Ernest Nelson, 

Born at New Market, N. J., Nov. 20, 1885. 
Alex William Quackenboss, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 

tor and embalmer. 

Walter Frank Reinheimer, 

Born at Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1883. 
Harvey Clifford Robins, 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Dec. 6, 1886. 

Co., 1907- . 

Walter Frederick Lttdwig Roeder, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 18, 1886. 
Research Dept. General Electric Co. 

Harry John Stockum, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bom at Haddonfleld, N. J., June 8, 1879. Insurance. 

Isaac Victor Stone, Providence, R. I. 

Born at Malaga. N. J., July 8, 1884. Chiaf chemist. Revere 
Rubber Co., 1912- . M.A. (Gallaudet Coll., 1908). 

♦Reuben Tharp, Jr., Rahway, N 

Born at Rahway, N. J., May 7, 1885. Chemist. Died, Feb. 17, 
1910. 

A'inton Douglas Tompkins, 

Bom at Haxlingen, N. J., Aug. 11, 1884. 
Shops, Robert College, 1911- . 

Ralph Decker Van Duzer, 

Bom at MIddletown, N. Y.. Dec. 30, 1884 



Engineer, N 



Warsaw, N. Y. 

Roselle, N. J. 
Y. Telephone 



New Brunswick, N. 
Tester, Turbine 



J. 



Constantinople, Turkey. 
Supt. of Engineering 



tax agent, Lehigh Valley R. R. Co. 
Frank Robertson Van Sant, 

Born at Newark, N. J., Aug. 8, 1883. 
Raymond Percy Wilson, 

Born at East Millstone, N. J 
Walter Harris Wilson, 

Bom at Metuchen, N. J., July 15, 1887. 
William Sanderson Woodruff, 



Middletown, N. 
Asst. gen. land and 



Y. 



Newark, N. J. 
With General Electric Co. 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
Sept. 29, 1886. Civil engineer. 

Metuchen, N. J. 
Clerk. 

Somerville, N. J. 



Born near Flagtown Station, N. 
Success Magazine. 



J., Dec. 22, 1884. With the 



Fred Kline Armstrong, 

Rom at North Plainfield, N. J., 
Dept. Ingersoll-Rand Co., N. Y. 

Lester Dow Berger, 



Sept. 15, 1884. 



Plainfield, N. J. 
Etigineerlng 



Boston, Mass. 

Born at Seward, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1884. Chief clerk to Vice Pros, 
and General Manager, Gulf, Texas and Western Railway Co. 

Harlan Besson, Hoboken, N. J. 

Born at Hoboken. N. J.. July 1, 1887. At Rutgers, 1903-06. 
Lawyer. LL.B. (N. Y. Law School, 1908). 



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Walteb Gilbert Boschen, Union, N. J. 

Born at Union, N. J., Aug. 23, 1883. Fire Insurance. 
Ralph Price Davies, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 16, 1885. At Rutgers two 

years. Cashier, Real Estate Management Co. 
Hervey Stanton De Groodt, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Oct. 29, 1883. 
Frank Hasbrouck Earle, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Jersey City, N. J., Mch. 18, 1884. Civil engineer, Har- 
rison, Dunham & Earle. 
IjkWRENCE EssELSTYN, Covelo, Cal. 

Bom at Claverack, N. Y., Mch. 1, 1885. At Rutgers, 1903-05. 

Farmer. 

Henry Lange Felch, Ossining, N. Y. 

Born at Ocean Grove, N. J., May 5, 1884. Civil engineer, N. Y. 

State Highway Uept., 1907- . 
Isaac Fineberg, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Trenton, N. J., Nov. 11, 1883. 
Charles Henry Garretson, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Someryille, N. J., July 8, 1885. Treasurer, Tide Water 

Trans. Co. 

♦Alfred Charles Hicks, Long Branch, N. J. 

Bom at Long Branch, N. J., May 6, 1886. Alt Rutgers, 1903-04. 
Medical student. Class of 1910, Univ. Chicago. Died, Jan. 4, 
1910. 

Edward Louis Keenan, Somerville, N. J. 

Bom at Rarltan, N. J., July 31, 1885. At Rutgers two years. 
Civil engineer. 

. Roland Henry Birdsall Landers, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bom at Afton, N. Y., Nov. 25, 1883. Bookkeeper and office as- 
sistant. 

Francis Granger Lang, Blooinfield, N. J. 

Born at Corning, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1886. Civil engineer. 
Cleveland Perry, Belleville, N. J. 

Bora at Belleville. N. J., Sept. 20, 1884. Lawyer. 
Alan Cole Plume, Cranford, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 28, 1885. Bank clerk. 
William Denton Pollock, Richmond Hill, L. I., N. Y. 

Bora at Brooklyn, N. Y., June 29, 1884. 
Frank Sanford Stimson, Linden, N. J. 

Born at Linden, N. J., Oct. 19, 1887. Farmer. 
Andrew Edward Sweeney, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Trenton, N. J., July 23, 1886. At Rutgers, 1903. Dep- 
uty Tax Collector. 

♦Nicholas Vreeland, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., June 18, 1884. At Rutgers, 1903-04. 
Lawyer. Died, Mch. 29, 1914. 

Russell Ellsworth Watson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 8, 1885. At Rutgers three 

years. Lawyer. Asst. Prosecutor, Middlesex County, 1910-12. 

Mayor, Highland Park, N. J., 1916- . LL.B. (N. Y. Law 

School, 1907). 
Carl Wilcox Wilmurt, New Brunswick, N. J 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Feb. 13, 1886. With MIchclin 

Tire Co. 



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263 



1908. 
A.B. 

Stockton Cbanmer, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Bom at Astoria, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1887. Bond broker. 
Pjiilip Lindsley Dodd, Managua, Nicaragua. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., Apr. 22, 1885. Assistant, Library of 

Congress. 

TiiEODOBE Amebman Hagemax, Feura Bush, N. Y. 

Born at Cuddebackville, N. Y., Jan. 10, 1886. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. X. B. Sem., 1908-10. 

George Conde Lawsing, New York City. 

Born at Glen, N. Y., Dec. 30, 1884. Surgeon. M.D. (Columbia, 
1912). 

William Nash MacNeill, New Hyde Park, N. Y. 

Born at Crieff, Scotland, Mch. 31, 1885. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem;, 1911. A.M. (Rutgers, 1911). 

Ripley Watson, * Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Mch. 15, 1886. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. 
Y. I>aw School, 1910). A.M. (Rutgers. 1911). 



MOBBIS Hedden, 

Born at Newark, N. J., June 30, 1887. 
Alfred Joyce Kilmeb, 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 6, 1886, 

1904-06. A.B. (Columbia, 1908). Author. 

"The Churchman," 1912-13. On staff New 

1913- . 

Edwabd Howabd Lawson, 

Born at Washington, D. C, Sept. 21, 1887. At 
07. Teacher. Editor. Law student. A.B. ( 
1908). Washington Normal School, 1909. 

William IIenby McCobmick, Jb., 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., Oct. 10, 1885. 

WiLLiA]^! Valentine Thomas, 

Born in N^w York City, July 21, 1879. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 

New York City. 
At Rutgers, 
Poet. Editor, 
York Times, . 

Eckington, D. C. 
Rutgers, 1904- 
Howard Univ., 

Perth Amboy, N. J. 
New York City. 



Litt.B. 

Habby Fbank Bbeweb, 

Born at Portland, Me., May 2, 1886. Lawyer. 
Law School, 1910). A.M. (Rutgers, 1911). 

Chables Thiebs Thompson, 



Elizabeth, N. J. 
LL.B. (N. Y. 



Kansas City, Mo. 



Born at Tinton Falls, N. J., Apr. 21, 1887. Chemist. 



Attbelitjs Milfobd Tbacy, Jb., 

Born at Middletown, Conn.. Mch. 31, 1886. 
years. District sales manager. 



St. Louis, Mo. 
At Rutgers two 



B.Sc. 

♦Will Wiseman Bebdan, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Paterson. N. J., Aug. 9, 1886. With Dilliston Lumber 
Co. Died. Feb. 23. 1914. 

CuNNiNGSTON Dbysdale Black, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Milford, l*a.. May 15, 1881. Agriculturist. 



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Eugene Suydam Bbokaw, Ossining, N. Y. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., Sept. 17, 1883. Teacher. 
Charles Bloomfield Cabman, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Menlo Park, N. J., 1885. Civil engineer. C.E. 
Warren Livingston Du Bois, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Porn at Freehold, N. J., Nov. 13. 1887. Draughtsman. Mass. 

Institute of Technology, 1909. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1911). 
Charles Elliot, Scotch Plains, N. J. 

Born at New Market, N. J., Dec. 20, 1883. Surveyor. 
Harry Samuel Feller, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Nisbotko, Russia, Nov. 1, 1885. Teacher, Mathematics, 

N. B. High School. 1908- . 
Douglas Judson Fisher, Sayreville, N. J. 

Born at Sayreville, Aug. 17, 1886. Ceramic chemist. 
Alvin Bartholdi Fox, Perth Amboy. N. J. 

Born at Perth Aml)oy, N. J.. Oct. 29. 1886. Civil engineer. 

County engineer, Middlesex County, 1912- . C.E. (Rutgers, 

1912). 

Howard Somerville Gies, * Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 25, 1885. Building contractor. 
Morris James Gluck, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 21, 1885. Cooperage. 
Max J. Hemmer, Jr., Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Oct. 6, 1882. Commercial salesman. 
Thornton Mills Hopler, San Mateo, Cal. 

Born at Flanders, N. J.. July 13, 1886. Ceramic chemi.st. 
Harold Frederick Hovey, Port Deposit, Md. 

Born at Lyons, N. Y.. Aug.' 6, 1885. Teacher. 
Harris Allison Jamison, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at English town, N. J., Dec. 2, 1884. Teacher. 
Elmer Williamson Kent, Passaic, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. .L, July 27, 1886. Electrical en- 
gineer. 
Harry Levenson, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born in Russia, .Tan. 27, 1886. Chemist. 
Robert Allen Lufburrow, Highland, Park, N. J. 

Bom at Atlantic Highlands. N. .T., Dec. 3, 1886. Contractor 

and real estate operator. C.E, (Rutgers, 1913). 

Alfred John Mahnken, Weehawken, N. J. 

Born at Fnion. N. J.. Dec. 2. 1888. Architectural, consulting 
and structural engineer. C.E. (Rutgers, 1912). 

Clifford Lea Mason, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Born at Trenton. N. J., Dec. 1, 1887. Electrical engineer. 
Bergen Stelle Merrill, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Stelton. N. J., Sept. 6, 1886. Structural engineer. 

(\E. (Rutffors, 1913). 

John William Moffett, New York City. 

Born at Fords. N. J., Oct. 17, 1887. Civil engineer. C.E. 

(Rutgers, 1913). 
Irving Lovejoy Owen, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Wyoming. N. Y., May 28. 1882. Supt. Middlesex 

County Farm Demonstration. N. J. Experiment Station. 
Clarence Louis Pfersch, Detroit, Mich. 

Born in New York City, May 14, 1886. Chemist. 
Richard Coxe Rice. New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Now Brunswick, N. J., 1886. Broker. 



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Daniel Safford, New York City. 

Born in New York City. Anr. 2, 1887. Secretary. M Sc. 
(Rutsrers. 1910). LL.B. (N. Y. Law School. 1910). 

William Personet Seddon, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Au^. 12, 1886. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. 
Y. Law School, 1911). 

Harold Richard Segoine. Highland Park, N. J. 

Born at Point Pleasant, N. J., Oct. 14. 1887. Engineering and 
contracting. 

James Herbert Smith, ^ Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 11, 1884 Railway postal 
clerk. 

Martin Somers Steelman, Hartford, Conn. 

Born at Mays Landing, N. J. Civil engineer. 
Arthur Cunningham Swift, Red Bank, N. J. 

Bom in Brooklyn. N. Y., Mav 15. 1883. Civil engineering, U. 

S. Engineer Corns. N. Y. C.E. (Rutgers, 1911). 
Charles Maxwell Warner, Jr., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Memphis, Tenn., May 21. 1889. Miner. Met.E. 
Howard Irving Wheat, Rutherford, N. J. 

Born at Madison. N. .7.. Mav 28. 1884. Assistant superintendent, 

Chestnut Ridge White Brick Co. 
Clarence Alexander Wilbur, Frankfort, N. Y. 

Born at Catskill. N. Y., Oct. 4, 1883. Leveler, N. Y. State 

Dept. of Engineering. 



Edwin Lewis Baier, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. .T.. June 23, 1886. Cashier for 
Armour & Co. at New Brunswick, N. J. 

Thomas Stanley Benstead. Arlington, N. J. 

Born at Arlington, N. J.. May 25, 1887. Teacher. 
Clarence Arminger Bingham, Norwood, Mass. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. .7., Sept. 20, 1885. At Rutgers, 1904-05. 

City manager, 1915- . 
*Henry K. Blanchard, Newton, N. J. 

Born at Newton. N. .7., .7uly 13, 1886. At Rutgers, 1904-05. 

Died. Sept. 16, 1^05. 
Frank Taintor Corbin, Jr., Oxford, N. Y. 

Born at McDonough. N. Y., .7une 15, 1885. Manufacturing. 
Charles Burhans Fincti. Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Ivinsrston, N. Y.. May 30, 1885. At Rutgers, 1904-08. 

Civil engineer. 
Raymond McNair Gardner, Gantts Quarry, Ala. 

Born at Newark. N. J., Mch. 12, 1885. At Rutgers two years. 

Chief draughtsman. 
James Grieve, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at West Hartlepool. England, Feb. 28. 1881. 
Herbert IjANGLEY Harries, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Washington, D. C, June 9. 1885. U. S. Army. West 

Point, 1907. 
Christian Heidt, Jr., Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Dec. 6. 1886. Manufacturer. 
Nathan Kaufman. Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizal>eth. N. J.. Dec. 27. 1884. Meter expert. With 

United Electric Light and Power Co. 
Edward Benedict Ivelly, Elizabeth, N. J . 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Sept. 15, 1885. 



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Robert Austin Klein, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Born at West Valley, N. Y., June 23, 1881. 
HoKATio Seymour Lang, Jr., Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Born at Corning, N. Y., Apr. 30, 1886. Civil engineer. 
Joseph Watson Messler, Springfield, O. 

Born at Allentown, N. J., Dec. 29, 1883. At Rutgers one year. 

Subscription manager, Crowell Publishing Co. 
Otto Reiner, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., May 24, 1886. At Rutgers one year. 

Supt. Public Service Gas Co., Newark, N. J. B.S. (Purdue, 

1910). 

Schuyler Leonard Rust, • New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Bridgewater. Mass., Feb. 3, 1884. At Rutgers, 1904-06. 

Secretary and Treasurer, William Rust and Sons Co. 
Alexander Burton Shufeldt, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., June 30, 1884. 

Frank Herman Stobaeus, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 27, 1884. At Rutgers. 1904-06. 
Chemist. 

William Teitelbaum, Hoboken, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Sept. 14, 1887. 

Horace Edward Treat, Summit, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Jan. 24, 1883. At Rutgers four years. 
Sales manager. 

Abraham Urevitz, West Hoboken, N. J. 

Born at Eaisin, Russia, Dec. 10, 1886. At Rutgers one year. 

Physician. M.D. (Univ. Coll. of Med., Richmond, Va., 1910). 

Rodney Van Gilder, Petersburg, N. J. 

Born at Petersburg, N. J., Mch. 13. 1880. At Rutgers, 1904-05. 
Teacher. 

Stirling Van Winkle, Rutherford, N. J. 

Born at Rutherford, N. J., Feb. 5, 1886. Business. 
Theodore Romeyn Varick, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J„ Oct. 8, 1885. 
Rafael Serafin Vidal, Humacao, Porto Rico. 

Born at San Juan, Porto Rico, Sept. 9, 1882. At Rutgers one 

year. Municipal treasurer, 1911- . 

Harry Arthur Vosburgh, Warsaw, N. Y. 

Born at Holland, N. Y., June 9, 1882. Business. 
George Robert Wilson, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Nov. 28, 1886. Manufacturer, 

automobile tires. 
Lloyd Richard Wilson, Cleveland, O. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., Jan. 24, 1888. At Rutgers, 1904-05. 

Sales manager. 

Denys Wortman, Jr., East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Saugerties, N. Y., May 1, 1887. Artist. 
Theodore Wyman, Jr., Somerville, N, J. 

Born at Raritan, N. J., Oct. 19, 1888. Civil engineer. 



1909. 
A.B. 

Marcus Cornelius Theophilus Andreae, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City. N. J., Sept. 8, 1886. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1912. A.M. (Rutgers, 1912). 



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Samuel Arthur Devan, Bryn Mawr, Penna. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 6,' 1887. Bapt. clergyman. 
Rhodes Scholar. B.A. (Univ. Oxford. 1913). B.D. (Rochester 
Sem., 1914). 

Francis Marmaduke Potter, Vellore, India. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y.. Mch. 10, 1888. Principal, *Voorhees 

College. 1913- . Rhodes Scholar. Oxford, 1908-11. A.B. 

(Oxford, 1911). A.M. (Columbia, 1913). N. B. Sem.. 1911-13. 
James Bancroft Scott, Cambridge, Mass. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 6, 1889. Lawyer. LL.B. 

(Harvard Law School. 1915). 
Walter Cooper Sedam, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 12, 1887. Lawyer. N. Y. 

Law School, 1911. 
Luman J. Shafer, Tokyo, Japan. 

Born at Vintontown, N. Y., Nov. 21. 1887. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Missionary, Japan, 1912- . N. B. Sem., 1912. A.M. 
(Rutgers, 1912). 
Herman Vanderwart, Hackensack, N. J. 

'Born at Hackensack, N. J., Sept. 1, 1887. Lawyer. N. Y. • 
Law School, 1912. 



Horace Ebenezer Barwis, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Apr. 30, 1887. At Rutgers one and 

one-half years. Lawyer. 

George Stelle Bolsterle, New York City. 

Born at Lebanon, N. J., Sept. 13, 1876. At Rutgers, 1905^6. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1909. 

Henry Klass Pasma, Oostburg, Wis. 

Born at Oosterbierura. Netherlands, May 29, 1881. Clergyman, 

R. C. A. A.B. (Hope, 1910). 
Clarel Raymond Seelye, New York City. 

Born at Manito, 111., Oct. 8, 1885. At Rutgers, 1905-07. 

Business manager, Pathe Film Co. 
Robert Stephenson, Albuquerque, N. M. 

Born at Mt. Tabor, N. J., Aug. 9, 1887. With U. S. Forest 

Service. 
Theodore Romeyn Westervelt, Kijabe, British East Africa. 

Born at Teaneck, N. J., Aug. 18, 1880. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Missionary, Africa Inland Mission. N. B. Sem., 1910. 

William Alleno Worthington, Annville, Jackson Co., Ky. 

Born at Poplar Grove, 111., May 30, 1877. At Rutgers, 1905-06. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. Sem.. 1909. 



Litt.B. 

James Woods Babcock, New York City. 

Born at Chester, S. C, July 5, 1888. Physician. M.D. (Coll. 
P. and S., 1913). A.M. (Rutgers, 1915). 

Frederick Locke Bascom, East Millstone, N. J. 

Born at Sergeantsville, N. J., July 18, 1887. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1910). 

Austin Slatjson Basten, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Bayonne, N. J., Jan. 27, 1887. Office manager. 
Charles Eli Corbin, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at McDonough, N. Y., Apr. 22, 1887. Lawyer. LL.B. 

(N. y. Law School, 1911). 



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1909. 



George Wilmot Hart, Naugatuck, Conn. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 27, 1887. Rubber Chemist. 
M.A. (Columbia, 1912). 

VooRHEES Kline, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., June 23, 1887. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. 
Y. Law School). 

♦Maurice Jasper O'Leary, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1886. M.A. (St. Francis 
Xavier). Teacher. Supt. Schools, Folsom, N. M. Died, Apr. 
26, 1914. 

Archibald Taylor, Longmont, Col. 

BoTn in New York City, Aug. 4, 1887. Teacher. 



George Forbes Fitch, Astoria, N. Y. 

Born at Astoria, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1888. With N. Y.. N. H. & H. 
R. R. 
WiLBER Thomas Gowen, North Bergen, N. J. 

Born at North Bergen, N. J., Aug. 23, 1886. At Rutgers two 
years. Business. 



B.Sc. 

Edwin Conrad Alford, Springfield, N. J. 

Born In Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1887. 

Robert Goldsmith Allen, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Red Bank, N. J., Nov. 30, 1884. With New York Tele- 
phone Co. 

Theodore Frelinghuysen Appleby, Riverside, CaL 

Born at Old Bridge, N. J., Oct. 17, 1886. 
Raymond Leslie Baldwin, ' South Columbia, N. Y. 

Born at Caldwell, N. J., Aug. 31, 1883. Foreman of creamery. 
Myron Hamilton Beekman, East Orange, N. J. 

BoTn at Columbia, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1886. Sales engineer. 
Allen Dale Cloke, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., June 3, 1886. Civil engineer. 
Samuel S. Demarest, Bergenfield, N. J. 

Born at Bergenfield, N. J., June 2, 1886. District Manager 

Vacuum Oil Co. 

Herbert Bennett Fenn, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Winterthus, Del., Not. 16, 1882. Instructor in Me- 
chanical and Electrical Engineering. 

Herbert Greenewald, Moorestown, N. J. 

Born at Moorestown, N. J., Aug. 14, 1881. Teacher. 
Ernest Freeman Hawley, Penns Grove, N. J. 

Born at Washington, D. C, Oct. 18. 1884. Supervisor with 

the E. I. Du Pont De Mouirs Powder Co. 

David Louis Hendler, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Russia, Nov. 18, 1888. Civil engineer. 

John Whilldin Janvier, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Bridgeton, N. J., Jan. 31, 1887. With General Elec- 
tric Co. 

Hans Max Kaletsch, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., Feb. 6, 1888. Chemist. 
Benjamin Marshall Miller, Dunellen, N. J. 

Born at Oxford, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1884. Clerk. 



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Fbank Ambbose Mobbison, Ridgefield Park, N. J. 

Bom at Ridgefield Park, N. J., Jan. 30,' 1889. Lawyer. LL.B. 

(N. Y. Law School, 1911). 
Geobge Washington Mulhekon, .Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Trentcm, N. J., June 2, 1886. With Dexter Portland 

Cement Co. 
Julius Joshua Newmabk, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born in Russia, Feb. 9, 1887. Civil engineer. 
Abthub Douglas Pbingle, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1886. Civil engineer. 
William Raymond Ransom, • ilahway, N. J. 

Bom at Rahway, N. J., Aug. 30, 1886. Civil engineer, Penn. 

R. R. 
Fbedebick Fosteb Read, Arlington, N. J. 

Bom at Arlington. N. J., Dec, 30, 1886. Civil engineer. 
Ralph Fbank Ritteb, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Feb. 17, 1888. Automobile accessories. 
Clayton Sidney Smith, Chicago, IlL 

Born at Newark, N. J., Apr. 23, 1887. Instructor in Biological 

Chemistry, Coll. Med., Univ. 111. Writer on Biological Chem- 
istry. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1912). Ph.D. (Columbia. 1913) 
Rhea Gobdon Smith, St. Louis, Mo. 

Bom at Keyport, N. J., Mch. 17, 1887. Chemist. 
FOBD C. SOMMEBS, Cobleskill, N. Y. 

porn at Seward, N. Y., June 25, 1884. 
Zachabya Hibsch Sbageb, Newark, DeL 

Bom at Plainfield, N. J., Mch. 8, 1886. Asst. Prof. Mechanical 

and Electrical Engineering, 1911- . 

Randolph Fbedebick Steinke, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Ma-y 1, 1886. 
♦FiTZ Gebald Tisdall, Jb., Newark, N^ J. 

Born in Texas, June 17, 1889. Electrical engineer. Died, Apr. 
18. 1915. 

William Lloyd VanKeuben, North Bergen, N. J. 

Bom at North Bergen, N. J., Dec. 3, 1887. Experimental en- 
gineering. 

RusHWOBTH BuBTON Van Sickle, Hartford, Conn. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 3, 1887. Sales engineer of 
building material. 

William Henby Wallace, Camp Hill, Pa. 

Born at Moorestown, N. J., Aug. 25. 1887. Engineer. 
Raymond Benjamin Walling, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Port Monmouth, N. J., Apr. 12, 1887. 
John Michael Wenneis, ' St. Louis, Mo. 

Bom in New York City, June 15, 1888. Chemical engineer. 



John St. Vincent Habman-Ashley, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Bom at Jersey City, N. J., Oct. 20, 1885. At Rutgers, 1905-07. 
Advertising. 

Geobge Lee Bubton, South River, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 10, 1888. Lawyer. 
Robebt Henby Conoveb, Freehold, N. J. 

Bora at Englishtown, N. J., Mch. 24, 1886. At Rutgers one 

year. Osteopathic physician. American School of Osteopathy, 

KirksvilLe, Mo., 1909. 



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Thomas Joseph Cusack, Jr., Chicago, IlL 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Apr. 7, 1883. With American 
Radiator Co. 

Howard Kirkbbide Dilts, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J.. Mch. 10, 1883. At Rutgers, 1905-08. 
Principal Somerville High School, 1915- . A.B. (Clark Col- 
lege, 1909). . 

Eugene Victor Rawel Dtjlje, ' Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Newaik, N. J., July 22, 1885. 
Harry Dunn Green, Salem, N. J. 

Born at Salem, N. J., Oct. 11, 1887. At Rutgers four years. 
Raymond Lewis Greene, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at South Amboy, N. J., Apr. 10, 1888. At Rutgers one 

and one-half years. Asst. Supt., Brooklyn Union Gas Co. 

Henry George Kreis, Taber, Alta, Canada. 

Bom at Tumerville, Conn., Apr. 16, 1883. 
Clifford Hampton Lawrence, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Born at Bloomfield, N. J., Aug. 17, 1886. 
Eldon Leon Loblein, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bora at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 13, 1888. At Rutgers two 

years. Veterinarian. Member, Assembly, N. J.. 1915-16. 

V.M.D. (Univ. Penn., 1910). 

Leigh Lundy, Westerleigh, S. I^ 

Born at Johnsonburg, N. J., Nov. 24, 1889. In the slate busi- 
ness. 

Joseph Thompson McDermott, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., June 6, 1886. At Rutgers two and 
o^e-half years. Advertising agent. 

William Joseph McFadden, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at New Bmnswlck. N. J., July 2. 1887. At Rutgers, 1905- 
06. Lawyer. LL.B. (New Jersey Law School, 1910). 

Eugene John McKenna, Jersey City, N. J. 

Bom at West Hoboken, N. J., Aug. 28, 1884. 
Luther Harned Martin, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 2. 1889. At Rutgers, 1905-08. 

Registrar and Secretary of Faculty, Rutgers College, 1915- . 
Asa Suydam Merrill, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Flemington, N. J., May 9, 1886. At Rutgers, 1905-06. 

Teacher. Ph.D. (Yale, 1910). 

George Washington Mingus, Rahway, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 17, 1884. With Western Union 
Tel. Co. 

Charles Inslee Mohair, Long Branch, N. J. 

Born at Newton, N. J., Sept. 16, 1887. B.S. (Union, 1911). 
Teacher. 

Robert Nutt, ♦ Astoria, L. I. 

Bom in Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 31, 1886. At Rutgers three 
years. Salesman. 

Arthur Amos Pearce, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., July 8, 1886. 
Thomas Frank Phinny, Oil City, Pa. 

Born at Oil City, Pa., July 31, 1886. 
Halsey Edmund Ramsen, Baltimore, Md. 

Born at Newark. N. J., Dec. 22, 1885. At Rutgers, 1905-08. 

A.B. (Miami, 1910). Salesman. 

Walter Henry Rugen, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook. N. J., Nov. 17, 1887. At Rutgers, two 
and one-half yeare. With contracting firm. 



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John Vincent Sckenck, 

Bom at Claverack, Pa., Sept. 23, 1887 
Edward Reily Schneider, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 

ness. 
Morgan Gray Smith, 

Born at Catskill, N. Y., May 26, 1884. 
Samuel Royce Taverner, 

Bom at Leisemlng, Pa., 0€t 6, 1883. 

one-half years. Civil engineer. 

Harold Doremus Tompkins, 

Bom at Jersey City. N. J., Feb. 17, 
year. Ekigineer. M.E. (Cornell, 1910), 

Samuel Bell Vrooman, Jr., 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 23, 
years. Lumber business. 



Easton, Pa. 
Automobile salesman. 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
17, 1884. Stationery busi- 

Catskill, N. Y. 

Plainfield, N. J. 
At Rutgers four and 

Jersey City, N. J. 
1888. At Rutgers one 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
1887. At Rutgers two 



1910. 
A.B. 

Alexander Millspaugh Conger, New Hackensack, N. Y. 

Born at Union Church, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1887. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. Princeton Sem.. 1913. A.M. (Princeton, 1913). B.D. 

(Princeton Sem., 1913). 
Peter De Meester, • Ghent, N. Y. 

Born in Holland, June 3, 1883. Clergyman, R. C. A. N. B. 

Sem., 1913. 
Jesse Fitzgerald Durfee, , Hurley, N. Y. 

Born at Central Bridge, N. Y., Mch. 16, 1886. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. N. B. Sem., 1913. A.M. (Rutgers, 1913). 
George M. Green, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Bom at Nyack, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1884. Principal of High School, 

1910- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1913). 
Andrew Hansen, Millstone, N. J. 

Born at Hempstead, L. I., Aug. 8, 1882. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1913. A.M. (Rutgers, 1913). 
Charles Chauncey Hommann, Jr., New York City. 

Bom at Perth Amboy, N. J., Apr. 17, 1887. Advertising rep- 
resentative. Collier's Weekly. 

Frank Edgar Mason, El Paso, Texas. 

Born at Greeneville. Tenn., July 14, 1890. Presb. clergyman. 
Princeton Sem., 1913. A.M. (Princeton, 1912). 

Russell Foote Stryker, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J.. Oct. 22, 1889. Teacher. A.M. 
(Columbia, 1913). 



John Britton Black, Bogota, N. J. 
Born at Knox, Pa., Mch. 10, 1883. At Rutgers, 1906-07. En- 
gineer. 

♦William Alexander De Meester, Paterson, N. J. 

Bom in Netherlands, Apr. 17, 1881. At Rutgers, 1906-08. 
Died, July 13, 1909. 

Jacob Wallach, New York City. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Dec. 30, 1887. Univ. Cincinnati. 



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BUTGEBS COLLEGE. 



1010. 



Litt.B. 



Will Gillespie Atwood, 



Korn at Kirkwood, N. Y., May 26, 1888. 
of Schools. 



Netcong, N. 
Supervising Principal 



David Fleming Coleman, Tottenville, N. 

Born at Tottenville, N. Y., Apr. 16, 1889. Teacher, High 
School of Commerce, New York City. 

Mabvin Ketch am Du Bois, 

Born at Tennent, N. J., Sept. 9, 1889. At Mass. 
1911-12. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1911). 

William Wilson Faussett, 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Oct. 25, 1887. Salesman. 
Clarence Whitakeb Green, 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 14, 1885. 

Clarence Searle Ketcham, 

Born at Newburgh, N. Y. 
serve Corps, U. S. At my. 
(Rutgers, 1913). 

Henry Rice Powell, 

Born at Bridgeton, N. J., Feb. 8, 1889. 
Osteopathic P. and S., Los Angeles, Cal., 1914. 

William Abel Rogniat Russum, 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Sept. 15, 1889. Presb. 
Princeton Sem., 1913. A.M. (Princeton, 1912). 

Walter Griffin Winne, Hasbrouck Heights, N. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1889. Lawyer. Member, 
Assembly, N. J., 1916. LL.B. (N. Y. Law School, 1912). 



J. 



Y. 



Aug. 27, 
M.D. (J 



Freehold, N. J. 
Inst. Tech., 

Atlanta, Ga. 

New York City. 
Merchant. Exporter. 

Washington, D. C 

iut. Med. Re- 
ohns Hopkins, 1914). A.M. 

Vineland, N. J. 
Physician. College of 

Elizabeth, N. J. 
clergyman. 



Henry Payson Pitcher,' Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Hudson, N. Y., June 23, 1887. At Rutgers. 1906-10. 

♦Raymond Leslie Schenck, Neshanic, N. J. 

Born at Neshanic. N. J., Mch. 19, 1888. Died in his Junior 
year, Nov. 0, 1908. 



B.Sc. 

Frank Iverson Bowler, Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Born at Newport. R. L, Oct. 14, 1887. Asst. to Chief En- 
gineer, Adirondaclc Electric Power Corporation. 

Charles William Butler, New York City. 

Born at Roxbury. Mass., July 12, 1888. Civil engineer in Regis- 
ter's office, N. Y. City. 

W^iLLARD Trotter Case, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Schenectady, N. Y., May 9, 1886. Sales office manager. 
Hyman Nathan Coplan, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 6, 1889. Stationery business. 



Tunis Denise, 

Born at Freehold, N. J.. Nov. 27, 1889. 
William Budington Duryee, Jr., 

Born at Freehold, N. J., May 12, 1888. 

strator. 
Kenneth Sherman Franklin, 

Born at Middleville, N. Y., Dec. 9, 1885. 
William Powell Garrison, 

Born at Roadstown, N. J., Apr. 7, 1888. 

Guarantee and Trust Co. 



Chicago, 111. 
Agronomist. 

Freehold, N. J. 
County farm demon- 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Civil engineer. 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
With Middlesex Title 



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Morgan Hand, Jr., Ocean City, N. J. 

Born at Cape May Court House. N. J., June 22, 1887. Civil 
engineer. City engineer, 1915- . 

l^noMAS Laugiilin Hanson, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., Oct. 1, 1888. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(N. Y. Law School, 1915). 

Julius Ferdinand Jahn, Linden, N. J. 

Born at Linden, N. J., Dec. 1.3, 1890. Fire protection engineer. 
P]DWIN Thomas Leslie, Newark, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., June 1, 1888. Civil engineer. 
Arthur Thomas McMichael, South Amboy, N. J. 

Born at Jenkintown, Pa., Nov. 17, 1884. Civil engineer. 
Ernest Cutter Moffett, Woodbridge, N. J. 

Born at Fords. N. J., Nov. 17. 1888. Chemist. 
Arthur Boyle Murphy, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Alliany, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1886. Civil engineer. C.E. 

(Rutgers, 191«). 
Herbert William Nafey, Highland Park, N. J. 

Born at Highland I'ark, N. J., Apr. 25, 1887. Physician. M.D. 

(Univ. Penn., 1914). 
Sydney Philip Noe, New York City. 

Born at Woodbridge, N. J., Apr. 4, 1885. Librarian, American 

Numismatic Society, 1915- . A.M. (Rutgers. 19l:i). 
Rai^h Nevius Perlee, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., June 19, 1887. Sales manager. 
Louis Powers, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Civil engineer. C.E. 
Robert Ernest Rugen, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., Sept. 15, 1889. Asst. Manager, 

Welfare Dept., (ieneral Electric Co. 
James Claude Thomson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Spralcers, N. Y., Apr. 18, 1889. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 

1911). N. B. Sem., 1915. B.D. (Kutge^s. 1916). 
Edwin Stone Tozier, Silver Springs, N. Y. 

Born at Johnsonburg, N. Y^, Oct. 13, 1884. Supt. Silver 

Springs Water and Light Plant. 
♦Augustus Blanchard Van Mater, Pittsburg, Penn. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1888. With W^estinghouse 

Electric Co. Died. Dec. 1, 1910. 
Frank Hasbrouck Van Winkle, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersev City, N. J., Dec. 7, 1889. Engineer. Prince- 
ton (iraduate School, 1910-11. E.Kr (Rutgers, 1914). 
Nathaniel Cain Wyckoff, Hoboken, N. J. 

Born at Millstone, N. J.. July 11, 1886. Draughtsman. 
♦Charles James Manley Yates; New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 10, 1889. With American 

Bridge Co., Trenton, N. J., one year. Died, Feb. 24, 1912. 



Henry Orville Beebe, Cutchogue, N. Y. 

Born at Cutchogue, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1889.* 
Louis Paxson Booz, Jr., Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., July 27, 1888. , 
Earl Croul Bradbeer. Detroit, Mich. 

In class of 1907, Union. 
John Stewart Buzby, Edge water Park, N. J. 

Born at Moorestown, N. J., Dec. 2, 1886. 

18 



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IlENRY Randall Cox, West Bethlehem, Pa. 

Born at Herkimer, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1887. Foreman, Bethlehem 
Steel Co. C.E. (Lehigh Univ., 1913). 

Warren Benson Dygert, Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Born at Jersey City. N. J., May 5, 1888. At Rutgers, 1906-08. 
Civil engineer. C.E. (Univ. Pittsburgh, 1910). 

Eugene Warren Fales, Washington, D. C. 

Born at La Salle, N. Y.. Sept. 16, 1887. At Rutgers, 1906-09. 
2d Lieutenant, 24th U. S. Infantry. 

LeRoy Webster Farley, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Aug. 30, 1887. At Rutgers one year. 

Dentist. D.D.S. (Univ. Penn.. 1912). 
Herman Feller, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Russia, 1889. 
Charles Willlam Germann, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Born at Millington, N. J., Aug. 28, 1885. At Rutgers two years. 

Boys' Work Secretary, Y. M. C. A. 
Rexford Mason Gij^spey, Greenwich, N. J. 

Born at Greenwich, N. .T., Nov. 9, 1889. 
William Henry Haelig, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., May 13. 1890. At Rutgers, 

1906-09. Merchant 

Lawrence David Halpin, Warsaw, N. Y. 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1887. 
HoBART Bishop HankiNs, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Pemberton. N. J., July 15, 1887. At Rutgers, 1906-07. 

Editor and advertising manager. 
Benjamin Edward Herrmann, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Plainfield. N. J., Mch 17, 1888. 
Dorset William Hyde, Jr., New York City. 

Glenn Grover Maxon, Attica, N. Y. 

Born at Attica, N. Y., Oct. 2. 1886. B.S. (Syracuse, 1911). 
Ray Chidester Menagh, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., July 27, 1889. Merchant. 
William Corlies Patterson, Freehold, N. J. 

Born at Ardena, N. J , Feb. 10, 1889. 
Burt Jesse Peffer, Bliss, N. Y. 

Born at Bliss, N. Y., June 28, 1886. At Rutgers two years. 

Live stock and produce dealer. 
♦Wendell Prime Reid, Freehold, N. J. 

Born at Sweetman. N. .T Oct. 27, 1887. Drowned at the Col- 
lego Farm, June 24, 1907. 
James Edward Rowland, Long Branch, N. J. 

Born at Long Branch, N. J., Aug. 13, 1888. Princeton, 1908-10. 
George Henry Schedler, Brooklyn, N; Y. 

Bom at Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1884. 
♦Willard Earle Schenck, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at West Ghent, N. Y., June 25, 1887. Cashier, "Robert 

Fulton," Albany Day Line. Died, Feb. 3, 1913. 

Gilbert Edward Seil, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Jordan Homer Stover, Nutley, N. J. 

Born at Trenton. N. J.. June 4, 1888. At Rutgers, 1905-07, 

1908-09. Chemical engineer. Princeton Univ., 1909-10. 
Ray Brown Thomas, Enosburg Falls, Vt. 

Born in Berkshire, Vt., Apr. 11, 1884. Physician. M.D. (I'niv. 

Vermont, 1910). 



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275 



1911. 
A.B. 



William Voigt Beckeb, 

Born at Newark, N. J 
Mosquito Commission. 

Vincent James Oasale, 



Jan. 28, 1891. 



Newark, N. J. 
With Essex County 



Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Paterson, N. J., Oct. 1, 1888. Lawyer. LL.B. (Har- 
vard, 1914). 

Edwin Stanley Chedisier, Thompson Ridge, N. i'. 

Born at Rockaway, N. J., June 16, 1889. Presb. clergyman. 
Princeton Sem., 1916. 

Ebnest Theodore Dewald, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 18, 1891. A.M. (Prince- 
ton, 1914). Ph.D. (Princeton, 1916). Fellow, Princeton Grad- 
uate College. 

DuMoNT Frelinghtjysen Elmendoef, Baltimore, Md. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 7, 1890. A.M. (Rutgers, 
1915). M.D. (Johns Hopkins, 1915). 

John DeLancey Ferguson, Tiffin, Ohio. 

Bom at Scottsville, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1888. Asst. Prof. English, 
Heidelberg Univ. A.M. (Rutgers, 1912). Ph.D. (Columbia, 
1916). 



Henry Delevan Frost, 



Accord, N. Y. 



Bom at Dairyland, N. Y., June 4, 1884. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1914. 



Delanson, N. Y. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Gardiner, N. Y. 



Allen Francis Marcley, 

Born at Mariaville. N. Y., July 19, 1881. 
Western Sem., 1914. 

John Neander, 

Bora in Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 19, 1880. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1914. 

Theodore Niver Pockman, New York City. 

Born at East Green bush, N. Y., Sept. 2. 1890. Newspaper 
writer. A.M. (Rutgers, 1914). Litt.B. (Columbia, 1914). 

Ferdinand Schureman Schenck, Jr., New York City. 

Bora at Montgomery, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1889. Advertisement 
writer. 

Louis Bevier VanDyck, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Born at Buffalo, N. Y., Mch. 13, 1889. Accountant. 
♦Leonard Kip Van Dyck, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1890. M.D. (Albany Med. 
Coll., 1915). Physician, St. John's Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Died, Dec. 30, 1915. 

Tracy Stebbins Voorheks, Shatter, Kern Co., Cal. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 30, 1890. Ranching. 
Lawyer. LL.B. (Columbia, 1914). A.M. (Rutgers, 1914). 



Edward Everett Dissell, 

Born at Canton, Ohio, Mch. 1, 1889. 
Newton Hayes Fessenden, 

Born at Candor, N. Y., Mch. 4, 1889. 

Lawyer. LL.B. (Albany Law School).. 

William Buckley Murray, Jr., 

Born at Scranton, Pa., Dec. 9, 1889. 
With Munson Steamship Line. 



West Hartford, Conn. 

Kingston, N. Y. 
At Rutgers one year. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
At Rutgers, 1908-09. 



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GEOBtiE Walter Stout, Hollywood, Cal. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Mch. 9, 1890. At Rutgers, 

1908-10. Manager, Keystone Film Co. 

Lucius Douglas Tompkins, Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Born at Harlingen, N. J., May 13, 1889. A.B. (Yale). 

Alexander Beggs Wilkie, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Bethlehem, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1887. Student, Univ. N. Y. 



Litt.B. 

William Chauncey Hawveb, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Claverack, X. Y., Apr. 5, 1888. Law student. 
William Henry MacDonald, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Dayton, N. J., Nov. 27, 1888. Health Inspector, 

1912- . 

Louis Raymond Reid, New York City. 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1887. Journalist. 
George S afford, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Apr. 18, 1889. Bond salesman. 

(iEOrge Mltnson Sangster, Jr., Rutherford. N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. G, 188«. Advertising and 

editorial repr( sentative. 

Hiram Steelman, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Born at Ocean City, N. J., Dec. 14, 1887. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(Yale, 1914). 



Edwin Seymour Oldis, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Apr. 18, 188."). At Rutgers three 
years. Lawyer. 

Jacob Spitzer, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Dec. 23, 1890. 



B.Sc. 

George Howard Baldwin, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Nov. 14, 1889. Salesman. 
Jesse Harold Beekman, Englewood, N. J. 

Born at Sayreville. N. J., Sept. 17, 1889. Supervisor. Physical 

Education, Englewood I*ublic Schools 

IL\ROLD Silas Best, Aldershot, Canada. 

Born at South Framingham. Mass., Nov. 10, 1888. With Na- 
tional Fireprooflng Co. of*Canada. 

Herman Clark Brewster, Cornwall, N. Y. 

Born at Cornwall, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1888. Traveling. 

Alan El win Burns, Irvington, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., July 12, 1890. Engineer. 

Malcolm Langstrotii Carl, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Born at Bloomfield, N. J., June 2, 1889. Wholesale coal business. 

RoscoE William DeBaun, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Caldwell, N. J., Dec. 16, 1887. Extension specialist in 

market gardening. 

WiLLARD CoNKLiN DuRiiAM, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 10, 1889. Rubber industry. 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1915). 



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Wallace Todd Eakins, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Paterson. N. J., Dec. 11. 1889. Sanitary inspector. 
M.Sc. (Rutejers. 1913). 

Scott Miller Fell, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Oct. 10, 1887. Insurance broker. 
Joseph Robert Forsyth, Dover, N. J. 

Born at Hoboken, N. J.. Nov. 23, 1887. Civil engineer. 
Clarence Edward Fulton, Tarentum, Penn. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 22. 1889. Ceramic 

chemist. 

Ferdinand Wead Haasis. Jenkins, Ky. 

Born in Brooklyn. N. Y., ,Tan. 25, 1889. Forester. M.F. 
(Yale. 1913). 

Ralph IIeidingsfeld, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. ,1.. May 5. 1890. Instructor in 

Chemistry. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1914). 

Roy Ormonde Henszey, Oconomowoe, Wis. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Mav 20, 1887. Chief engineer and 
architect. C.E. (Rutgers, 1914). 

John LeRoy Herber. Watertown, N. Y. 

Born at Feura Bush, N. Y., Nov. 2. 1887. Civil engineer. 

Asst. engineer. N. Y. State Highway Dept., 1914- . C.E. 
(Rutgers, 1915). 

Augustus Hunt, Minot, N. D. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Mch. 27. 1888. Asst. city engineer. 
Charles Edward Jacquart, South River, N. J. 

Born at Matawan, N. J., Oct. 7, 1889. Ceramic chemist. 

George Edward Jones, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in New York City, June 17, 1889. President, Jonlee 
Paint and Varnish Co. 

Charles Morris Keebler, Jr., Glassboro, N. J. 

Born at (ilassboro, N. J., Jan. 20, 1891. Manager of Gas Co. 
Henry Kreh, Jr., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., May 3, 1890. 
Harold David Leslie, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newton Centre. Mass., Aug. 26, 1889. Advertising. 
Walter Burroughs McDougall, Pleasantville, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y.. Aug. 1, 1890. Teacher. 
Andrew Ten Eyck Manley, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J.. Oct. 30, 1888. Engineering Dept. 

Guerber Engineering Co., Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J. 
Samuel Maximilian Nelson, Pequaming, Mich. 

Born at Highland Park, N\ J., May 13, 1889. Post-graduate 

student. Sociology, Univ. Wisconsin. 

Warren Wilcox Oley, Bridgeton, N. J. 

Born at Dunellen, N. J., Apr. 12, 1889. County farm demon- 
strator. 

DORRANCE Wilson Palmer, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom in Brooklyn, N. Y.. June 15, 1889. Civil engineer. 

Raymond Sears Patterson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City. N. J., May 4. 1890. Chief Inspector, 
Middlesex and Monmouth County Mosquito Commission. 

Willis Earl Rochford, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Watervliet, N. Y., Aug. 4, 1889. Civil engineer. 

John Roderick Sexton, Youngstown, O 

Born at T^ong Branch. N. J., Jan. 18. 1889. Assistant engineer, 
Erie U. R. C.E. (Rutgers, 1915). 



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Harold Sillcox, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Bristol, Pa., May 20, 1886. Civil engineer, Penn. 
R. R. 

Fredebick Martin Smith, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at South Bound Brook, N. J., July 28, 1889. Supt. of 
distribution, Public Service Gas Co. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1914). 

Howard Anthony Smith, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Oct. 23, 1888. Civil engineer. 

Clarkson Provost Stelle, Milltown, N. J. 

Born at Milltown, N. J., Mch. 31, 1891. Engineer and con- 
tractor. Vice President, Utility Construction Co., 1915- 

Earle Cook Stuxwell, Freehold, N. J. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., July 12, 1890. Instructor in Agricul- 
ture. 

Lloyd Mervin VanNess. Caldwell, N. J. 

Born at Caldwell, N. J., June 28, 1889. Banking. 

John Haring Voorheeb, Mendham, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 27, 1889. Farmer. 



Lester Douglas Baldwin, n Caldwell, N. J. 

Born at Orange, N. J., Feb. 12, 1887. 
Harland Bartholomew, St. Louis, Mo. 

Born at Stoneham, Mass.. Sept. 14, 1889. At Rutgers three 

years. Expert adviser. City Plan Commission, St. Louis, Mo., 

1916- . 
Edward Clarkson Dana, Metuchen, N. J. 

Bom at Metuchen, N. J., Sept. 1, 1888. At Rutgers, 1907-09. 

Salesman. 

Carlos Philemon Day, West Hartford, Conn. 

Born at West Avon, Conn., June 4, 1889. At Rutgers, 1908-09. 
Salesman. 

♦Harold Wilson Dixon, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Highland Park. New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 27, 1891. 
At Rutgers, 1907-11. With Public Service Co. at Perth Amboy, 
N. J. Died, June 29, 1913. 

George Stanley Fisher, Norwich, N. Y. 
Born at Middletown, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1889. At Rutgers a half 
year. Clerk. 

Edward Lyell Fox, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Sept. 29, 1889. At Rutgers one year. 

Writer. Author, "Secret of the German War Office," and "Be- 
hind the Scenes in Warring Germany." 

DUANE BuRNEY FRENCH, Warsaw, N. Y. 

Born at Bennington, N. Y., Nov. 25, 1886. 
Louis Rochester Freund, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Rochester, N. Y.. Mch. 18, 1889. At Rutgers one year. 
Lawyer. LL.B. (N. J. Law School. 1910). 

Elbert Trescott Goode, New York City. 

Born at Greenville, S. C, Jan. ^1. 1888. At Rutgers three 
years. Advertising Manager, Individual Drinking Cup Co. 

Frederick Ernest Koester, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at Bradford, Penn., May 10, 1887. At Rutgers, 1907-08. 
Title insurance. 

John Kean Leeds, Oak Park, 111. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J.* Dec. 3, 1888. At Rutgers one year. 
Salesman, machinery. 

Lewis Bassett Moore, Flushing, N. Y. 

Born at Little Neck, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1886. 



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Albany, 
Rutgers one year. 

Oakhurst, 
At Rutgers two years. 

Great Kills, S. I., 



Benjamin Habbison Nichols, 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1887. At 
Sanitary inspector. 

Frank Russell Parkeb, 

Bom at Rahway, N. J., May 2, 1889. 
School principal. 

Earl Warren Presley, 

Born at Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 28, 1889. At Rutgers one year. 

Physician. M.D. (Univ. and Bellevue Med. Coll., 1912). 
Charles Russell Rogers, Ocean Grove, 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 17, 1889. At Rutgers, 1907-09. 

Lawyer. 

John Burleigh Smith, Elmer, 

Born at Elmer, N. J., Jan. 1, 1889. At Rutgers three years. 
With Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. 



William Alfred Smith, 

Born at Newburgh, N. Y.. Aug. 15, 1889. 

Draughtsman. 
Carl Wackenhuth, 

Born at Newark. N. J.. Apr. 2, 1887. 
Arthur Deady Welsh, 

Born in New York City, Nov. 3, 1889. B.S 
Arthur Groves Whyte, 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Feb. 15, 

motion pictures. 

Japhet Bishop Woolston, 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Nov. 30, 1887. At 
Field engineer. 



Newburgh, 
At Rutgers, 1907-08. 



N. Y. 
N. J. 
N. Y. 
N. J. 
N. J. 
N. Y. 



New Brunswick, 
(Notre Dame). 

West Orange, 
1887. Manufacturer of 



Newark, N. J. 
N. J. 
N. J. 



Trenton, 
Rutgers two years. 



N. J. 



1912. 
A.B. 

Harold Curtice Amos, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Springwater, N. Y., Apr. 20, 1885. Teacher, Latin, 
Newark Academy, 1913- . Special Lecturer, Spanish, Univ. 
N. Y., 1915- . A.M. (Rutgers, 1916). 

Walter Sax Bloom, Hawthorne, N. J. 

Born at Catskill, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1888. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem.. 1915. 

Alan Ditchfield Campbell, St. Louis, Mo. 

Born at New- Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 2, 1891. Instructor in 

Mathematics, Washington Univ., 1915- . M.A. (Princeton, 

1915). 
Seymour Parker Gilbert, Jr., Bloomfield, N. J. 

Born at Bloomfield, N. J., Oct. 13. 1892. lawyer. LL.B. 

(Harvard, 1915). A.M. (Rutgers, 1916). 

Valentine Britton Havens, Oxford, England. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., July 11, 1889. Rhodes Scholar, Ox- 
ford University. B.A. in Jurisprudence (Oxford, 1916). 

William Gettier Herrman, Pla infield, N. J. 

Born at Norwood, Ohio, June 13. 1890. Physician. M.D. (N. 
Y. Homoeopathic Med. Coll., 1916). A.M. (.Rutgers, 1016). 

Henry Kilmer Hotaling, Blawonburg, N. J. 

Born at Saugertles, N. Y., Noy. 28, 1889. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem., 1915. 
Jacob Press, Dorothy, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Dec. 14, 1890. 



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Vivian Clinton Ross, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 6. 1892. Lawyer. LL.B. 
(Columbia. 1915). A.M. (Rutgers, 1916). 

Ernest Weld Scudder, Norman, Okla. 

Born at Creston. Neb., Oct. 27. 1888. Geologist. 
William Rudolph Fuerchtegott Stier, New York City. 

Born at Sayreville. N. .T.. Oct. 25, 1892. Educational Director, 

y. M. C. A. Student, Union Sem., Class of 1917. 



Succasunna, N. J. 



Clifford Wilpur Buck, 

Born at Succasunna, N. .T., Jan. 14. 1891. 
♦William Van Vrajtken Mabon, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at Ilolwken, N. J.. Dec. 5. 1890. At Rutgers, 1908-09. 
With Hackensack Water Co. Drowned in reservoir, Feb. 22, 
1913. 



Lewis Chester Morrison, 

Born at Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 23. 1884 
♦Elmer Bernard Shapiro, 

Born in Russia, Oct. 30. 1891. 
at Rutgers, May 14, 1911. 

Nicholas Sikkie Sichierman, 

Born at Coonersville, Mich., Jan. 29, 1885. 

Student, N. B. Sem., 1915. 
Robert IIarmer Smith, 

Born, at Oyster Bay, N. Y.. May 31, 1891. 
Francesco Giglio Urbano, 

Born in Italy. Mch. 23, 1883. At Rutgers, 

Eplsc. clergyman, (ieneral Sem., 1914. 



Boston, Mass. 



Somerville, N. J. 
Killed by train while a student 



Coopersville, Mich. 
A.B. (Hope, 1914). 

Oyster Bay, N. Y. 



New York City. 
1909-10. Trot. 



Litt.B. 



Newark, N. J. 
Instructor. Newark 



James Kay Alverson, 

Born at Newark. N. J.. Nov. 21. 1888. 

Recreation Commission. 
Perry Hadwick Bascom, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at MIddlebush. N. J., Apr. 22, 1889. Electrical contractor. 
Fred Arthur Briegs, Perth Amboy, N. 3. 

Born at I'erth Amboy. N. J., Aug. 10, 1889. Merchant. 
Fred Montgomery Fountain. Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at Hackensack, N. J., Sept. 19, 1889. Real estate and 

insurance. 
Jacob Walter Groendyke, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Monmouth Junction. N. J.. .Tan. 2. 1891. With Ameri- 
can Tel. and Tel. Co. 
George Willard Martin, Chicago, 111. 

Born in Brooklyn. N. Y.. Oct. 27. 1880. Botanist. Graduate 

student. T'niv. Chicago. 191.')-16. M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1915). 
John Dittgen Morrison, Ridgefield Pnrk, N. J. 

Born at Ridgefield l»ark. N. J. Nov. 12. 1890. Dentist. D.D.S. 

(I'niv. Penn.. 1915). M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1915). 
MiLO Claude Moseman. Richmond Hill, L. I., N. Y. 

Fiorn at Windham. N. Y.. Nov. 18. 1887. Teacher. Tn N. Y. 

Law School three years. 
Richard Alexander Smith, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born in New York City. July 2. 1890. 
Dexter White, New York City. 

Born at Mlddle])urg. N. Y., Dec. 27. 1888. Photographer. 



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ALUMNI. 281 



Leroy Colveb Wilsey, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark. N. J., Oct. 31, 1889. Teacher. M.A. (Col- 
umbia, 1913). 

William Cabpendeb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Oct. 20, 1888. At Rutgers one 

year. Refrigerating engineer. 

William Benjamin Cook, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at High Falls. N. Y., May 4, 1884. At Rutgers two years. 

Teacher. B.S. (Columbia. 1911). 



B.Sc. 

John Abthub, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Dec, 1889. Engineer. 
George David Auciiter, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Jan. 6, 1889. Structural engineer. 
John Vail Bissett, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Milltown, N. J., Nov. 9, 1888. Student, Cornell Medi- 
cal School. 
Edwabd Francis Blatz, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth. N. J., Jan. 29, 1890. Chemical engineer. 
♦Walter Cox Bowen, Shiloh, N. J. 

Born at Shiloh, >'. J.. Nov. 17. 1886. Sanitary engineer. Died, 

May 8. 1915. 
Leonard Stott Briggs, South River, N. J. 

Born at FirthclifPe. N. Y., June 19. 1892. Ceramic engineer. 

M.Sc. (Rut.gers. 1915). 
Harold Jasper Cadmus, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Born at Bayonne, N. J. Chemist. 
Robert Stephen Cleaver, Schuylerville, N. Y. 

Born at Schuylerville, N. Y.. Mch. 17, 1891. Medical student, 

Cornell, (Mass of 1916. 
Henry Clifton Cooper, Palmyra, N. Y. 

Born at Denton, Md., Oct. 8, 1889. Ceramic engineer. 
Elbron Fisher, Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Sayreville, N. J., July 6, 1890. Civil engineer. 
Francis Clyde Fitting, Lahaska, Bucks County, Penn. 

Born at Ilammonton. N. J.. May 20, 1890. Farmer. 
Samuel Furman Foster, Bay Head, N. J. 

Born at Bay Head, N. J., Aug. 31. 1S90. Instructor. 
Russell Woodworth Gies, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Newark. N. J.. Apr. 7. 1891. Chief Inspector Fnion 

County Mosquito Commission. M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1915). 
Augustus Lemuel Gladding, Lincoln, Cal. 

Bom at Lincoln, Cal., Jan. 12. 1889. Ceramic chemist. 
Frederic Glander, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Born in New York Citv. Feb. 25, 1888. Electrical engineer. 

M.E. (Rutgers, 1916). 
Aaron Martin Hageman, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J . Aug. 17, 1890. Assistant in Chem- 
istry, Rutgers. 1913- . M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1913). Van der Poel 

Fellow in Chemistry, Rutgers, 1912-13. 
George Edward Hagemann, Philadelphia, Pa 

Born at Newark. N. J., June 9. 1887. Instructor in Mech. Kngr., 

Univ. Penn. 



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Albert Lewis Hagen, Pattenburg, N. J. 

Born at Hoboken, N. J., May 17, 1890. Farmer. 
Edwin Howe Halsted, Newton, N. J. 

Born at Passaic, N. J., Jan. 22, 1888. Farmer. 
Herbert William Heilmann, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., May 15, 1889. Civil engineer. Asst. 

County Engineer, Essex county. C.E. (Rutgers, 1915). 
Henry Victor Jacobson, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Oct. 23, 1890. Lawyer. 
Oban Keller, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J„ Jan. 2, 1891. With Smelting 

Company at Chrome, N. J. 

Ralph Jacob Kieffer, New York City. 

Born at Lake Katrine, N. Y., Sept. 28, 1890. Electrical engineer. 
E.E. (Princeton, 1914). 

Alson Carlton Llewellyn, Collingswood, N. J. 

Bom at Deerfleld St., N. J., Aug. 12, 1888. Industrial engineer. 
John Francis McGovern, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Hoboken. N. J., Apr. 14, 1889. Student, Albany Medical 

School. Class of 1917. 

John Preston Mailleb, New York City. 

Born at Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y., Sept. 25. 1890. Asst. 

Mechcnlcal Engineer. Interborough Rapid Transit Co., 1916- 
M.E. (Rutgers, 1916). 

James Walter Mailler, New York City. 

Born at Cornwall. N. Y., Mch. 21, 1889. Engineer with Otis 
Elevator Co. M.E. (Rutgers, 1916). 

John Osborn .Marsh, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Rahway. N. J., Feb. 24, 1890. Manager, Plumbing, 
Tinning and Heating business. 

William Herbert Martin,' Bloomfield, N. J. 
Born at Bloomfield, N. J., June 7, 1890. Manager of factory. 

Louis Fowler Merrill, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at Larchmont Manor, N. Y., July 24, 1884. Farm demon- 
strator. 

Alfred Arthur Nelson, Chicago, IlL 

Born at South Amboy, N. J., July 2, 1891. With Meade Mor- 
rison Eng. Co. 

John Richard Nevius, East Millstone, N. J. 

Born at East Millstone, N; J., Sept. 9, 1890. Construction en- 
gineer. 

Herbert Ramsey Peebles, AUentown, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Mch. 12. 1889. Structural steel de- 
signer. 

Donald' Ross, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N, J., Jan. 27, 1890. Manufacturer.- 

Robert Schmidt, Manhattan, Kan. 

Born at Manumuskin, N. J., Mch. 11, 1891. Seed analyst and 
asst. in Botany. Kansas Exper. Station. 

Edward Collier Scott, Philadelphia, Penn. 

Born at St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 22, 1889. Chemist. Van der 
Poel Fellow in Chemistry, Rutgers, 1912-13. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 
1913). 

Stephen Parsons Smith, La Paz, Bolivia, S. A. 

Born at Leesburg, N. J., Nov. 2, 1886. Teacher in mission 
school. 1912- . 

William Emmons Smock, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Camden, N. J., Oct. 28, 1888. Draughtsman, Penn. R. R. 



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283 



Habold Mobix)ck Terbill, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., July 29. 1890, Teacher, Mathematics. 

Abthub Bentley Titswobth, Bethlehem, Penn. 

Born at Dunellen, N. J., Aug. 29, 1889. Mechanical engineer. 

Eabl Edwabd VanDebwebkeb, New York City. 

Born near Schuylerville, N. Y., Apr. 7, 1890. Medical student, 

Coll. P. and S.. Class of 1917. 
Elmer Leigh Walker, Newark, N, J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Nov. 15. 1889. Civil engineer. C.E. 

(Rutgers, 1915). 
Fbedebick Woelfle, Hicksville, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y.. Feb. 4, 1890. Teacher. 



At Rutgers, 



Salem, N. J. 
1908-09. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 
At Rutgers one year. 

Metuehen, N. J. 
At Rutgers, 1908-09. 



Francis Newlin Acton, 

Born at Salem, N. J., June 14, 1891. 
Law student, Univ. Penn. 

Dean Courtney Anderson, 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1891. 
Salesman. 

♦Carlton Alexander Ayers, 

Born at Metuehen, N. J., June 22, 1890. 
Fire insurance business. Died, Mch. 14, 1914^ 

Eugene Kenneth Baumann, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Dec. 31, 1888. At Rutgers one year. 

B.S. (Penn. State, 1914). Landscape designer. 
George Jacob Berstler, Milburn, N. J. 

Born at Norristown, Pa., July 30, 1889. At Rutgers one year. 

Asst. Supt., Fandango Mills. 
Eugene Boniface Bradley, 

Born at Plymouth, Conn., Feb. 18, 1887. 

Real estate. 



Orlando, Fla. 
At Rutgers, 1909-10. 



Thomas Shipman Cooper, 

Born at Fort Worth, Tex., May 4, 1888. 
Howard Lincoln Davis, 
Robert Blaine Davis, 

Born at Paterson, N. J., May 8, 1885. 
Salesman. 

Edwin Swinker Dewey, 



Dingman's Ferry, Penn. 
Teacher. 

Elizabeth, N. J. 
Clifton, N. J. 
At Rutgers one year. 

Newark, N. J. 



Born at Haddonfield, N. J., Dec. 25, 1889. At Rutgers one year. 

Copper refinery foreman. Lehigh Univ., 1913. 
Charles Frederick Duncan, Red Bank, N. J. 

Born at Red Bank, N. J., Nov. 25, 1889. 
LeRoy Joseph Esler, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Jan. 25, 1888. 
Everett Melvin Freystadt, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 18. 1890. At Rutgers, 1908-09. 

Sales engineer. 
George Milton Frieze, Jr., 

Born at Rahway. N. J., July 7, 1888. 
*Anton Frederick Haury, 

Born in New York City, July 12. 1885. 

Attending Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg. 

Charles Stanley IIoff, 

Born at Easton, Pa., Oct. 20, 1888. 
Walter Allen Johnson, 

Born at Freehold, N. J.. July 12, 1890. 



Civil engineer. B.S. (Valparaiso Univ.. 1912). 



Rahway, N. J. 

Elizabeth, N. J. 
At Rutgers, 1908-09. 
Died, Dec. 16, 1912. 

Great Meadows, N. J. 

Cadillac, Mich. 
At Rutgers one year. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



1912. 



George Washington Kebb, 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., 
Irving KIinzman, 

Born in Russia, Dec. 6, 1890. 
B.S. (Columbia, 1912). LL.B 

Lionel F. Liebsciiutz, 



Elizabeth, 
July 4, 1890. 

Plainfield, 
At Rutirers. 1908-09. Lawyer. 
(Columbia. 1914). 

Red Bank, 
At Rutgers. 1908-10. 



Born at Landing. N. J.. Oct. 10. 1890. 
Teacher. B.S. (Columbia. 1914). 

Edward Chesteb Voorhees Lyall. 

Born at Mill brook. N. Y.. Dec. 6, 1888. At 
one-half years. Automobile business. 

Frederick Robert Mackey, 

Born at Rensselaerville, N. Y., June 16, 1888. 

St. (iarage Co. 

Stanley Pearsall Marsh, 

Born at Westfield, N. J., 1890. Brown Univ. 
man. 

George Howard Metcalf, 

Born at Nottingham, England, June 2. 188(5. 
Frank Enoch Misner, 

Born at Little Falls, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1887. 
John Lawrence Pettit, 

Born in Salem county, N. J.. Sept. 16, 1890. 

year. With John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia. 

Charles William Piez, 

Born in New York City. Oct. 13, 1889. Farmer. 

Harold Clarkson Pierson, Newark, 

Born at Newark, N. J.. May 8, 1888. At Rutgers three years. 
Clerk. 



Poughkeepsie, 
Rutgers one and 

Far Rockaway, 
President, James 

Westfield, 
Traveling sales- 

Paterson, 

Little Falls, 

Salem, 
At Rutgers one 



N. J. 
N. J. 

N. J. 

N. Y. 

L. I. 

N. J. 

N. J. 
N. Y. 
N. J. 



Hammonton, N. J. 
N. J. 



William Joseph Ransom, 
N. Y. 



Dec. 14, 1891. 



Born at Brooklyn, 
Real estate broker 

(iEORGE Lorenzo Relyea, 

Born at New Paltz, N. Y., Sept. 9. 1883. 

Ethan Clark Rogebs, 

Born at New Market. N. J, 
one-half years. Machinist. 

Harold Ellison Schofield, 

Born in Thiladelphia, Pa.. May 14. 1889. 



Ridgewood, N. J. 
At Rutgers one year. 

New Paltz, N. Y. 
N. J. 



Oct. 4, 1888. 



New Market, 

At Rutgers one and 



one-half years. Asst. Instructor, Mech 

Joseph Russell See, 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Oct. 4, 1888, 
Automobile dealer. 

WlLLAKD StOLTII STACK, 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Dec. 9, . 

Sandford Roy Smith, 

Born at MarlJ>oro, N. J., Aug. 21, 1887. Salesman 
Morris S human Traver, 

Born at Trenton, N. J.. Sept. 6, 1888. 
Earle Benjamin Van Ness, 

Born at Pomoton Plains, N. J., Feb. 11, 1892 

years. Chemist. 
Rfinhold vom Lf.iix, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 23, 1881. 

Mfg. Co. 
Harold Kimball Wabdwell, 

Born at Adams. N. Y.. Apr. 26. 1889. 



Ro;cborough, Phila., 
At Rutgers one and 
Drawing, 'T'niv. Penn. 

Cranford, 
At Rutgers one year. 



Penn. 
N. J. 



Trenton, N. J. 
Newark, N. J. 
Trenton, N. J. 
N. J. 



Pine Brook, 
At Rutgers three 



Elizabeth, 

With Singer 



N. J. 
Langhorne, Penn. 



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Charles Swackiiamer Wehrly, New York City. 

Born at Somorvllle, N. J., Aug. 26. 1890. At Rutgers, 1908-11. 

Chemist. 
Edmund Wilkins Toung, S. Bethlehem, Pa. 

Born at Knoxvllle. Tenn., Aug, 30. 1880, At Rutgers two years. 

(ieneral foreman. Lehigh Coke Co., 1916- . 



1913. 
A.B. 

Walter Bastedo. Hightstown, N. J. 

Born at Dayton, N. J„ Nov. 25, 1886, Insurance agent. Ro- 
chester Sem. 

John Clyde Enk, Butler, N. J. 

Born at Somerville. N. J., Jan. 13. 1891. Teacher, 
John Cornelius Heines, Seattle, Wash. 

Born in Netherlands. Department of English, I'niv. Washington. 
John Henry Stowits Putnam, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Canajoharle, N. Y., Aug. 2.3, 1887. Clergyman. R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem.. 1916. 

George Herbert Ramsey, Olean, N. Y. 

Born at Olean, N. Y.. Aug. 18. 1891, Student. Coll. P. and 

S.. Class of 1917. 
Jacob Chop Richer, Newark. N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 15, 1893. Student, N, J. Law 

School. Class of 1918. 
Miles Ross. New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Jan. 28, 1893. Coal merchant. 
Harold William Schenck, Nutley, N. J. 

Born at IMainfiold, N. J.. July 6. 1892. Clergyman. R. C. A. 

N. B. Sem.. 1916. A.M. (miv. N. Y., 1915). 

Homer Lewis Shefiter, Port Ewen, N. Y. 

Born at Linlithgo. N. Y., Apr. 23, 1890. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
N. B. Sem., 1916. 

Earl Reed Silvers, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City. N. J., Feb. 22. 1891, Alumni Field Sec- 
retary, Rutgers College. \ 



Arthur Wesley Ellis. New York City. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1891. At Rutgers one year. 
Auditor, Ocean Accident and Guaranty Co. 

John Hendrik Johnson, New York City. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Sept. 7, 1891. At Rutgers one year. 

On staflP, N. Y. Bureau of Municipal Research. A.B, (Yale, 

1914). 
Charles Knebel Savage, AUenhurst, N. J. 

Borough Clerk and Recorder. 
Herbert Knebel Savage, New York City. 

Born in New fork City, Aug. 16. 1887. At Rutgers one and 

one-half years. Assistant editor, "Field and Stream." 

Charles Wemple Smith, Lawyersville, N. Y. 

Born at Fonda. N. Y., July 24. 1883. At Rutgers, 1909-10. 
Clergyman. R. C. A. N. B. Sem.. 1913, 

Royal Aaron Stanton, Ephratah, N. Y. 

Born at Lawyersville. N. Y., Sept, 13, 1886. At Rutgers two 
years. Clergyman, R. C. A. Wt»stern Sem., 1914. 



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Litt.B. 

Thomas Tubneb Barb, Jr., Metuchen, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1889. Broker. 

Hebbert Muhlenberg Bergamini, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at North Adams, Mass., Nov. 29. 1889. Student, Coll. P. 
and S. 

Ralph Emerson Cooper, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 31, 1890. Student. N. Y. Law 

School, Class of 193 6. 

Clifford Ezekiel Dennis. Hamburg, N. J. 

Born at Hamburg, N. J., Aug. 2, 1891. Student, Harvard Ldw 
School. 

Francis Wai.keb Flanagin, Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born In Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 30, 1891. Manufacturing chemist. 
Donald Havens, New York City. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 15, 1892. Salesman. Student, 

N. Y. Law School. 

Raymond Ditmars Howeil. Circleville, N. Y. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 13, 1892. Farmer. 
Howard Decker McKinney, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Pine Bush. N. Y., May 29. 1889. Organist. Compiler, 

"Songs of Rutgers," 3d and 4th editions. » 

Thomas Vassar Morton. Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., June 21, 1890. With Voorhees Rubber 
Mfg. Co. 

James Rodenburg Slater, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Born at Cairo, N. Y., June 11, 1890. Teacher. M.A. (Syracuse, 
1916). 

Charles Goane Stover, Trenton, N. J. 
Born at Trenton, N. J., Nov. 29, 1889. Newspaper artist. Com- 
mercial illustrator. 

Chari^es Augustin Titus, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 15, 1889. Teacher. 

Francis Elmer Weis, Trenton, N. J. 
Born at Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 29, 1890. 



B.Sc. 

Walter Charles Bauer, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Linden, N. J., May 18, . 

Whitfield Jenks Bell, Worcester, Mass. 

Born at Hoboken, N. J., Apr. 14, 1891. With Norton Co. 

Arthur DeLong Bergen, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Bound Brook. N. J., Mch, 4, 1892. With N. Y. Tel. Co. 

Edward Dudley Chase, Rahway, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Apr. 3, 1891. Civil engineer, Penn. 
R. R. 

Charles Henry Connors, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N, J., July 2, 1884. Assistant in Hor- 
ticulture, N. J. Agric. Exper. Station. 

Frank Hayward Conover, Nobel, Ontario, Canada. 

Bom at Matawan, N. J., Jan. 5, 1893. Manufacturer of gun- 
cotton. 

Lester Emery Cook, Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 21, 1890. 



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Henby Anthony (3ozze?ts, Ji<., Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark. N. J., May 12, 1889. Mechanical engineer. 

M.E. (Rutgers, 1916). 
Louis Morris Davts, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born in Russia, Sept. 25, 1890. CiTll engineer. 
Frank Edwiin Field, State College, Pa. 

Born at Somerville, N. J.. May 13. 1891. Instructor in Elect. 

Engineering, Penn. State College. E.E. (Penn. State, 1914). 

Joseph Kirk Folsom, Worcester, Mass. 

Born at Poundridge, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1893. Graduate student, 
Clark Univ. A.M. (Clark Univ., 1915). 

Elmer Smith Grymes, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J.. Sept. 25, 1891. Chemist. 
Cuthbekt Wead Haasis, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., Aug. 4, 1892. Civil engineer. 
Paul Wead Haasis, Ogden, Utah. 

Born in Marion county, Florida, Nov. 10, 1890. Machinist, 

Southern Pacific Ry. Co. 

Charles Hambrock, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Jan. 8, 1892. Chemist. 

Carl Frederick Nicholas Hegstrom, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Bom at Perth Amboy, N. J. City Chemist, Perth Amboy. 

John Parker Hickman, Jr., , Newark, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 30. 1891. General insur- 
ance. 

Frederick James Johnson, Point Pleasant, N. J. 

Born at Point Pleasant, N. J., July 26, 1889. EHectrical en- 
gineer. 

Howard Anthony Julie, New York City. 

Born in New York City, July 7, 1888. Secretary, North Jersey 

Agricultural Society. 
August Leistner, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Bom at New Haven, Conn., Dec. 26, 1890. Engineer. 
Weston Lennox, Reading, Pa. 

Born at Pocomoke City, Md., May 31, 1891. Designer, P. and 

R. R. R. Co. 
♦Lambert Jenkins Leonard, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Born at Highland, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1891. With General Electric 

Co. Died, Jan. 26, 1916. 
Jesse Burgess Leslie, Hackensaclj, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 9, 1891. Chief Inspector, Bergen 

County Mosquito Commission. Student, N. J. Law School. 
Claremont Whitmee Masker, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Somerville. N. J., Apr. 20, 1891. Telephone Dept, C. R. 

R. af N. J. 
George Raymond Merrill, • East Orange, N. J. 

Bora at Pen Argyl, Pa., Aug. 15, 1890. Civil engineer, Essex 

County Park Commission. 
Charles Miller, Ames, Iowa. 

Bom at Somerville, N. J., Sept. 13, 1885. Instructor, Agric. 

Eng., Iowa State College, 1913- . 
Mahlon George Milliken, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at New Hamburg, N. Y., May 15, 1890. Field engineer. 
Oliver Fritts Mitchell, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born at High Bridge, N. J., June 13, 1890. Civil engineer. 

C.E. (Rutgers, 1916). 
Thurlow Christian Nelson, Madison, Wis. 

Bom at Highland Park, N. J., Sept. 22, 1890. Asst. Zoology, 

Univ. Wis. Post graduate student. 



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Herman Albert Nfwmark, Plainfield, N. J. 

Bom In Russia, Jan, 28, 1891. Teacher. 
Joseph Stanley Opecny, Huntington, L. I. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1889. Florist. 
Lawrence Hall Opdycke, State College, Pa. 

Born at West New York, N. J., Sept. 4, 1891. Instructor in 

Chemistry. A.M. (Columbia, 1916). 

George Stanley Robins, St. Louis, Mo. 

Born In Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 1, 1892. Chemical salesman. 
George Raymond Robinson, Haydenville, Ohio. 

Born at Moorestown, N. J., Jan. 15, 1889. Ceramic engineer, 

Nat. Fire Proofing Co., 1913- . 

Olin Rutledge Rundall, Amenia, N. Y. 

Born at Amenia, N. Y., May 6, 1890. Agriculturist. 
Morris Sciiechter. Newark, N. J. 

Born in Odessa, Russia, Mch. 4, 1890. Civil engineer. 
Cornelius Freljnghuysen Schenck, Plaiulield, N. J. 

Born at Plainfield, N. J., July 19, 1890. Student, School of 

Engineering, Columbia Univ. 

SAMUEL Miller Sharkey, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom in Boston, Mass., Dec. 19, 1890. State Clay Tester. 

Edward Tiel Smith, Magnolia, N. J. 

Born at Atlantic City, N. J., June 4, 1888. Manufacturer's rep- 
resentative. 

HiLMAR Frederick Smith, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 13, 1892. Construction 
engineer. 

Thomas Darmon Smith, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Milford, N. J., Jan. 3, 1889. Inspector, Bureau of 
Surveys. 

Frederick Neefus VanDeripf, Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Jan. 11, 1891. Chemist. 
Henry Lear Van Mater, Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Hagerstown, Md., Feb. 12, 1892. Real estate titles. 
Theodore Van Winkle, Rutherford, N. J. 

Born at Rutherford, N. J., June 5, 1890. Real estate. 



Stewart Hoffman Appleby. Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Asbury Park, N. J., May 17, 1890. At Rutgers a half 
year. Sec. and Director, Monmouth Building and Loan Assn. 
Vice Pres. and Director, T. Frank Appleby Co. 

♦Richard Clinton Armstrong^ Nutley, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Oct. 6, 1891. At Rutgers, 1909-10. 
Died, Oct. 11, 1910. 

William Carroll Ball, Jr., Shanghai, China. 

With Standard Oil Co. 
Howard Lorenzo Beers, Stratford, Conn. 

Born at Stratford, Conn., July 14, 1889. 
Clark Christopher Bowers, Washington, N. J. 

Born at Washington, N. J., Oct. 6, . 

James Francis Burke, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 4, 1891. 
Joseph Burstein, Newark, N. J. 

Born in Russia. Sept. 26, 1887. 
Edwin Furman Cathcart, South River, N. J. 

Born at Sayreville, N. J., Oct. 4, 1891. At Rutgers two years. 

Chemist. 



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John Edwabd Develin Coffey, Newtown Square, Pa. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 12, 1890. At Rutgers, 1909-10. 
Newspaper writer. 

Elting Forsythe Deyo, Fairfield, Conn. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., May 19, 1888. At Rutgers two 
years. With Warner Bros. Corset Co. 

WnxET Harold Drake, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Trenton, N. J., Dec. 27, 1890. At Rutgers two years. 

With Travelers Ins Co. 
Jacob Joseph Feldman; Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born in Russia, Aug. 15, 1888. 
Cecil Gray Fielder, Boston, Mass. 

Born at Burrsville, N J., Feb. 17, 1890. At Rutgers, 1909-11. 

With Amer. Bapt. Foreign Miss. Society. Litt.B. (Princeton, 

1914). 
Henry William Foulds, Ocean City, N. J. 

Born at Edinburgh, Scotland, Jan. 10, 1891. Student, Penn. 

State College. 
Leo Hasleden Fretz, Cedar Grove, N. J. 

Born at Caldwell. N. J., June 11, 1891. 
Hugh James Gaffney, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 28, 1890. At Rutgers one year. 

Coffin business. 
Harry Young Green, Baptistown, N. J. 

Bom at Baptistown, N. J., Dec. 28, 1886. Student, Univ. N. Y. 
John Loveridge Greenwood, Belle Plaine, Iowa. 

Born at Cuba, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1887. At Rutgers, 1909-10. ' 

Supt., brick and tile plant. 
Louis Hambrock, Jr., Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Apr. 6, 1890. 
Montagu Hankin, Basking Ridge, N. J. 

Bom at San Rafael, Cal., Mch. 28, 1892. At Rutgers one and 

one-half years. Secretary and office manager. 
Emil Hauser, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1890. Decorator. 
William Henry Helm, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 4, 1887. 
Walter Hornbruch, Newark, N. J. 

Born in Germany, Feb. 2, 1887. At Rutgers, 1909-13. Chemist. 
Melvin Mundy Hunt, South Amboy, N. J; 

Born at South Amboy, N. J., Aug. 25, 1891. 
George William Koehler, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at South Bound Brook, N. J., Aug. 26, 1890. At Rutgera 

one year. Business. 
Leslie Charles Lantz, West Orange, N. J. 

Born at Monroe, N. J., Aug. 30, 1890. At Rutgers one and 

one-half years. Chemist. 
Joseph Donjon Laurent, Westfield, N. J. 

Born at Westfield. N. J., Apr. 15. 1891. 
Ralph Samuel Lees, Germantown, Pa. 

Born at Jamestown, N. Y., Aug. 5, 1890. At Rutgers one and 

one-half years. Manufacturer. 
James Roy McConnell, De Winton, Alberta, Canada. 

Born at Toronto, Canada, Oct. 20, 1890. Rancher. 
George Menaker, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Sept. 12. 1887. 

19 



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Donald Duffebin Mulhern, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Hopewell. N. J., Nov. 23, 1893. Journalist. 

Walter Elliot Obvis, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Hornell, N. Y.. Mch. 25. 1892. At Rutgers. 1909-10. 
Correspondent. 

Chalmers Wolfe-Tone Overton, Plainfield, N. J. > 

Born at Montclair, N. J., Mch. 9, 1890. At Rutgers one and 

one-half years. Insurance broker. 
Walter Miller Peacock, Amherst. Mass. 

Born at Freesburg. N. J. At Rutgers one year. Teacher. B.S. 

(Cornell, 1913). M.S. (Cornell. 1915). 
Van Wagenen Pingry, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Millbrook, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1889. Engineer, New York. 

Telephone Co. 
Ralph Morgan Pitcher, Troy, N. Y. 

Born at Hudson. N. Y., Feb. 8. 1890. At Rutgers two and 

one-half years. Chief clerk. N. 1\ Telephone Co., Troy, N. Y. 
Arthur Arnold Prentiss, Chicago, 111. 

Born at Washington. D. C. Sept. 30, 1890. At Rutgers two 

years. Travelling representative. 
Howard Milton Prichabd, Sea Bright, N. J. - 

Born at Sea Bright, N. J., Sept. 25, 1889. 
Bbyce Alphonso Quint, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Scranton, Iowa, B^eb. 2, 1892. Farmer. B.S. (Iowa 

State Coll., 1913). 
Alstyn Fitz Randolph, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., July 24, 1890. At Rutgers 

one and one-half years. Engineering assistant. Public Service 

Elec. Co. 

David Rosenthal, New York City. 

Born in Russia, July 7, 1891. 
Edward Raymond Sandiford, Fairfield, Conn. 

Born at Waterbury, Conn., Aug. 24, 1888. 

Edward Brooks Simmons, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N, Y., Dec. 24, 1889. At Rutgers one year. 
Accountant. 

Herbert Simon, Caldwell, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., May 26. 1892. At Rutgers three years. 

Civil engineer. 
Edward Frank Sims, Stelton, N. J. 

Born at Boonton, N. J., July 6, 1889. At Rutgers, 1908-09. 

Stenographer. 

Horace Thomas S medley, Glassboro, N. J. 

Born at Camden. N. J., Nov. 24, 1892. 
Robert Gregory Sparrow, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn. N. Y.. Mch. 20, 1892. At Rutgers one and 

one-half years. Public accountant. 

William Ellsworth Staat, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., May 9, 1890. At Rutgers one 

year. Refrigerating engineer. 
Edward Conklin Stover, Jr., Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Aug. 5. 1891. At Rutgers, 1909. 

Business. Litt.B. (Princeton, 1915). 
James Philip Tobey, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at New Bedford. Mass.. Nov. 14. 1889. 
Robert Wilson Turner, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Born at Danbury, Conn., July 31. 1891. Salesman, Michelin 

Tire Co. 



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ALUMNI. 



291 



PatersoB, 

Student, N. B. 



N. J. 



Ghables King VanRiper, Paterson, N. ^. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Sept. 8, 1891. Journalist with "Pater- 
son Guardian" and "Newark Evening News." 

Mabvin James VanWagenen, New York City. 

Born at Ohioville, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1884. At Rutgers, 1909-10. 
Graduate strident, Columbia Univ. B.S. (Columbia, 1911). A.M. 
(Columbia, 1912). 

Harold Samuel Watson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 25, 1889. At Rutgers one 
and one-half years. Traffic manager. Interwoven Stocking Co., 
1912- . 



1914. 
A.B. 

Frank De Witt Bianchard, 

Born at Spring Valley, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1886. 

Sem., Class of 1917. 
KiNGSLAND Camp, 

Born at Newark. N. J., Oct. 7, 1893. 
Laban Hammill Chamberlin, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J. 

of 1917. 

John Edward Elmendobf, Jr., 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 28, 1893. 

Hopkins Medical School, Class of 1918. 

Levi Simmons Ernst, 

Born at Hudson, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1891. Student, 
School. 

Alfred August Gaipa, 

Born at Palermo, Italy, Nov. 17, 1890. Clerk. 

ham Law School. Class of 1918. 
Charles Arlington Hallenbeck, 

Born at Greendale, N. Y., Oct. 30, 1888. 

Class of 1917. 
Albert George Leeds, 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 13, 1892. 

Telephone Co. 
Du Bois N. Le Fevre, 

Born at New Paltz. N. Y., Aug. 31, 1890. 

logical Seminary, Class of 1917. 

James Morrow, 

Born at Wilmington, Del., Jan. 17, 1894. 
Theodorus McLeod Thorburn, 



Newark, N. J. 
Student. 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Student, Rochester Sem., Class 

Baltimore, Md. 
Student, Johns 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Harvard Law 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Student, Ford- 



Student, 



Greendale, N. 
N. B. Sem., 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Traffic inspector, N. Y. 

New York City. 
Student. Union Theo- 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Law student. 

Clifton, N. J. 



Born at Clifton, N. J., Sept. 30, 1892. Student, Columbia Law 
School, Class of 1917. 

David Bevier Van Dyck, 

Born at Johnsonville, N. Y., Aug. 21, 1892. Student, Princeton 
Sem., Class of 1917. A.M. (Princeton, 1916). 



Greenville, N. Y. 



^Raymond Lawrence Aken, Utica, N. Y. 

Born at Philmont. N. Y., Aug. 27, 1891. Died in Hertzog Hall, 
New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 4, 1913. 

Theodore Hill Conklin, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Hackensack, N. J.. Jan. 1. 1891. At Rutgers, 1911-13. 
A.B. (Univ. Mich., 1914). Student, Coll. P. and S., Class of 
1918. 



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Jakes A^^debson Mason, Hoboken, N. J. 

Born In Tennessee, Mch. 22, 1892. At Rutgers, 1911-12. A.B. 
(Lafayette, 1914). With Armour & Co. 

Ohables Ewan Mebritt, Jr., Hartford, Conn. 

Born at Mount Holly, N. J., July 15. 1892. At Rutgers two 
years. Insurance. 

Paul Dudley Pbentiss, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 30, 1892. At Rutgers 

three years. Salesman, furniture. 
William LeRoy Wyckoff, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Woodhaven, L. I., Feb. 27, 1890. At Rutgers, 190^10. 



Insurance specialist. 



Litt.B. 

Oren Foole Browning, Jr., Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., July 23, 1893. Stock broker. 
Warren Randolph Laity, Chappaqua, N. Y. 

Born at Boston, Mass., July 14, 1890. Teacher, Columbia 

Grammar School, N. Y. City. 
Louis Randolph Menagh, Jr., Jersey City, N. J. 

Bom in Brooklyn, N, Y., Sept. 2, 1892. Clerk. 
Arthur Hartland Mershon, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Nov. 9, 1890. Accountant. 

Frederick Houston Worrell, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Born at Chestertown, Md., June 8, 1892. Student, Univ. Penn. 
Law School. 



Frederick A. McCulloi^gh, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Pluckamin. N. J., Jan. 29, 1890. At Rutgers, 1910. 
Lawyer. . LL.B. (N. Y. Law School. 1912). 

Kenneth Alison Turner, Basking Ridge, N. J. 

Born at Basking Ridge, N. J., Jan. 4, 1893. At Rutgers one 
year. Transitman. 



B.Sc. 

Harry Milton Allen, Juliustown, N. J. 

Born at Basking Ridge, N. J.. Dec. 31, 1891. Asst. Manager, 
Dairy Farm. 

Roy Bennett Anderson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1892. Manufacturing var- 
nish, &c. 

Charles Stewart Beckwith, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Olean, N. Y., May 16, 1891. Asst. Entomologist, N. J. 
Agrlc. Exper. Station. 

Edward Hopkins Brill, Poughquag, N. Y. 

Born at Newburgh, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1890. Cattle breeder. 
Casper Buechner, Woodhaven, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 8, 1892. Engineering Dept., 

N. Y. Municipal Railway Co. 

Franklin Oscar Church, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at High Falls, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1892. Mechanical engineer. 
RoscoE Seymour Conkling, New York City. 

Bom in New York City, June 9, 1888. Chemist. 



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LlNDLEl* GUEBEN CooK, Ringocs, N. J. 

Born at Madison. N. J., Nov. 18, 1892. Farmer. 

Samuel Cni^RLEs Coopeb, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Mch. 11. 1893. Electrical engineer. 
With Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Henby Kattenhobn Davies, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1891. Purchasing agent. 

Austin Lino de la Tobbe, Guadalajara, Mexico. 

Born at San Miguel, Mexico, Sept. 23, 1891. Engineer and con- 
tractor. 

RoBEBT Gabton Doolino, Clayton, N. J. 

Bom at Clayton, N. J., Oct. 24, 1889. Civil engineer. 
John Sandebson Elliott, New York City. 

Born at Worcester, Mass., Oct. 16, 1891. Electrical engineer." 
I.EO Weiss Elston di Gihlini, Summcrville, S. C. 

Born at New Braunslel, Texas, Nov. 22. 1888. Farmer. A.B. 

(Univ. Illinois, 1913). M.Sc. (Univ. Illinois, 1915). 
Stuabt Mobtimeb Fibth, South Orange, N. J. 

Bom at South Orange, N. J., Aug. 18, 1890. Salesman. 
Chables Henby Gant, Bradley Beach, N. J. 

Born at Asbury Park, N. J.. Sept.» 24, 1892. Civil engineer. 
Donald Henby Gesse, Olean, N. Y. 

Bom at Scottsville, N. Y., Apr. 12, 1891. Civil engineer, N. Y. 

State Dept. 
Samuel Isaac Hoddeson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Apr. 5, 1892. Chemist. 

Howabd Fbedebick Hueee, New Haven, Conn. 

Bom at Carteret, N. J., Mch. 14, 1893. Horticultural investi- 
gator. 

William TEBBiHEBitY Hulsizeb, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Born at Clinton, N. J., Mch. 6, 1892. Electrical engineer. 
John Loweby, Jb., Ambridge, Pa. 

Bom at Mendham, N. J., June 14, 1892. With American Bridge 

Co. 

Reginald Pennington TjUkens, Rahway, N. J. 

Bom at Moorestown, N. J., Sept. 4, 1891. Chemist. 
Ebic Waldorf Lusteb, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth. N. J., July 18, 1892. 
Bbyce Inglis MacDonald, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bora at Brandon, Wis., July 22, 1894. Assistant In Chemistry, 

Rutgers, 1914- . 

William Henby McCaixum, New Brunswick. N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 4, 1890. Boys' club leader, 
with N. J. State Agric. College. 

Neil McDougall, Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Buffalo, N. Y., May 22, 1891. Civil engineer. 

Geobge Rockwell Maxson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Locust, N. J., July 31, 1893. Instructor in Civil En- 
gineering. 

Abthub Costello Metcalfe New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Lowell, Mass., June 13, 1890. Graduate student. 
M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1916). 

Edwabd Thubber Paxton, Austin, Texas. 

Bom at Matchaponaix, N. J., Aug. 26, 1892. Secretary, Bu- 
reau of Municipal Research and Reference, Univ. Texas, . M.A. 
(Univ. Texas, 1916). 



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j£ROME Powers, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Bom in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1892. Civil and hydraulic en- 
gineer. 

Thomas Upton Purrington, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Haydenville, Mass., Jan. 19, 1895. Electrical engineer. 

Lloyd Frank Reoendahl, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., Apr. 27, 1892. With Kingston Gas 

and Electric Co. 

John Henry Rowland, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 12, 1890. Medical student. 
Edward Robert Schmid, Verona, N. J. 

Born at Verona, N. J., May 23, 1893. Van der Poel Fellow in 

Chemistry, Rutgers. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1916). 

George Willlam Schmidt, Arlington, N. J. 

Bom In New York City, Dec. 12, 1890. Inspector, Electrical 
Testing Laboratories. 

Harold Solomon, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 26, 1892. Claim adjuster. 

James Archer Stackhouse, Cape May Court House, N. J. 

Born at Leavenworth, Kansas, Mch. 5, 1887. Teacher. 

William Webber Summerill, Penn's Grove, N. J. 

Bom at Penn's Grove, N. J., Sept. 17, 1892. Civil engineer. 

Elmer Harnden Van Wagenen, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Plutarch. N. Y., Oct. 16, 1893. Civil engineer. 

Walter Martin Van Wagner, Parlin, N. J. 

Born at Harrisburg, Pa., Nov. 15, 1891. * Solvent supt., Her- 
cules Powder Co. 

Joseph Augustus Ward, East Orange, N. J. 

Bom at Lakewood, N. J., Aug. 18, 1892. Asst. Engineer, East 
Orange Water Dept. 

Louis Kossuth Wiikins, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Thorofare, N. J., June 14, 1891. Assistant, N. J. Ex- 
periment Station. 

Stanley Neale Williams, Westfield, N. J. 

Born at Meriden, Conn., Feb. 6, 1892. Civil engineer. 

Carl Raymond Woodward, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Tennent, N. J., July 20, 1890. With N. J. Agrlc. Exper. 
Station. 

Leon Peter Zeglio, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Mt. Bethel, N. J., Feb. 8, 1890. 



Harold Ansuen. New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Russia, July 1, 1892. At Rutgers two years. Bank 
clerk. 

John Lawson Baily, Lansdowne, Pa. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 13, 1892. Insurance. 

Edgar Van Dyck Basten, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Passaic, N. J., Apr. 12, 1890. Commercial traveler. 

Adolph Hora Baumann, Rabway, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Mch. 21, 1892. At Rutgers, 1910-13. 

Flor-ist. 

George Milne Bechtel, New York City. 

Bom at Ti-enton, N. J., Sept. 10, 1890. At Rutgers three years. 
Draughtsman. 

Edward Oscar Boller, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Bom at Elizabeth, N. J., May 9, 1892, At Rutgers, 1910-12. 
Physician. M.D. (Union, 1916). 



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295 



Elizabeth, 
At Rutgers three and 



Robert Ogden Bouton, 

Bom at Elizabeth, N. J., Dec. 17, 1891. 
one-half years. Accountant. 

William G. Bbeitenbucher, Harrison, 

Born at Harrison, N. J„ Mch. 24, 1891. At Rutgers, 1910-12. 

Edgab Chesebbo Cook, Atlantic Highlands, 

Bom at Highlands, N. J., Aug. 4, 1889. At Rutgers two and 
one-half years. Law student. Insurance agent. 

Reginald Bulkley Cbowell, Metuchen, 

Born In Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1890. At Rutgers, two years. 
Feed and grain merchant. 

Rawson Pabkhubst Dickebson, Newark, 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Nov. 2, 1890. At Rutgers, 1909-13. 
With Innis Speiden & Co. 

David Louis Elinsky, Newark, 

Born at Newark, N. J., May 22, 1891. At Rutgers one and one- 
half years. Insurance broker. 

John Thomas Fineoan, Iselin, 

Born at Franklin Park, N. J., Sept. 11, 1893. With Penn. 
R. R. 

Fbedebic William Holcomb, * New York 

Born at Palenville. N. Y., Dec. 12. 1891. At Rutgers, 1911-12. 
Physician. M.D. (Albany Med. Coll., 1916). 



Kingston, 
At Rutgers one year. 

Perth Amboy, 
At Rutgers two years. 

Highland Park, 

At Rutgers two years. 

Hudson, 

At Rutgers one year. 



Jersey City, N. J. 
N. J. 



Cliffobd Hobsfall, 

Born at Ossining, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1891. 
Salesman. 

Henby Chabijss Kosteb, 

Born in New York City, Feb. 18, 1892, 
Concrete engineer. 

Fbedebick Henby Low, 

Born at Chelsea, Mass., Sept, 13, 1890. 
Augustus Tbemaine MoKinstby, 

Bom at Hudson, N. Y,, Jan. 28. 1892, 

Druggist. Albany Med. Coll.. 1912. 

Habby Oh>bles Bayliss Maulen, 

Born in New York City, Aug. 15, 1891, 
VicTOB Hugo Mibon, 

Born at New Britain, Conn,, Feb. 10, 1892. 
Furniture salesman. 

Chbistian Jacob Muelleb, 

Born at Egg Harbor City, N. J.. Oct. 20, 
two years. Salesman. 

Louis David Nadel, 

Born at Newark. N, J.. Oct. 28, 1891. 
Lesteb Ellswobth Nelson, 

Born at New Market, N. J., June 11, 1891. 

John Staats Nevius, 

Born at Deans, N. J., June 7, 1889. 
Manager of an estate. 

James Anthony Nkwmeyeb, 

Born at New Brunswick, N, J., June 14, 1891. At Rutgers one 
and one-half years. Manufacturer of rubber goods, 

William Chauncey Pabk, Newark, 

Born at Newark, N. J., Mch. 24. 1892. Journalist. 

John Ryeb Poppen, Hamilton, 

Born at Forest Grove, Mich,, May 18. 1893. At Rutgers, 
1910-11. Medical student, Univ. Mich,, 1917. 



N. J. 

N. J. 

N. J. 

N. J. 
N. J. 
N. J. 

N. J. 

City. 

N. Y. 

N. J. 

Mich. 

N. Y. 



Elizabeth, 
At Rutgers, 1910-11. 



Egg Harbor City, N. J. 
1891. At Rutgers 



Newark, 

New Market, 
Farmer. 

New Brunswick, 
At Rutgers. 1910. 



N. J. 
N. J. 
N. J. 



New Brunswick, N. J. 

N. J. 
Mich. 



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Oeobge Washington Pratt, Jr., Highland, N. Y. 

Born at Highland, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1891. Lumber business. 
Raymond Carlton Robbins, Bordentown, jN. J. 

Born at Bordentown, N. J., Oct. 18, 1888. Attended Univ. 

Penn. Bridge Inspector, State Highway Dept., N. J. 
Irving Rowland Rossell, Rahway, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Jan. 24, 1891. At Rutgers two years. 

Accountant. 
Floyd Eldridue Rue, Old Bridge, N. J. 

Born at Old Bridge, N. J., Jan. 19, 1891. 
Harold Alonso Russell, Caldwell, N. J. 

Born at Orange, N. J., Sept. 12, 1892. Farmer. 
Joseph William Scheer. New\^rk, N. J. 

Born at Newark. N. J., May 14, 1893. 
Elmer Lynford Schoonmaker, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J.. Nov., 1889. At Rutgers, 1909-11. 

Salesman. 
Roger Converse Smith, Springfield, Col. 

Born at Fairfield, Conn., May 13, 1892. At Rutgers one year. 

Teacher. 
Joseph Harry Stone, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Worcester, Mass., Nov. 11, 1891. At Rutgers two 

years. Dealer in coke. 
Alfred Weber Thomas, Short Hills, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Feb. 27, 1890. 
Charles Adelbert Travfr, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., May 24, 1890. With Bethlehem Steel 

Co. 

John Walton Waix, Rahway, N. J. 

Born in Middlesex county, N. J., Dec. 17, 1891. At Rutgers 
one year. Insurance. 

Paul Walrath, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Arlington, N. J.. Apr. 20, 1891. At Rutgers four 
years. With Nixon Nitration Works. 

Frank Large Walton, Springfield, N. J. 

Born at Belvidere, N. J., Jan. 31, 1893. At Rutgers, 1910-14. 
Accountant. 

Lb Roy Wanser. Cranford, N. J. 

Born at Rahway, N. J., May 21, 1893. Harvard, 1914. Stu- 
dent, Mass. Inst. Technology. 

George William Wilmot, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J„ Oct. 25, 1892. At Rutgers two 
years. With U. S. Rubber Co. 

James Deshler Wilmot, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 4, 1891. At Rutgers one 
year. With TT. S. Rubber Co. 

Stanley Miltj:r Wilsey, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 5, 1892. B.S. (Univ., Wis., 1915). 
Retail lumber business. 

James Howard Zieqler, Charleston, S. C. 

Born at Columbus. Ohio, Oct. 15, 1890. With Elk Sugar Re- 
finery. 



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1915. 
A.B. 

William Henby Campbfll, Jr., Ocean City, N. J. 

Born at Sculville, N. J.. Dec. 17, 1892. Student. Harvard Law 

School, Class of 1918. 
Bbadley Jacob Folensbee, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Schoharie, N. Y., May 11, 1889. Student, N. B. Sem., 

Class of 1918. 
John Calvin Geeen, Jr., Blairstown, N. J. 

Born at Hackettstown, N. J., June 22, 1894. Instructor, 

Blair Academy, 1916- . 
James I^Roy Handford. Vineland, N. J. 

Born at Vineland, N. J., Apr. 5, 1893. Student, Harvard Law 

School. 
Warren Durward McCloskky, Point Pleasant, N. J. 

Born at Manasquan, N. J., Jan. 8, 1894. Student. N. Y. Law 

School. 
Roy Mundy Davidson Richardson, Bound Brook, N. J 

Born at Martinsville, N. J., June 19, 1895. Teacher. 
Franklin Morrow Ritchie, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, Mch. 3, 1894. Journalist. 
Robert Wyckoef Searle, ^ New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 25, 1894. Student, N. B. 

Sem., Class of 1919. 

Frederic Kull Shield, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Baltimore, Md., Mch. 5, 1893. Student. N. B. Sem., 
1918. 

Harvey Ira Todd, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Boxn at Poughkeepsle, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1890. Student, N. B. Sem., 
Class of 1918. 

Ralph Ten Broeck Todd, Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Born at Tarrytown, N. Y., June 2, 1892. Student. Coll. P. and S. 
Laird Sumner VanDyck, New York City. 

Born at Buffalo. N. Y., Feb. 10, 1893. Teacher. 
Theodore Voorhees, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., May 9, 1893. Salesman, Michelin 

Tire Co. 
Aaron Wallace, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Sept. 10, 1896. With C. R. R. of N. J. 

Charles Conkling Wheat, Liberty Corucr, N. J. 

Bom in New York City, June 20, 1893. With Du Pont de 
Nemours Co. 

Edward Why n man, Elizabeth, N. J 

Bom at Elizabeth. N. J., Jan 7, 1894. Student, N. Y. College 
of Dentistry, 1918. 



Robert Elwood Moore, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Oct. 14. 1893. At Rutgers. 1911-12. 
Graduate student, Columbia Univ., 1915- . B.A. (Wesleyan 
Univ., 1915). A.M. (Wesleyan). 

Allan Seymour Richardson, New York City, 

Bom at Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1893. At Rutgers one year. 
Editor, The Financial and Commercial Chronicle. 

George William Winslow, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Bom at Atlanta. Georgia, Feb. 27, 1893. At Rutgers one year. 
With W. R. Grace & Co. 



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Litt.B. 

Richab:) Ashman, Huntingtou, Ind. 

Born at Phlllpsburg, Pa., Aug. 13, 1890. Teacher. 

Arthur Clifford Bubcu, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at St. Louis Mo., Mch. 28, 1892. With City Bank, New 
York. 

Eliot Payson Corbin, Oxford, N. Y. 

Born at Oxford, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1891. Teacher. 
WoBTHiNGTON Shumway Farley, White Plains, N. Y. 

Born at White Plains, N. Y., June 6. 1892. Student, Columbia 

Law School, Class of 1918. 

Russell Fleming, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 24, 1893. Graduate 
student, Princeton Univ. M.A. (Princeton, 1916). 

J. Bertram Howell, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., June 7, 1893. Business. 
Frank Alvin Lang with, Jr., Oceanport, N. J. 

Bom in Brooklyn. N. Y., Mch. 9, 1893. Student. N. B. Sem., 

Class of 1918. 

Albert Martin Schultz, Arlington, N. J. 

Bom on Staten Island, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1891. 
Ralph William Thomson, Middlebush, N. J. 

Born at Sprakers, N. Y., May 7, 1893. Student, Rochester Sem. 
Asher Dudley Watson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 6. 1893. Student, N. Y. 

Law School. 



Arthur Layton Barton, New York City^ 

Born in Brooklyn. N. Y., Aug. 18, 1893. 
Harry Waixace Edgar, Highland Park, N. J. 

Bora at Red Bank, N. J., Oct. 15, 1892. At Rutgers one year. 
Emerson Ely. 

Bom at Ely, N. J., Sept. 19, 1892. 
Eric Henry Jentz, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Mch. 21. 1892. At Rutgers one 

year. Lawyer. N. Y. Law School, 1915. 



B.Sc. 

Walter Anner, Phillipsburg, N. J. 

Bom at Jersey City, N. J., July 27, 1894. Supervisor, Salem 
County Dairy Testing Assn. 

Harry Newton Blue, New Bedford, Mass. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 23, 1893. Draftsman. 
Frederick Clinton Brush, Baltimore, Md^ 

Born at Yonkers, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1893. Efficiency engineer. 
James Wesley Bulmer, Cairo, N. Y. 

Boin in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 9, 1891. Principal of school. 
John Conklin Conger, Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 4. 1893. Salesman. 
Charles Boice Conover, Franklin, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 3, 1892. Chemist. 
Horace VanDerVeer Cory, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Nov. 30, 1891. Poultry husbandman. 



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CiiABLES Lee Oranpall, ' New York City. 

Born at Schuylerville, N. Y., Dec. 17, 1888. Asst. engineer. 
Edwabd Jameson Crane, South Amboy, N. J. 

Bom at Newark. N. J., Feb. 18, 1893. Draftsman. 
♦DuPlessib Helm Crowe, Edgewater, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 17, 1889. Died in his Senior 

year, Mch. 13, 1915. 
Elmore Johnson DeWitt, Middletown, N. Y. 

Born at Steelton, Pa., Oct. 15, 1892. Engineering Dept., N. Y.. 

O. & W. Ry. 
Spencer Dawson Embree, Westfield, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Oct. 17, 1893. Manufacturing chemist. 



Benjamin Applegate Furman, 

Born at Newark. N. J., June 24, 1892. 
R. R. 



East Orange, N. J. 
Civil engineer, Penn. 



New Brunswick, N. J. 
Extension specialist 



Wilkinsburg, Pa. 
Tester of electrical ap- 

Denver, Col. 



Lawrence Growden Gill\m, 

Born at Langehorne, Pa., Sept. 15, 1893. 
in fruit growing. 

Louis Norman Grier, 

Born at Sewell, N. J., June 29, 1892. 

paratus. 
Mahlon Lee Barker, 

Bo^n at Port Morris, N. J., Aug. 15, 1893. 
George Washington Hervey, Fayetteville, Ark. 

Born at Corona, L. I., Dec. 27, 1892. Asst. in Animal Hus- 
bandry, Ark. Agric. Exper. Station. 
Harold Thatcher Hoot, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Sept. 11, 1892. Mechanical engineer. 
Ned Orlando Howlett, Basking Ridge, N. J. 

Born in Morristown, N. J., Feb. 3, 1894. Agriculturalist. 
Ralph Moore Hubbard, New Briiuswick, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Sept. 9, 1894. Assistant in Horti- 
culture, College Farm. 
Alvin Ralph Jacopsen, Lodi, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 23, 1895. Chemist. 
Joseph Kerr. Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Ansonia, Conn., Mch. 30, 1891. Mechanical engineer. 
Emerich John Kuhn, Bear Lake, Mich. 

Born at Woodbridge, N. J., Jan. 26, 1894. Principal of High 

School. 
Arthur Kuntz, Iselin,) N. J. 

Born in New York City, Sept. 15, 1896. Scientific agriculturalist. 
Herman Joseph Levine, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Russia, Aug. 18, 1892. Horticulturalist. 
Lloyd North Lewis, 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., July 5, 1893. 
Ward Brewster Malmar, 

Born in Brooklyn," N. Y., Nov. 17. 1890. 
Samuel Mandel, 

Born at Newark, N. J.. Sept. 24, 1892. Asst. 

Public Service Commission of New York. 
Charles Raymond Martin, 

Born at Bloomfleld, N. J., July 15, 1893. 
Ar>BERT Eric Mercker. 



Roselle Park, N. J. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Newark, N. J. 
Engineer with 



Born in New York City, Mch. 7, 1893. 
Commission Merchants, New York City. 



Bloomfield, N. J. 
Power engineer. 

Jersey City, N. J. 
With Wesel Brothers, 



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George Dusenbeby Nobcom, * Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Sea Isle City, N. J,. Oct. 13, 1892. Chemist. 
Stanley Underwood North, Omaha, Neb. 

Bom at Pleasantvllle, N. J.. Feb. 10, 1892. Pastor's Asst.. St. 

Mary's Ave. Cong. Church. 
Bernard Pear, Now Brunswick, N. J. 

Born In Moscow, Russia. Nov. 7, 1893. With D. C. and Wm. 

B. Jackson. Engineers. 
William Solomon Porte, Soraerville, N. J. 

Born at Sergeantsville, N. J., Feb. 4, 1891. Teacher. 
Israel Reiner, MillvUIe, N. J. 

Born at Woodbine, N. J., June 14, 1896. Chemist. 
Ime Morris Rose, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Dec. 18, 1892. 
RussEL Joseph Savitz, Westfield, N. J. 

Born at Slatington, Pa., May 30, 1894. Mechanical engineer. 
George Herman Scblotterer, Jr., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Jan. 29, 1893. Civil engineer. Penn. 

R. R. 
Walter Emil Schwanhausser, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., May 7, 1891. Optical projection 

design. 

Alfred Frederick Willtam Sfarr.\, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Boiano, Italy, Mch. 7, 1893. Chief Chemist, Path6 Ex- 
change. 
George Leslie Shultz, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Bom at Jamesburg, N. J., Feb. 7, 1894. Electrical engineering. 
George Joseph Smith, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 2, 1891. 
Harry Brokaw Smith, North Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at North Plainfield, N. J., Aug. 6, 1889. Computisr. 
William Henry Stano, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., May 25. 1894. With Public 

Utility Commission, New Jersey. 

Irving Berkeley Stanton, Bayonne, N. J. 

Born at Bayonne, N. J., June 10, 1894. Electrical engineer. 
Robert Frederick Emmanuel Stier, New York City. 

Born at Sayreville. N. J., Sept. 24, 1894. Student, Coll. P. 

and S., Class of 1919. 
Theodore Greene Suilh^an, Jr., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Montclalr, N. J., Apr. 19, 1895. Chemist. 
Milton Amos Thomson, New Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at New Kingston, N. Y., May 3, 1891. Dairyman. 
Sblman Abraham Waksman, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Priluka. Russia. July 28. 1888. With N. J. Agric. 

Exper. Station. M.Sc. (Rutgers. 1916). ' 

Allen George Waller, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Seneca Falls, N. Y., Sept. 20. 1892. Extension specialist 
in Agronomy. 

Harry Edward Watt, Hamburg, N. J. 

Born at Franklin, N. J., Nov. 6. 1890. 



Rufus Allen, Jr., Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born, Mch. 2. 1893. 



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Habvey William Banks. East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Jersey City, N. J., Mch. 25, 1891. At Rutgers two 
years. With Paddock Zuzi Motor Car Co. 

Wesley Beni^eb, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., July 13. 1892. At Rutgers, 1910-11. 

Student, New Jersey Law School, 1916. 
John Henry Bebns, Jb., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 25, 1892. 
Habold Stanley Bolsoyer, South Orange, N. J. 

Born at South Orange, N. J., July 14, 1894. 
William Henby Bhandow, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Oneonta, N. Y., Feb. 5, 1892. At Rutgers two years. 

Student, Cornell Univ. 

Edwabd Leo Bbeen, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J„ Aug. 28, 1894. At Rutgers, 1911-12. 
Bookkeeper. 

Lesteb William Bbett, Lake Katrine, N. Y. 

Bom in Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1892. 
Habby Milton Buckwald, Paterson, N. J. 

Bom at Paterson, N. J., May 24, 1894. 

Edwabd Russell CJotton, Marion, Ohio. 

Bom at Ocean City, N. J., June 19, 1893. At Rutgers, 1911-12. 
Asst. County Surveyor. 

Joseph Miileb Da^is, Mays Landing, N. J. 

Born at Mays Landing, N. J., July 15, 1893. At Rutgers one 
year. Teacher. 

Louis DuBois. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Bridgeton, N. J., Jan. .18, 1891. At Rutgers, 1910-12. 

Pharmaceutical chemist. 
Chables Howabd Enoeliiabd, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 29, 1891. At Rutgers three 

years. With India Rubber Co. 

Leon Abbot Ebbickson, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Point Pleasant, N. J., Jan. 3, 1890. 
Habold Rapelye Fick, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J.. Aug. 16, 1893. At Rutgers one 

year. Real estate. 

Geobge LeiDNAbd Fbank, Cinuaminson, N. J. 

Born at Cinnaminson, N. J., June 4, 1892. At Rutgers, 1911- 
12. Bookkeeper. 

Joseph Russell Fbencii, Moorestown, N. J. 

Born at Moorestown, N. J., May 8, J891. 

Joseph Fbiedman, Watertown, N. Y. 

Bom at Norwich, Cwin., Apr. 8, 1893. At Rutgers three and 
one half years. Engineer, N. Y. State Highway Dept. 

Sylvesteb Gutelius, Hopewell, N. J. 

Born at Pittsburgh Pa., Sept. 13, 1891. At Ruteers one semes- 
ter. Teacher and farm manager, Penn. State College, 1914. 

Febdinand D& Puy Hasbbouck, Franklin, N. J. 

Born at High Falls, N. Y., May 16, 1891. At Rutgers three 
years. Chemist with N. J. Zinc Co. 

Edwin Pebcy Holtbebo, Annandale, N. J. 

Bom at Mason City, Iowa, Dec. 11, 1893. At Rutgers one 
year. Farmer. 

William Jultus Hudson, Sidney, Neb. 

Born in Nebraska, July 30, 1893. 



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Russell Woolston Hunt, Westfield, N. J. 

Born at Westfleld. N. J., Oct. 27, 1893. At Rutgers, 1911-14. 
Civil engineer, C. R. R. of N. J. 

Max Kisliuk. Jr., WaBhiugton, D. C. 

Born in London, England, Nov. 5, 1889. At Rutgers, 1911-12. 
Citrus Canker Inspector. B.Sc. (Maryland Agrlc. Coll., 1915). 

Morton Lang, New Tork City. 

Born in Philadelphia Pa., Jan. 16. 1893. 
Fred Macarthy, Jr., Hartford, Conn. 

Born at SayrevlUe, N. J., Aug. 7, 1892. 
William Francir McCloskey, New "Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J.. Feb. 23, 1893. At Rutgers one 

year. Lawyer. LL.B. (N. J. Law School, 1916). 

Joseph Francis Massopust, Jr., Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Perth Amboy, N. J., July 6, 1893. At Rutgers two 
years. Student, N. Y. Law School. 

Alfred Vivian Mershon. Schenectady, N. Y. 

Bom at Rahway, N. J., Aug. 20, 1892. At Rutgers, 1911. M.Sc. 
(Union, 1915). Laboratory Assistant. 

George Richards Morrison, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., At Rutgers, 1910-13. Student, 
N. J. Law School. 

William Lambert Myers, - Sidney, N. Y. 

Bom in London, England, Oct. 22, 1891. At Rutgers one year. 
John Page Noble, Port Arthur, Texas. 

Both at Olean, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1891. At Rutgers two years. 

Refiner, Texas Company. 

James Ohamplin Peirce, Jr., Ausonia, Conn. 

Born at Savannah, Ga., Aug. 13, 1801. At Rutgers six months. 
Student. 

John Fuli-erton Pfeiffer, Jr., Fords, N. J. 

Bom at Maurer, N. J., Nov. 8, 1892. 
John Eldridge Pritchard, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Trenton, N. J., Jan. 24, 1890. At Rutgers one year. 

Draughtsman. 

Henry Edgar Riker, Fairfield, Conn. 

Bom at Fairfield, Conn., Apr. 1, 1892. 
Philip Ritter, Jr., New York City. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1892. At Rutgers three 

years. Advertising agency. 

Samuel Luther Sahn, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 26. 1892. 

Ralph Lassell Shearer, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at York, Pa., Feb. 5, 1893. At Rutgers one and one-half 
years. Business. 

William John Shearer, Jr., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at York, Pa., 1892. 

Joseph Silbert, BufCalo, N. Y. 

Bom at Raritan, N. J., Aug. 19, 1893. A.B. (Cornell, 1915). 

i^AMUEL Silbert, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Raritan, N. J.. Jan. 24, 1894. At Rutgers two years. 

Student, Coll., P. and S. 

William Edgar Skillman, Brooklyn, N, Y. 

Student, N. Y. Law School. Class of 1918. 
Charles Gross Slauson, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Bom at Piqua, Ohio, Nov. 21, 1892. At Rutgers one year. 

With Equitable Trust Co., N. Y. 



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Theodore Howard Smith, 
Born at Camden. N. J, 
Treasurer of Rutgers College, 1912- 

Elroy Wilson Steedle, 

Born at Riverton, N. J., Feb. 4, 1893. 

With Mlchelln Tire Co. 
Joseph Paul Taylor, 

Bom at Asbury Park, N. J., Jan. 7, 1892. 

year. Business. 

KussELL Day Van Sickle, 

Born at Elisabeth, N. J., Nov. 9. 1890. 
RoNSON Joseph Warne, 

Born at Matawan, N. J., Feb. 5, 1892. 
one-balf years. Civil engineering. 

Joseph Grossman Youenes, 

Born at New Orleans, La., Sept. 13, 1890. 



New Brunswick, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1911-12. Assistant to 
?i?e. 1912- . 

New Brunswick, N. J. 

At Rutgers, 1910-14. 

Asbury Park, N. J. 
At Rutgers one 

New Brunswick, N. J. 

Matawan, N. J. 
At Rutgers two and 

Atlantic Highlands, N. J. 



1916. 

A.B. 

Dudley Barnitz Browning, 

Born in New York City, July 14, 1894. 
David Nielson Bulloch, 

Born at Kearney, N. J., Jan. 22, 1891. 
Sherman Lindsley Conklin, 

Born at Fairfield, N. J., Jan. 26, 1894. 
Clarkson Atwood Cranmer, 

Born at Somerville, N. J., Feb. 7, 1895. 
Ross Harrison Flanagin, 

Born at Sykesville, N. J., Oct. 8, 1888. Student, General 

Theol. Sem. 

Donald Dunstan Hand, Keyport, N. J. 
Born at Keene, N. II., July 13, 1894. 

WnjJLA^M Thomas Hutchinson, Freehold, N. J. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., Mch. 9. 1895. Student. 

Edward Stebbins Ingham, New Brunswick, N. J. 
Born at Irvington, N. Y., July 2, 1896. With Travelers' In- 
surance Co. 

♦Wallace Warren Kloepb^el, Maspeth, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1894. Died at New Brunswick, 



Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

Englishtown, N. J. 

Newark, N. J. 
Teacher. 

Somerville, N. J. 
Law student. 

New Brunswick, N. J. 



N. J., Mch. 2, 1916. 
Arthur Robert Lewis, 

Born at Newark, N. J., Sept. 28, 1895. 
Adrian Coley Minton, 

Born at Red Bank, N. J., Nov. 26. 1894. 
Anton Adolph Raven, Jr., 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., Oct. 26, 1895. 
Raymond Bovey SearLe, 

Born at Somerville, N. J., May 25, 1892. 
Ralph Whitaker Voorhees, 



Newark, 
Red Bank, 

New Brunswick, 
Teacher. 

New Brunswick, 
Law student. 

New York, 



Born at Three Bridges, N. J., Oct. 25, 1894. 
Hugo Otto Wendel, 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Sept. 7, 1896. 



Linden, 



N. J. 
N. J. 
N. J. 
N. J. 
N. Y. 
N. J. 



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1916. 



Geobge Henbt Whisleb, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Albany. N. Y.. July 10, 1893. Student, N. B. Sem. 



Darwin Burton Buell, 



Minising, Mich. 



Born at Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 4, 1893. At Rutgers, 1912. Tim- 
berman. 



Lester Donald Murray, 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1892. 
Paul Roeblino, 

Born. at Morris Plains, N. J., May 1, 1893. 



Jersey City, N. J. 
Bemardsville, N J. 



Warsaw, N. Y. 
Newark, N, J. 



Litt.B. 

Glenn Edward Charles, 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., Mch. 15, 1893. 

Loms Benoid Gittleman, 

Born at Pinsk, Russia. Sept. 9, 1895. 
Edwin Lamb Losee, Upper Red Hook, N. Y. 

Born at Upper Red Hook, N. Y., May 13, 1894. 
Cliffobd Anthony McLaughlin, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Dec. 21, 1894. 
Habvey Theodobe Mann, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Feb. 19, 1895. 
Edwabd Louis Peppel, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., June 11, 1895. 
Clifford Frederick Post, Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Bom at Port Jervis, Mch. 25, 1893. Teacher. 
Charles Harold Reed, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick. N. J., Jan. 18, 1895. 
James Bernard Scarr, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. 

Born at HolIIs, Kansas, Feb. 17. 1893. 
William Smith Spraguk, Bamegat, N. J. 

Born at Manahawkin, N. J., Dec. 1. 1894, 
William Chester Wells, Jr., East Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Dec. 24, 1894. 
Ralph Pollock White, Wooster, Ohio. 

Born at Calcutta, India, June 8, 1894. Association War Work 

in Egypt. . 



James Habwood Closson, 3d, Germantown, Pa. 

Born at Germantown, Pa., June 18, 1896. At Rutgers, 1912-13. 

Student, Princeton Univ. 
Robebt Walteb Elliott, Jb., Hartford, Conn. 

Born at Worcester, Mass., Oct. 6, 1891. 
James Eugene Mulligan, Newark, N. J. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Nov. 22, 1893. At Rutgers, 1912. Sec. 

Knickerbocker Storage Co. . 



B.Sc. 

William Penn Estebbbook.Ainswobth, 
Born at Rahway, N. J., Oct. 30, 1893. 

Raymond Munkittbick Austin, 

Born at Detroit, Mich., Dec. 14, 1893. 



Rahway, N. J. 
Caldwell, N. J. 



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ALUMNI. 



305 



Old Bridge, N. J. 

Asbury Park, N. J. 

Bayonne, N. J. 



MuRBAY Appleby Chittick, 

Born at Old Bridge, N. J., June 24, 1894. 
James ^lELvn.i^p Coleman, 

Born at Elizabeth. N. J., May 25, 1895. 
Clifford James Colville, 

Born at Bayonne. N. J., Sept. 19, 1894. 
Tracy Lake Elmendobf, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Brown's Station, N. Y., Feb. 2G, 1889. Farmer. 
Adrain Robert Fisher, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 27, 1895. 
Edwin Florance, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 14. 1896. 
Herbert Francis Haley, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth. N. J.. June 28, 1893. 
Kalston Raymond IIannas, West New York^ N. J. 

Born at Farmingdale. N, Y., Oct. 9, 189rj. 
Geor(je Russell Hartley, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Born at Waldcn, N. Y., Jan. 2. 1895. With Penn. R. R 
George Foster Herben, 

Bom at Evanston, 111., Mch. 17, 1893. 
Richard Bevier Hiller, 

Born at Arlington, N. J.. Juno 29, 1892. 
Stanley Irving Horn, 

Born at Troy, N. Y., Mch. C, 1895. Student 
Charles Henry Hruby, , 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Jan. 7, 1895. 
Jonathan Henry Huntington, 3d, 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 15, 1895 
Edgar Thomas Hurley. 

Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., May 1, 1894. 
Dean Carter Jenkins, 

Born at Dover, N. J., Dec. 5, 1895. 
Frank ('hambliss Johnson, 

B(»rn at East Orange, N. J., Feb. 6, 1894. 

and S. 

Harris Torbert Kille, 

Born at Swedcsboro, N. J., Apr. 17, 1892. Agriculture. 
William H. Wood Komp, Metuchen, N. J. 

Bo!n at Yokohama, Japan, Mch. IG, 1893. 
LiNW(K)D Lawrence Lee, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Trenton, N. J., Jan. 11, 1894. With N. J. Agric. Exper. 

Station. 
Louis Wright Martin, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Perth Araboy, N. J., Jan. 1, 1892. 
Julian Francis Miller, Merchantville, N. J. 

Born at Camden, N. J., Jan. 30, 1894. Asst., U. S. Dept. of 

Agriculture. 
Edward Leslie Molineux, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., Aug. 4, 1894. Chemist 
John Monteith, Jr., 

Born at Chatham, N. J., Dec. 24, 1893. 
Jahed Blanchard Moore, 

Born at Chatham, N. J., May 6, 1893. Florist.^ 
Clarence Albert Morey, 

Born at Warsaw, N. Y., July 6, 1891. 

20 



Westfield, N. J. 

Hurley, N. Y. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Elizabeth, N. J. 



Newark, N. J. 
Life insurance clerk. 

Baldwin, L. I., N. Y. 



Dover, N. J. 

East Orange, N. J. 
Student, Coll. P. 

Swedesboro, N. J. 



Chatham, N. J. 
Chatham, N. J. 
Warsaw, N. Y. 



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Robert Arthur Nasii, Bernardsville, N. J. 

Born In Groat Britain, Dec. 16, 1892. With United Traction 
Co.. Albany, N. Y. 

Wlliam Warren Payne, HamiltAa Square, N. J. 

Born at Stnnfordvllle, N. Y , Jan. 19, 1893. 
Joseph Ratner, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom nt McKeesport, Pa., June 14, 1894. 
Walter Dilts Reese, Westfield, N. J. 

Bom at Westfield, N. J.. Aug. 19, 1894. Engineer. 
Harry Joseph Rockafeller. Jr., Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Asbury Park, N. J., Aug. 26, 1894. 
George Bancroft Roesch, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia. Pa.. Apr. 23, 1895. 
Leo Rogin, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Mohilev, Russia, Apr. 18, 1893. With N. J. Exper. Sta- 
tion. 

Theodore Rosen, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born at Carmel, N. J., Sept. 20, 1895. Farm superintendent. 
Robert Louis Scharring-IIausen, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., Nov. 13, 1894. 
David Schmjdt, Yorktown, Va. 

Bom at Woodbine, N. J., Aug. 11, 1893. Agriculture. 
Herbert Crittenden Segur, Ocean Grove, N. J. 

Born at Dover, N. J., Sept. 11, 1893. 
Ralph George Seiler, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Bom at Covington, Ky., Apr. 3, 1890. • 
Laurence Willis Sharp, Sea Isle City, N. J. 

Born at Petersburg, N. J., Feb. 8, 1894. 
Harry Sloane, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Apr. 15, 1894. Chemist. 
Lewis Jerome Taylor, ' Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Asbury Park, N. J., Aug. 12, 1894. 

Benjamin Edmund Thomas, South Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born at Albany. N. Y., Sept. 3. 1896. Van der Poel Fellow in 
Chemistry, Rutgers, 

♦John Peter Toohey, Jr., Oneonta, N. Y. 

Born at Newburgh, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1891. With Del. and Hud- 
son Co. Killed in an accident, Apr. 29, 1916. 

Wain WRIGHT Darrow Twing, Riverside, N. J. 

Both in Brooklyn, N. Y., June 9, 1893. Civil engineer. 
Frederick John Ulrich, • Haledon, N. J. 

Born at Haledon, N. J.. Nov. 19, 1890. 
Harold Wesley Van Liew, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Bmnswick, N. J., Sept. 20, 1892. 
Eart. Strouse Willever, Belvidere, N. J. 

Born at Belvidere. N. J., July 26, 1894. With United Trac- 

tion Co.. Albany, N. Y., 
Walter Klemmer Wood, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at New Brunswick, N. J., May 10, 1896. 
Joseph Samuel Zass, Woodbine, N. J. 

Born at Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 22, 1894. 



William Whitaker Baer, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Radnor,* Pa., Nov. 23, 1892. Student, Penn. State Col- 
lege. 



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ALUMNI. 



307 



Edward Minton Ball, 

Born at Bloomingdale, N. J., Nov. 1, 1894. 
Charles Egbert Benjamin, 

Born at Port Richmond, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1894. 
Richard B. Bevier, 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1893. B.S. 
William Henry Bowles, 

Bom at Johnstown, Pa., Dec. 28, 1892. 
Arthur Leslie Boyer, 

Born at East Orange, N. J., Oct. 6, 1889. 
William A. Brainard, 



Bloomingdale, N. J. 

Port Richmond, N. Y. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
(Univ. Penn.). 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

East Orange, N. J. 

Saugerties, N. Y. 



Ridgewood, N. J. 
New York City. 



Born at Saugerties, N. Y., Mch. 17, 1892. At Rutgers two and 
one-half years. Operating engineer. 

Christian William Braun, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Paterson, N. J., Oct. 15, 1894. At Rutgers four vears. 
Student. 

George Herman Buck, Buzzards Bay, Mass. 
Bom at Elliot. Me., Dec. 23. 1894. At Rutgers two years. Non- 
graduate, Univ. Penn. Civil engineer. 

Guy Foster BuckmaN, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Hudson, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1893. At Rutgers two years. 
Traffic manager. 

Douglas Cummings, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Soho. N. .1., Aug. 28, 1892. At Rutgers three and one- 
half years. With C. A. Agar Co., Manufacturers of paper boxes. 

Wallace Dunlop, 

Born at Ridgewood, N. J., Sept. 11, 1892. 

Walter Van Horn Farley, 

Born at White Plains, N. Y.. Feb. 13, 1894. At Rutgers two 
and one-half years. With H. E. Lesan Advertising Agency. 

Myron James Folenshee, Schoharie, N. Y. 

Born at Schoharie, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1891. At Rutgers two and 
one-half years. Student. 

Roy William Gates, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born at Central City, Neb., Sept. 2, 1891. At Rutgers one year. 
Experimenter. 

William Louis Gay, Mineola, N. Y.^ 

Bom at Wyoming, N. Y., Mch. 5. 1891. At Rutgers three years. 
With Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works. 

Harold Norman Halstead, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at Elizabeth, N. J., Mch. 27, 1893. 
J. Harry Hayes, " Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Bristoi. Pa., Aug. 2, 1892. . 
Arthur Edward Helmrich, New York, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, June 1, 1892. At Rutgers one year. 

C.E. 
FiDGAR George Herrmann, 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 2, 1892. 
Rohert Pearce Hulsart, 

Born at Manasquan, N. J., Sept. 27, 1894. 
George Moyer Huttenloch, 

Born at Dragston, N. J„ May 6, 1890. 
Harry Benjamin Jackson, 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1893. 
Paul Case James. 

Born in New York City, Jan. 10, 1894. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Manasquan, N. J. 
At Rutgers two years. 

Montclair, N. J. 

Plainfield, N. J. 

Shokan, N. Y. 



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1916. 



Harry Lockwood Jennings, Boston, Mass. 

Born at New Haven. Conn., June 19, 1890. 
Philip Klemmer Kalteissen, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug, 5, 
years. Student. N. J. Law School. 

Albert Kreu, 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 20, 1892. 
Earl MacClary, 

Born at Rahway, N. J., Nov. 4, 1894. 

Publisher. 

Malcolm Mackenzie, 

Born at Pine Bush, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1894. 
With N. J. Zinc Co. 

Garrett Berry Magens, 

Born in Philadelphia, Pa., May 2. 1894. 
Engineer. 

Erwin Lawrence Meisel, 

Born at Westfleld, N. J., Jan. 23. 1893. 
Manuel Noriega, 

Born in Mexico City. Mexico, May 28, 1892, 

Harold Frederick Plusch, 

Born at Catskill, N. Y., Oct. 16, 
Salesman. 

^William Thaddeus Richardson, 

Born at Catskill. N. Y., Feb. 14, 1893. 
Died, Oct. 31, 1915. 

Eugene Francis Rockafeller, 

Born at Asbury Park, N. J., Dec. 13, 1892. 
Georges Dayez Romeike, 

Born in New York City, Feb. 9, 1895. 

one-half years. President, Henry Romeike, 
Laurence Wilson Schenck, 

Born at Mays Landing. N. J., July 9, 1894. 

half year. With N. J. Mosquito Commission. 
Ellis Harold Sciioonmaker, Hasbrouck Heights, N. 

Born in New York City, Oct. 24, 1896. Student. 

William Adolph Schure, Jr., Bound Brook, N. 

Born at Bound Brook, N. J., May 24, 1892. At Rutgers three 
years. Salesman, 

Roselle, N. 
9, 1894. At Rutgers, 1912-13. 



New Brunswick, N. J. 
1894. At Rutgers two 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

Rahway, N. J. 
At Rutgers three years. 

Flushing, N. Y. 
At Rutgers one year. 

Lansdowne, Pa. 

At Rutgers two years. 

Springfield, N. J. 
Mexico City, Mexico. 



Catskill, N. Y. 
1892. At Rutgers, 1912-13. 



i''atskill, N. Y. 
At Rutgers, 1912-13. 

Asbury Park, N. J. 



At Rutgers 
Inc. 



Ne\v York City, 
two and 



Atlantic City, N. 
At Rutgers one- 



Edward Paul Smaney, 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept, 

Journalist. 
Raymond Stroiil, 

Born at Ilazlcton, Pa., July 9, 1892. 

With U. S. Survey. 
David Carle Succop, 

Born at Pittsburgh. Pa., Aug. 12, 1893. 

Manager, Knight Tire Co. 

Eugene Richmond Taylor, 

Born at Salem. N. J., Jan. 18. 1895. 
Philip Gerald Tormay, Jr., 

Born at Middletown, Conn., Dec. 23, 1892. 

Hudson Co. 
Edward Judson Van Wagner, Plainfield, N. J 

Born at Harrisburg, Pa,, Oct. 10, 1893. At Rutgers three years. 
John Schenck Voorhees, New Brunswick, N. J 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 20, 1893. Farmer. 



Elizabeth, N. J. 
At Rutgers three years. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
At Rutgers one year. 

Salem, N. J. 

Scranton, Pa. 
With Delaware and 



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Albert Watman, Bayonne, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Jan. 22, 1894. At Rutgers, 1912-13. 
Pharmacist. 

Paul Sandt West, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Asbury, N. J.; Nor. 10. 1894. 

Otto Edward Wiemer, Rah way, N. J. 

Born at Hoboken, N. J., Dee. 2, .1899. 



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GRADUATE STUDENTS. 



Fbancis Cutler Van Dyck, 1865-66, A.B. (Rutgers, 1865). 
*Mabtin Nevius Wtckoff, 1877-78. A.B. (Rutgers, 1872). 

John Edwakd Elmendobf, 1878-81. A.B. (Rutgers, 1878). 
♦Sei-ichi Kudo, 1878-79. A.B. (Rutgers, 1878). 

Howard Davidson ITerhune, 1878-81. A.B. (Rutgers, 1878). 

William Davis Schoonmaker, 1880-81. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1880). 

Joseph Appleton Van Mater, 1880-81. A.B. (Rutgers, 1880). 
*Theodore Burges Booraem, 1881-85, A.B. (Rutgers, 1881). 

Charles Taylor Pomeroy, 1881-82. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1877). 
* Jacob Chester Chamberlain, 1882-83. A.B. (Rutgers, 1882). 

Charles Leavitt Edgar, 1882-83. A.B. (Rutgers, 1882). 
*Robebt Adbain, 1883-84. A.B. (Rutgers, 1873). 

William Christian Milleb, 1883-84. A.B. (Rutgers, 1883). 

John Ehrick Parmly, 

Jn Class of 1884, Rutgers. A.B. (Princeton, 1883). 

Alan Hartwell Strong, 1883-85. A.B. (Rutgers, 1874). 
*Henri Veghte, 1883-84. A.B. (Rutgers, 1877). 
♦John Schenck Voorhees, 1883-85. A.B. (Rutgers, 1876). 

Frederick Weigel, 188^-85. A.B. (Rutgers, 1880). 

John William McKelvey, 1884-85. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 18S4). 

Charles Edward Pattison, 1884-85. A.B. (Rutgers, 1884). 

Franklin Stoddart Smith, 1884-85. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1884). 

James Henry Van Cleef, 1884-85. 

In Class of 1863. Rutgers. A.B. (Lafayette, 1863). 
♦Pennington Ranney, 1885-88, Colorado Springs, Col. 

Residence when a student, Elizabeth, N. J, A.B. (Princeton, 
1882). A.M. (Princeton, 1885). Died, July 18, 1897. 

Adrian Vermeule, Jr., 1885-86. A.B. (Rutgers, 1885). 
Louis Augustus Voorhees, 1885-88. A.B. (Rutgers, 1885). 
Henry Holmes Palmer, 1887-88. A.B. (Rutgers, 1887). 
*Harry Atwater Smith, 1887-88. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1887). 
Harold Tait, 1887-88. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1887). 
♦Charles H. Vannier, 1887-88. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1872). 
Sam Corle Schenck, 1889-90. A.B. (Rutgers, 1889). 
James Albert Kelsey, 1890-94. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1893). 
Spencer Ambrose Beach, 1891-92, Ames, Iowa. 

Born at Summer Hill, N. Y., 1860. B.S.A. (Iowa Agric. Coll., 

1887). Praf. Horticulture and Botany, Texas Agric. and Mech. 

Coll., 1890-91. Prof. Horticultuire, Iowa Agric. Coll., 1905- . 

Vice Dean, do., 1906- . 

♦Robert Boorman Strong, 1891-92, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born June 3, 1871. A.B. (Princeton, 1891). A.M. (Princeton, 
1894). E.E. (Princeton, 1894). Electrical engineer and con- 
tractor. Died, 1904. 

James Monroe White, 1891-92, Starkville, Miss. 

M.S. (Agric. and Mech. Coll., Miss.). 



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ASHER ATiiiNSON, 1892-94. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1885). 

PniLiP Cook Thomas, 1894-95. A.B. (Rutgers, 1894). 

John Henry Thompson, 189^95. A.B. (Rutgers, 1894). 

Gabriel Ludlow, 1896-97. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1895). 

Edwin Corwin McKeag, 1896^97. A.B. (Rutgers, 1896). 
' William Van Bergen Van Dyck, 1896-97. (Rutgers, 1896). 

Frederick Harvey Blodqett, 1897-99. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1897). 

John Provost Stout, 1897-98. A.B. (Rutgers, 1895). 

Clifford Philip Case, 1898-99. A.B. (Rutgers, 1897). 

Jacob Good ALE Lipman, 1898-99, 1901-03. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1898). 

Albert Chester De Reqt, 1900-02, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Clinton. N. Y.. Nov. 24, 1877. A.B. (Hamilton, 1000). 
M.Sc. (Hamilton, 1904). Instructor in Chemistry, Rutgers, 
1902-06. Associate Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers, 1906- . 

Chilion Bobbins Roselle, 1900M)1. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1900). 

George Winfield Nuttman, 1901-06. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1890). 

Edg-ar Ijsek Dickerson, 1902-10. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1902). 

James Paulding Read, 1902-03. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1901). 

Daniel Herbert Applegate, Jr., 1903-04. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1903). 

Howard Weston Bloomfiei.d, 1^^8-04. Cr.E. (Rutgejs, 1916). 

David Raymond Edgar, 1903-04. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1903). 

Frank Abram Morris, 1905-06. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1904). 
♦Nahum David Shore, 1906-08. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1906). 
Blodgett Fellow in Science, 190(J-07. 

J^ercy Edgar Brown, 1906-10. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1906). 

Frank Randall Pratt, 1906^7. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1906). 

Charles Thiers Thompson, 1908-09. Ditt.B. (Rutgers, 1908). 
Van der Poel Fellow in Chemistry. 

Edward Francis Johnson, 1908-09. A.B. (Rutgers, 1901). 

Herbert Wills Moore, 1908-09. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1904). 

Edwin Conrad Alfobd, 1909-10. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1900). 
Van der Poel Fellow in Chemistry. 

Frederick Locke Bascom, 1909-10. Litt.B. (Rutgers, 1909). 

George Wilmot Hart, 1900-10. Litt.B. (Rutgers, 1909). 

Marvin Ketch am Du Bois, 1910-11. Litt.B. (Rutgers, 1910). 
Van der Poel Fellow in Chemistry, 

James Claude Thomson, 1910-12. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1910). 
Van der Poel Fellow in Chemistry. 

Charles James Thomas Doryland, 1910-11, Agric. College, N. D. 

Born at Junction City. Kansas, June 1.1, 1880, B.Sc. (Kansas 
State Agric. Coll., 1908). M.Sc. (I>o.. 1010). Soil Bacteriolo- 
gist, Agricultural College, N. I)., lf)04- . 

Arthur Thomas McMichael, 1910-11. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1910). 
Wallace Todd Eakins, 1911-12. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1911). 

Blodgett Fellow in Science. 
John De Lancey Ferguson, 1911-12. A.B. (Rutgers, 1911). 

Herbert Fellow in Political Science. 
Lloyd Mervyn Van Ness, 1911-12. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1011). 

Van der Poel Fellow in Chemistry. 
Aaron Martin Hageman, 1912-13. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1912) 

Van der Poel Fellow in Chemistry. ^ 

Edward Collier Scott, 191^13. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1912^ 

Van der Poel Fellow in Chemistry. 



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John \ml Bissett, 1913-14. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1912). 

Van der Pool Fellow in Chemistry. 
Henry Clay Lint, 1013-16. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1915), 

Sulphur Research Fellow. 
Geokge Stanley Robins. 1913-14. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1913). 

Van der Poel Fellow in Chemistry. 
David Augl'stus Coleman, 1914-lG. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1916). 

Sodium Nitrate Research Fellow. ^ 
Ralph Clayton (^ook, 1914-16, Russell, Pa. 

Porn at Russell, Pa.. Nov. 2o, 1890. R.S. (Penn. State Coll., 

1013). Ammonium Sulphate Research Follow. 
George Peter Kocn. 1914-16, Elma, Wash. 

Roi-n at Elma. Wash.. Apr. 26. 1890. B.S. (Washington State 

Coll.. 1013). M.S. (Univ. Minnesota, 1914). Potash Research 

Fellow. 
Nicholas Kopeloff, 1914-16. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1916). 

Pulverized Limestone Research Fellow. 
Arthur Costello Metcalf, 1914-16. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1914). ' 

Van der Poel Fellow in Chemistry. 
Edward Robert Sohmid, 1914-16. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1914). 

Van der Poel Fellow in Chemistry. 
Franklin Elmer Allison, 1915-16, Oakland City, Ind 

Rorn at Oakland City. Tnd., Nov. 10. 1892. B.S. A. (Purdue, 

1914). M.S.A. (Iowa State, 1915). Amo.-Phos. Research Fel- 
low. 

Victor George Aubry. 1915-16, Greenwich, Conn. 

Porn in Rrooklyn. N. Y., Feh. 2.5, 1891.- B.S. (Connecticut 
A eric. 1912). Asst. Professor of Animal Hushandry. Univ. 
Maine. 1912-14. PTxtension Specialist in Poultry Husbandry. 

Homer Eigexe STarney, 1915-16, Hamilton, Ohio. 

Born af Dayton, O.. Nov. 9, 1802. A.B. (Miami, 1915). Re- 
search Assistant in Botanv. 

Franklin Oscar Church, 1915-16. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1914). 
Research Assistant in Hydraulic p]nglneering. 

Roland Edavard Curtis, 1915-16, Lordsburg, Cal. 

Born at North Yakima. Wash., July 24. 1892. B.S. A. (Oregon 
Agric. Coll., lOl.j). Research Assistant in S.oil Bacteriology. 

Carl Raymond Fellers, 1915-16. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1916). 
Soy Bean Research Fellow.- 

Arthur Crawford Foster, 1915-16, West Raleigh, N. C. 

B.S. (Alabama Polvtechnic Inst., 1914). Research Assistant 
in Botany. North Carolina Agric. Experiment Station, 1916- . 

Weijster Sherburn KROt t. 1915-16, Bremen, Ohio. 

Born at North Berne. Ohio. .Tan. 4. 1888. B.Sc. (Ohio State 
Univ.. 191.-). MA. (Ohio State Vniv., 1915). Research As- 
sistant in Plant Pathology. 

Bryce iNGLis M^cDoNALD. 1915-16. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1914). 

Harry Charles McLean, 1915-16. M.Sc. (Rutgers, 1916). 

Chemist, soil research. 
WiLLiA^L Hope Martin, 1915-16, Carlisle, Pa. 

Born at Carlisle, Pa..' June 3, 1890. B.A. (Univ. Maine, 191.'). 

Assistant Pathologist. 

William Soix)mon Porte, 1915-16. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1915). 
Research Assistant in Botany. 

Fidel Paul Schlatter, 1915-16, Tunkhannock, Pa. 

Born at Tunkhannock. Pa.. Nov. 24. 1891. B.Sc. (Penn. State 
Coll., 1915). Research Assistant in Cranl)erry Investigation. 



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Orville Cabl Schultz, 1915-16, Postville, Iowa. 

• Born at Postville, Iowa, Oct. 29, 1892. B.Sc. (Iowa State 
Coll., 1915). Research Assistant in Botany. 

WiLLABD Chandler Thompson, 1915-16, Sun Prairie, Wis. 

Born at Sun Prairie, Wis., Nov. 24, 1890. B.Sc. (Univ. Wis- 
consin, 1912). Research Assistant in Poultry. 



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HUTGERS COLLKGE. 



ADVANCED DEGREES. 



Degrees granted on the completing of required graduate courses. 



1880. 
C.E. 

COBNEUUS ClARKSON VEBMEUU!, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1878). 



1881. 
C.E. 



Alfred Alexander Titswobth, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1877) 



Ph.B. 



John Edwabd Elmendobf, 



A.B. (Ri^tgers, 1878). 



1882. 








C.E. 








George Htll, 


b'Sc. 


(Rutgers, 


1879) 


1884. 








C.E. 








Nathaniel B. Klink Hoffman, • 


B.Sc. 


(Rutgers, 


1882) 


Frederick William Malcolm, 


B.Sc. 


(Rutgers, 


1881) 



Ph.D. 



KOBEBT HABLEY BABB, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1875). 



1885. 
C.E. 



♦Frederick Wagoner Bennett, 
♦Samuel De Vere Burr, 
George Elton Jenkins, 
George Henry Johnson, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1882). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1875). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1883). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1882). 



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315 





1886. 








CE. 






♦Edson DeWint Baton, 


1888. 
CE. 


B.Sc. 


(Rutgers, 1883). 


AsHEB Atkinson, 


1889. 
CE. 


B.Sc. 


(Rutgers, 1885). 


John Moyeb Farley,. 
William Henby Lusteb, Jb. 


1890. 
CE. 


B.Sc. 
B.Sc. 


(Rutgers, 1886). 
(Rutgers, 1884). 


IlABBY Joseph Mabch, 


1891. 
CE. 


B.Sc. 


(Rutgers, 1887). 


John Edwabd Hill, 


1892. 
CE. 


B.Sc. 


(Rutgers, 1884). 


Albert Cornelius Arend, 
Edward Howell, 
♦Edward Ingelow Pitman, 


1893. 
M.Sc. 


B.Sc. 
B.Sc. 
B.Sc. 


(Rutgers, 1889). 
(Rutgers, 1889). 
(Rutgers, 1877). 


James Albert Kelsey, 

B.S. (Iowa Agricultural College). 




Clarinda, Iowa. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



1894. 
C.E. 



George Henby Blakeley, 
Edward Dubyee, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1884). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1878). 



1895. 
B.D. 

Charles Edward Corwin, A.B. (Rutgers, 1892). 

Frederick Kienhold Shield, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at La Crosse, Wis., Mcli. 23, 1868. N. B. Sem., 1895. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 



John Charles Aydelott, 



C.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1891). 



1896. 
B.D. 

Addison Caleb Bird, 

Born at Hawthorne, N. Y., May 9, 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Henry Charles Cussler, 

Frank Malven, 

Marcus J. Roop, 

Born at Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 2, 1871. 

Tiffin, Ohio, 1893). N. B. Sem., 1896. 

Albert Henry von Schlieder, 

Henry Clifford Willoughby, 

Born at Newark, N. J., Mch. 6, 1866. 
man, R. C. A. 



Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
1869. N. B. Sem., 1896. 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1893). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1893). 
Middletown, N. Y. 
A.B. (Heidelberg Univ., 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1893). 
Fort Plain, N. Y. 
N. B. Sem., 1896. Clergy 



1897. 
B.D. 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1894). 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1894). 

Hawthorne;, N. Y. 

Born at Glasgow, Scotland, Feb. 19, 1869. Univ. Glasgow, 
1S94. N. B. Sem., 1897. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

♦Raymond Augustus Lansing, Lisha's Kill, N. Y. 

Born at Lisha's Kill. N. Y., June 26, 1873. A.B. (Union, 1894). 
N. B. Sem., 1897. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, Mar. 7, 1903. 

Charles Judson Scudder, A.B. (Rutgers, 1889). 

Henry Johnstone Scudder, A.B. (Rutgers, 1890). 



I'rederick Jacob Barny, 
William Edgar Compton, 
James Campbell Forbes, 



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Walteb Tracy Scuddeb, 
Asa SHI Segawa, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1892). 
Saga, Japan. 



Clergyman. Evangelist, South Japan Mission, R. C. A. Grad- 
uate In Theology, Meljl Gakuln. 1879. 



1898. 
B.D. 

TiiEODOBE Floyd Bayles, Bayonne, N. J. 

Born at West Kortright. N. Y., July 25, 1871. A.B. (Union, 
1895). N. B. Scm., 1898. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

G ARRET Flikkema, Palmyra, N. Y. 

Born at Fulton 111., Deo. 21, 1868. A.B. (Univ. Nebraska, 
1895). N. B. Sem., 1898. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Harris Abraham Freer, North Hackansack, N. J. 

Porn at Kingston, N. Y., Sept. 25. 1860. N. B. Sem., 1808. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. ^ 

Charles Wyckoff (Ulick, Rutgers, 1895. 

Hans Henry* Spoer, Wolverhampton, England. 

Born at Crefeld. Germany, Aug. 1. 1873. N. B. Sem.. 1898. 
Ph.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1890). Lecturer in Hebrew Cognate Lan- 
guages and O. T. Studies, Meadville Theol. School. 100.">-06. 
Lecturer in Hebrew, SyJiac and N. T. Exegesis. Licefield Theol. 
College, England, 1009-10. Clergyman, Church of England, 
1911- . 

John Vander Meulen, Denver, Col. 

Born at Holland, Mich., Oct. 16, 1870. A.B. (Hope, 1895). 
A.M. (Chicago, 1907). N. B. Sem., 1808. Cong, clergyman. 

Herman Charles Weber, A.B. (Rutgers, 1895). 



Frederick Seymour Smith. 



C.E. 

1899. 
B.D. 



Henry Wells Brink, 
William Isaac Chamberlain, 
John Brownlee Voorhees, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1891). 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1896). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1882). 
A.B. (Rutger.s, 1896). 



C.E. 



Frank Conoveb Maxley. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1896). 



1900. 
C.E. 



George Elbert Jackson, 
Robert Stevens Parsons, 
James Scott Thompson, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1896). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1895). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1894). 



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BUTOERS COLLEGE. 



1901. 
B.D. 

Charles Frederick Benjamin, Jr., A.B. (Rutgers, 1898). 

Peter Paul Cheff, Zeeland, Mich. 

Born at Rotterdam, Netherlands, Oct. 9, 1873. N. B. Sem., 

1901. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Howard Rutsen Furbeck, Annandale, N. J. 

Bom at Interlaken. N. Y., June 19. 1876. A.B. (Union, 1897). 

N. B. Sem., 1901. Clergyman, R. C. A. 



Eugene Bogert, 
Thomas Herbert Letson, 



G.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1895). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1896). 



William Reese Hart, 
James Macdonald Martin, 



1902. 
B.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1899). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1899). 



William Jacob Cooper, 
♦Robert Joseph Dougherty, 
James Wallace Higginb, 
John Jervis Vail, 



G.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1892). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1891). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1893). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1898). 



1903. 
B.D. 

Garret Hondelink, Muskegon, Mich. 

Born at Grand Rapids, Mich., Apr. 11, 1876. A.B. (Hope, 
1900). N. B. Sem., 1903. Clergyman, R. C. A. 



C.E. 



Louis Ulrich Strassburger, 
George McClellan Taylor, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1898). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1877). 



1904. 
B.D. 



George W. Gulick, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1901). 



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319 



1906. 
C.E. 



John Eakl Jones, 

Frederick George von Gehren, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1903). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1899). 



Ralph Crosby Morris, 



1907. 
B.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1903). 



Fred Le Roy Brown, 
John Finley Drake, 
Richard Heuser, 
Charles Vernon Smith, 
I/EWis Maxwell Young, 



G.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1904). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1898). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1904). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1898). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1904). 



William Hobart Giebel, 



1908. 
B.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1904). 



♦William Abner Corieli., 
Alfred Berry Nelson, 



C.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1880). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1879). 



1909. 
B.D. 

Jacob Carleton Pelgrim, Frankfort, Ky. 

Bom at Holland, Mich., June 9, 1883. A.B. (Hope, 1905). N. 
B. Sem.. 1908. Presb. clergyman. 



C.E. 



William B. Carter, 

George Washington Conover, 

Howard Spooner Gay, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1903). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1903). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1906). 



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EUTGEES COLLEGE. 



1910. 
C.E. 



CUABLES B. CONOVEE, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1895). 



1911. 
B.D. 

Leonard Appeldoorn, Mellenville, N. Y. 

Born at Kalamazoo, Mich., Dec. 5, 1879. A.B. (Kalamazoo, 
1907). N. B. Sem., 1910. Clergyman, R. C. A. 



C.E. 



William Louis Kuehnle, 
Dale Charles Roberts, 
Arthur Cunningham Swift, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1902). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1905). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1908). 



Royal Arthur Stout, 



1912. 
B.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1907). 



Spencer Cone Devan, 
Alvin Bartholdi Fox, 
Alfred John Mahnken, 



C.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1902). , 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1908). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1908). 



William James Lansiey, 



E.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1888). 



Percy Edgar Brown, 



Ph.D. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1906). 



1913. 
C.E. 



Charles Bloomfield Cabman, 
Robert Allen Lufburrow, 
Bergen Stelle Merrill, 
John William Moffett, 
Louis Powers, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1908). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1908). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1908). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1908). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1910). 



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321 



1914. 
B.D. 

Teunis Earl Gouwens, Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

Born at »outh Holland, 111., July X3, 1886. A.B. (Hope, 1909). 
N. B. Sem., 1912. Clergyman, K. C. A. 

Charles Frederic Stube, Tindivanam, India. 

Born at Fultonville, N. Y., Aug. 22. 1886. A.B. (Hamilton, 
1910). N. B. Sem., 1913. Missionary, R. C. A. 



David Alexander Decker, 
Charles Robert Duncan, 
Roy Ormond Henszey. 



G.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1906). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1906). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1911). 



E.E. 

Frank Hasbrouck Van Winkle, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1910).. 



1915. 
M.Sc. 

Henry Clay Lint (also Ph.D., 1916), Kansas City, Kan. 

Born at Ada, Kansas, Oct. 20, 1890. B.S. (Kansas Agric. Coll., 



1912). 

Herbert William Heilmann, 
John Le Roy Herbeb, 
John Roderick Sexton, 
Elmer Leigh Walker, 



G.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1912). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1911). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1911). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1912). 



James Claude Thomson, 



1916. 
B.D. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1^0). 



M.Sc. 

David Augustus Coleman, South Framingham, Mass. 

Born at Natick, Mass., Mch. 15, 1892. B.Sc. (Mass. Agric. 

Coll., 1914). 
Carl Raymond Fellers, Colosse, N. Y. 

Born at Hastings, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1893. A.B. (Cornell, 1915). 

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KUTGEKS COLLEGE. 



Nicholas Kopeloff 

Born in Now York City. June 6, 
B.Sc. in Agr. (Cornell, 1914). 

IlABRY ChABLES McLEAN, 

Bgrn in Jewell county, Kansas, Oct. 2, 
Agric. Coll., 1908). 



New York City. 
1890. B.Sc. (Columbia, 1912). 



New Brunswick, N. 
1885. B.Sc. (Kansas 



Oliver Fritts Mitchell, 
Arthur Boyle Murphy, 



G.E. 



B.Sc. 
B.Sc. 



(Rutgers, 1913). 
(Rutgers, 1910). 



M.E. 



Henry Anthony Cozzens, Jr., 
Frederic Glander, 
John Preston Mailler, 
James Walter Mailler, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1913). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1912). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1912). 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1912). 



Or.E. 

Howard WestuN Bloomfield, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born near Metuchen. N. J., Dec. 30. 1880. B.Sc. (C. C, N. Y., 
1901). Secretary, Treasurer and Manager, Clay Products Co 

Herman Arthur Plusch, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1904). 

Henry Clay Lint, Ph.D. (also M.Sc, 1915). 



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MEDICAL SCHOOL 1 792-1.835. 

1792. 
M.B. 

♦Francis Rientord, Canada. 

♦John Baptist Rientord, Canada. 

♦Charles Smith, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born, 1767. A.B. (Princeton, 1786). A.M. (Queen's, 1791). 

Senior Tutor, Queen's, 1793-94. Tutor, Queen's. 1807. Trustee, 

Queen's, 1804-39. Fellow, Coll. P. & S., New York, 1814. Died, 

May 7, 1848. 

Honorary M.D. 

♦Jonas Smith Addoms, New York City. 

Practiced in New York City. Died in West Indies. 

♦Jabez Campfield, Morristown, N. J. 

Born in Newark, N. J., Dec. 24. 1737. Coll. N. J., 1759. Senior 
Surgeon, Continental Army. With Sullivan's expedition, 1779. 
Diary published by N. J. Historical Society. Surrogate of Mor- 
ris county, 1785-1803. Died, May 30. 1821. 

♦Nicholas Romayne, New York City. 

Born^in New York City, Sept., 1756. M.D. (Univ. Edinburgh). 
Professor of the Medical School, 1812-17. Founder and first 
President of Coll. P. & S., New York, 1807. First President of 
N. Y. Medical Society. Trustee, Columbia, 1783-93. Died, July 
21, 1817. 

♦Henry M. Van Sol^ngen, New York City. 

1793. 
M.D. 

♦Abraham Brower. 

♦Charles Buxton, ' New York City. 

Born at Radbourne, England, Dec, 1768. Studied at ITniv. 

Edinburgh. Established chemical works at Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Practiced in New York City. Died, Nov. 12, 1833. 
♦John Clark, New York (;iiy 

Born, Feb. 5, 1773. Physician. Wholesale druggist. Died, 

June 20, 1836. 

♦Abraham Corneiison. 
♦Gardner Jonjcs. 
♦Samuel Watkins. 

Honorary M.D. 

♦Richard Sharpe Kissam, New York City. 

Born in New York City, 1763. M.D. (TTnlv. Edinburgh, 1787). 
Professor of the Medical School, 1702- Surgeon of the New 

York Hospital. Declined chair of Bninnv at Columbia, 1792. 
Died, Oct.. 1822. 



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RUTGEES COLLEGE. 



♦William Moore, New York City. 

Born at Newtowo. L. I.. 1754. M.D. (Univ. Edinburgh, 1780). 
Professor of the Medical School, 1792- . President of the 
Medical Society o€ the County of New York. Trustee, Coll. P. & 
S. Died, April, 1824. 

1812. 
M.D. 

* David Reeve Akneil. 

M.A. (Williams, 1824). Died, 1826. 

♦Joannes Cummings Cheeseman, New York City. 

Born in New York City, July 20, 1788. Surgeon to. the public 
institutions on Blackwell's Island. Surgeon to Bellevue Hospital." 
Trustee, Coll. P. & S., 1827-62. Died, Oct. 11, 1862. 

*Sx\.MUEL Jackson. 

A.B. (Columbia, 1809). 
♦Samuel McAuley. 
♦James Livingston Van Kleeck, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Practiced in Poughkeepsie until his death in 1816. 



1813. 
M.D. 

♦Jesse Coe. 

1814. 
M.D. 

♦Pardon Brownell, * West Port, Mass. 

Brother of Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, Bishop of Connecticut. 
♦Jacob 1 De Lamater, Albany, N. i'. 



(?) Germantown, Pa. 



1815. 
M.D. 

♦Lewis Carlisle. 
♦Ebenezer Coe, Jr., 

Born, Oct. 11, 1789. 
♦Isaac Coe, ( ?) Indianapolis, Ind. 

A physician of this name practiced one year at Readington, N. 

J., 1815-16. Born, July 25, 1782. 
♦Jonathan Johnson, Guilderland, N. Y. 

Physician. Inspector of Common Schools. Died, May 23, 1860. 
♦John Meeker. 
♦Charles H. Pickett. 
♦Hugh Sweeny. 

1816. 
M.D. 

♦Elk AN AH M. Beck with, Bridgetown, Nova Scotia. 

Born in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, Feb. 24, 1792. Practiced at 
Bridgetown. Died young. 



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♦Richmond Bkownell, Providence, R. I. 

Brother of Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, Bishop of Connecticut. 

A.B. (Union, 1812). Died, 1864. 
♦Bern W. Budd, New York City. 

Born at Chatham. N. J. Practiced In Newarit and later in New 

York City. Conchologlst. Died, Jan. 3. 1863, 
♦Joseph Rodman Drake, New York City. 

Bom in New York City, Aujf. 7, 1795. Distinguished poet. 

Author of "The Culprit Fay" and other poems. Friend of 

Halleck. With him author of "The Croakers." Died, Sept. 21, 

1820. 
♦Samuel L. Ward, Belleville, N. J. 

Very successful. Called the Natural Physician. Died, June 14, 

1869. 
♦Isaac Wood, New York City. 

Born in Clinton. N. J., Aug. 21. 1793, Fellow, Coll. P. & S.. 

1829. President N. Y. State Medical Society. Inspector of 

Common Schools, 1844. Died, March 25. 1868. 



1827. 
M.D.. 

♦Solomon Andrews, Pertli Amboy, N. J. 

Practiced in Perth Amboy. Collector of the Port of Perth 

Amhoy, 1844-45. Inventor of the locks still used in U. S. 
mail pouches. Died, Oct. 20, 1872. 
♦Conyngham Crawford, Clinton, La. 

Practiced at Clinton. N. J.. 1828-32. M.D. (Jefferson Med. 
Coll., 1834). Removed to Louisiana and died there. 

♦Samuel G. Dimmick, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Born. Dec. 12. 1800. Practiced at Monticello. N. Y. (1827-32) 
and- Bloomingburgh, N. Y. (1832-60), Died, Jan. 24, 1871. 

♦Alexander Dunham. 

♦Charles Dupont. 

♦John F. Ellis. 

♦Samuel Corp Ellis. 

♦Joseph Warren Fearing, Providence, R. I. 

A.B. (Brown. 1823). A.M. (Brown). Died, Nov. 24, 1862. 
♦John T., Ferguson. 

A.b! (Columbia, 1823). A.M. (Columbia). 
♦WnXIAM L. GftAHAM. 

♦EzEKiEL LovEJOY, Owego, N. Y. 

A.B. (Union, 1823). A.M. Died, 1872. 
♦Charles S. Lucas, 
♦Hamilton Morton, New York City. 

a.b. (Columbia, 1824). A.M. (Columbia, 1834). 
♦Alexander H. Neil. 
♦John D. Ogden, New York City. 

Admitted to N. Y. County Medical Soc, 1832. Fellow of N. Y. 

Academy of Med., 1847. 

♦Horatio W. Orcutt. 

♦Peter Pratt. 

♦Washington Ritter. 

♦Eliphalet St. John, (?) New Canaan, Conn. 

A man of this name received A.B. from Yale in 1791, and died at 
New Canaan, Conn.. July 27, 1845. 



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♦WiLLL^M Seaman. 

♦William Stevenso>\ 

♦Garbet G. Terhune, Passaic, N. J. 

Born In Bergen county. N. J.. Oct. 9, 1801. A.B. (Princeton, 

1823). First President of Passaic County Medical Society. 

Died, July 2, 1885. 
*Samuel Tbeadwell. 
♦Richard A. Varick, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Died, Aug. 10, 1871. 
♦Peter DeLamater Vroom, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Dec. 23. 1800. Practiced in Somerville, 

N. J., and New York City. Resided in Jersey City from 1843. 

First President, Board of Education of Jersey City, 1851-65. 

Judge, Court of Common Pleas, 1854. Treasurer of Jersey City, 

1857-65. Died, Oct. 16, 1865. 

♦Gregory Weems. 
♦Joseph M. Wood. 

Honorary M.D. 

* Lewis Belden. 

. A.B. (Princeton, 1811). 

♦John Mesier Cornelison, Bergen, N. J. 

Born at Bergen, N. J., Apr. 29, 1802. A.B. (Union, 1822). 
Member, N. J. Assembly, 1832. Lay Judge, Court of Errors and 
Appeals, 1851-67. Mayor of Bergen, 1869. Died, May 24, 1875. 

♦Thomas Fearn, Huntsville, Ala. 

Bom at Dansville, Va., Nov. 15, 1789. A.B. (Washington Col- 
lege. Va.). Died, Jan. 16, 1863. 

♦Lucius Heermans. 
♦Thomas P. Jones. 

M.A. (Williams, 1811). Died, 1851. 
♦Samuel S. Kuypers. 

♦Samuel Osborn New York City. 

♦David Rogers, New York City. 

♦Henry Schenck, Pennsylvania. 

1830. 
Honorary M.D. 

♦Stephen S. Rapalje, New York City. 

Surgeon. U. S. Navy. 1823-56. Died on board the U.'s. steamer 
"Wabash" at New York, Sept. 11, 1856. 

♦John Rosekrantz. 

1831. 
Honorary M.D. 

♦Thomas Brown Gautier, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born in Bergen county. N. J.. July 5, 1797. M.D. (Coll. P. & 
S., 1823). Died, April 11, 1850. 

♦Xavier Tessier, Quebec, Canada. 



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1832. 




M.D. 

♦Edgar F. Peck, 
♦Alexander Robinson, 

A.B. (Columbia, 1824). A.M. (Columbia). 


New York City. 
New York City 


1835. 




Honorary M.D. 

♦John S. Congar, 


New York City. 



A.B. (Princeton, 1809). A.M. 



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Honorary Degrees. 

1783. 
A.M. 

♦A-NDKEW KiRKPATRiCK, New Brimswick, N. 

Korn at Mine Brook, N. J., Feb. 17, 1756. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1775). A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1778). Chief Justice of Supreme 
Court of New Jersey, 1803-30. Trustee, Queen's, 1792-1831. 
Tmstoe, Coll. N. J., 1807-31. Died, Jan. 7. 1831. 



1789. 
D.D. 

♦Hebmanus Meyeb, Pompton Plains, N. J. 

Born at Bremen, Germany, July 27, 1733. Studied at Gronin- 

§eti University, 1757. R. D. clergyman. Prof. Hebrew, 1784- 
1. Lector in Theology, 1786-91. Died, Oct. 27, 1791. 

*TnEODOUic (Dirck) Romeyn, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Born at Hackonsack, N. J., .Tan. 12, 1744. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1765). R, D. clergyman. Prof. Theology, 1797-1804. Presi- 
dent. General Synod, 1797. Trustee, Queen's, 1785-1804. 
Died, April 16, 1804. 

1791. 
A.B. 

♦Robert IIett Chapman, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1789). A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1792). D.D. (Wil- 
liams, 1815). President, Univ. North CaTolina, 1812-16. Died, 
June 18, 1833. 

A.M. 

*CiiARLEs Smith, M.B. (Queen's, 1772). 

LL.D. 

♦Robert Mobbis, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., 1745. First Justice Supreme 
Court af New Jersey, 1777-79. Judge, U. S. Court for District 
of New Jersey, 1790-1815. Trustee, Queen's, 1792-1815. Died, 
May 2, 1815. 

1792. 
A.M. 

*Jos?:ph Fabmab. 

♦Abbaham Van Vechten (also LL.D., 1813), Albany, N. Y. 

Lawyer. First lawyer admitted to practice after adoption of 
state constitution. Attorney-General, N. Y.. 1810, 1813-15. 
Member, Constitutional Convention, 1821. Died, May 10, 1823. 



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D.D. 

*Henby VAX Dygk. 

A.B. (Columbia, 1761). Trustee, Queen's, 1791-1804. 



1794. 
A.M. 

♦Samuel Haskell, New Brunswick, N. J. 

A.B. (Yale, 1790). Clergyman. Rector, Grammar School. Died, 
1845. 

1810. 
A.M. 

♦RoBEKT Adrain, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Carrickfergus, Ireland, Sept. 30, 1775. LL.D. (Col- 
umbia, 1818). Prof. Mathematics, Queen's, 1809-13, 1825-27. 
Prof. Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, Columbia, 1813-25. 
Prof. Mathematics, Univ. Penn., 1827-34. Vice-Provost, Univ. 
Penn., 1828-34. Died, Aug. 10, 1843. 

*CoiiNELnj8 BoGARDUS, Schenectady, N. Y. 

• Born, Sept. 25, 1780. Studied Theology un^er Livingston. 

Licensed by classis of New York, 1808. R. D. clergyman. 
Died. Dec. 13, 1812. 

♦Peter LiOwe, Flatbush, L. I., N. Y. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., 1764. Studied under Livingston. R. 
D. clergyman. Principal, Erasmus Hall Academy, 1805-18. 
Died, June 11, 1818. 

D.D. 

♦Gebardus Arense Kuypers, .New York City. 

Born at Curacao, W. I., Dec. 16, 1766. Studied under D. 
Romeyn and H. Meyer. A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1810). R. D. clergy- 
man. Died, June 28, 1833. 

1811. 
A.M. 

♦George CnKisxiAN Frederick Borck. New York City. 

Born in Berlin, Prussia, Mch. 11, 1758. Studied under Bassett. 
R. D. clergyman. Died, Sept., 1823. 

♦Jacob Brodhead (also D.D., 1815), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom at Marbletown, N. Y., May 14, 1782. A.B. (Union. 1801). 
Studied under Froeligh and D. Romeyn. R. D. clergyman. 
Tutor, Union, 1802-04. Trustee, Queen's, 1812-45. Died, 
June 5, 1855. 

♦James Spencer Cannon; New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in Curacao, W. I., 1766. Studied under Livingston and 
Froeligh. D.D. (Union, 1819). R. D. clergyman. Instructor, 
Ecclesiastical History, N. B. Sem., 1818-19. Professor, 
Ecclesiastical History, Church Government and Pastoral The- 
ology, N. B. Sem., 1826-52. Prof. Metaphysics and the Phil- 
osophy of the Human Mind, Rutgers, 1826-52. President af 
General Synod, 1813, 1820. Trustee, Queen's, 1800-52. Died, 
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♦Cornelius T. Demarest, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Jan. 23, 1786. A.B. (Columbia, 1804). 
A.M. (Columbia, 1813). Studied under Livingston and Froe- 
ligh. R. D. clergyman. Trustee, Queen's, 1812-32. Died, Dec. 
26, 1862. 

* Charles IIardenbergh, Bedminster. N. J. 

Born at Rosendale, N. Y., about 1780. Studied under Froeligh. 
R. D. clergyman. Trustee, Queen's, 1812-21. Died, 1821. 

♦Peter Labagii, Harlingen, N. J. 

Born in New York City, 1773. D.D. Studied under Froeligh 

and Livingston. R. D. clergyman. Trustee, Queen's, 1811-58. 

Died, 1858. 
♦James Van Campen Romeyn, Hackensack, N. J.. 

Born at Minisink, N. J., Nov. 15, 1765. Studied under D. 

Romeyn. R. D. clergyman. President, General Synod, 1806- 

07. Trustee, Queen's, 1809-40. Died, June 27, 1840. 
♦Jeremiah Romeyn, Beaverdam, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, Dec. 24, 1768. Studied under D. 

Romeyn and H. Meyer. R. D. clergyman. Prof. Hebrew, 

1804-18. Died, July, 1818. 



D.D. 



♦Solomon Froeligh, Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at Red Hook, May 29, 1750. Studi( 
and J. H. Goetschius. A.M. (Coll. N. J., : 
man. Tutor, Queen's, 1782. Prof. Theolot 
tee. Queen's, 1783-1810. Died, Oct. 8, 182 



Born at Red Hook, May 29, 1750. Studied under D. Romeyn 
and J. H. Goetschius. A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1774). R. D. clergy- 
man. Tutor, queen's, 1782. Prof. Theology, 1797-1822. Trus- 



LL.D. 

♦John Lansing, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Jan. 30. 1754. LL.D. (Union, 1804). 
Chief Justice, Supreme Court of New York, 1798-1801. Chan- 
cellor, 1801-14. Died, Dec. 12, 1829. 



1812. 
A.M. 

*John Cornelison, Bergen, N. J. 

Born at Nyack, N. Y., 1769. Studied under H. Meyer and Liv- 
ingston. R. D. clergyman. Died, 1828. 



D.D. 

♦Thomas Yardley How, New York City. 

A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1794). A.M. (Coll. N. J.). Clergyman. 
Died, 1855. 

LL.D. 

♦De Witt Clinton, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Little Britain, N. Y.. Mch. 2, 1769. A.B. (Columbia, 
1786). A.M. (Columbia). LL.D. (Univ. Ohio, 1825, and Col- 
umbia, 1826). U. S. Senator, 1802-04. Mayor of New York 
City, 1803-07, 1809-10, 1811-15. Regent Univ. State of New 
York, 1808-25. Lieutenant Governor, New York State. 1811- 
13. N. Y. Canal Commissioner, 1816-24. Governor of New 
York State, 1817-21, 1825-28. Died, Feb. 11, 1828. 



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1813. 
A.M. 

♦Isaac Labaqh, Utica, N. Y. 

Born, 1764. Studied under Livingston. R. D. clergyman. 
Died, July 24, 1837. 

♦John Nitchie, New York City. 

Both, Dec. 4, 1783. A.B. (Columbia, 1801). Colonel, U. S. 
Army. 1814. Lawyer. Alderman, New York. Treasurer, Amer- 
ican Bible Society. General Agent, American Bible Society. 
Died, Jan. 3, 1838. 

LL.D. 

♦Abraham Van Vechten (also A.M. 1792). 



1815. 
D.D. 

♦Jacob Brodhead (also A.M. 1811). 



LL.D. 

♦Richard Stockton, Princeton, N. J. 

Born near Princeton. N. J.. Apr. 17, 1764. A.B. (Coll. X. J., 
1779). A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1782). LL.D. funion, 1816). Mem- 
ber, Congress. 1813-15. U. S. Senator, 1796-99. Died, MaTcli 
7, 1828. 

1816. 
D.D. 

♦Robert Cathcart, York, Pa. 

Born near Coleraine, Ireland, Nov., 1759. Univ. Glasgow. 
Presb. clergyman. Trustee, Dickinson, 1794-1833. Died, Oct. 
19, 1849. 

1825. 
LL.D. 

♦Joseph Nelson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

A.B. (Columbia, 1804). A.M. (Columbia, 1808). Prof. Lan- 
guages, Rutgers, 1826-29. Died, 1830. 



1827. 
A.M. 

♦Jacob Ten Broeck Beekman, Middletown, N. J. 

Born, Apr. 11. 1801. A.B. (Union, 1822). A.M. (Union, 

1825). N. B. Sem., 1825. Presb. clergyman. Died, April 25, 
1875. 



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*Ira Condict Boice, North Hempstead, L. I. 

Born at Plscataway, N. J., June 28, 1803. A.B. (Dickinson, 
1823). N. B. Sem., 1826. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, Oct. 5, 
1872. 

♦Elias Bbevoobt Cannon, Mount Holly, N. J. 

Born at Six Mile Run, N. J., Apr. 5, 1803. A.B. (Union, 1823). 
A.M. (Union, 1826). Lawyer. Prosecutor of the Pleas, Bur- 
lington county. Died, May 22. 1839. 

♦Geobge H. Fishek (also D.D,, 1845), Hackensack, N. J. 

Born, 1800. A.B. (Columbia. 1821). A.M. (Columbia). N. B. 
Sem.. 1825. Clergyman, R. C. A. Trustee, Columbia, 1851-55. 
President, General Synod, 1849. Died, Nov. 23, 1872. 

*Peteb Forrester. 

A.B. (Columbia, 1818). M.D. (Coll. P. & S., 1822). Physician. 
Died. 1837. 

♦James B. Hardenbergh, New York City. 

Born at Rochester, Ulster county, N. Y., June 28. 1800. A.B. 
(Union, 1821). A.M. (Union, 1824). N. B. Sem.. 1824. 
Clergyman. R. C. A. President. General Synod, 1842. Trustee, 
Rutgers, 1825-70. Died, Jan. 20, 1870. 

♦Lewis Dunham Hardenberoh, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 17. 1803. Lawyer. Prose- 
cutor of Pleas, Bergen county, 1836, Hudson county, 1840-45. 
Died, Dec. 6, 1857. 

♦Leonard VV. Vvir, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Oct. 17, 1796. A.B. (Columbia, 1815). 
A.M. (Columbia, 1820). Lawyer. Died, May 15, 1863. 

♦Abraham I. Labagh, Gravesend, N. Y. 

Born, Aug. 4, 1805. N. B. Sem., 1826. R. D. clergyman. Died, 

1865. 
♦PHIJ.IP Edward Mn.LEDOL£B, Freehold, N. J. 

A.B. (Columbia. 1820). M.D. (Coll. P. & S.. 1824). Physician 

and Episc. clergyman. Trustee, Rutgers, 1833-45. Died. 1852. 

♦Anthony Rutgebs, Belleville, N. J. 

A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1819). Trustee, Rutgers, 1831-35. Died, 
1835. 

♦Richard D. Van Kleek, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born, 1800(?). A.B. (Union, 1822). N. B. Sem., 1825. Clergy- 
man, B. C. A. Teacher. Died, 1870. 

♦Staats Van Santvoord, , New Baltimore, N. Y. 

Born, Mch. 15, 1790. A.B. (Union, 1811). A.M. (Union, 1814). 
D.D. (Union, 1876). N. B. Sem., 1814. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
In service of the Christian Commission, Nashville, Tenn,, 1864. 
Died, May 29, 1882. 

P.D. 

♦John Richie, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

1828. 
A.B. 

♦Charles C. Blauvelt (also A.M., 1831), ^ Hightstow^n, N. J. 

Physician. First Mayor, Hightstown. Died, March, 1855. 



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A.M. 

*David Abeel (also*D.D., 1842), Amoy, China. 

Born at New Brunswick, N,- J., June 12, 1804. N. B. Sem., 

1826, R. D. missionary in Cliina and the East Indies. Founder 

of the Amoy Mission. Died, Sept. 4, 1846. 
*Eli Baldwin, ' New York City. 

Born at Hackensack, N. J., Nov. 1, 1791. M.D. (Univ. Coll. 

of Med. N. Y., 1817). N. B. Sem., 1820. S.T.D. (Columbia). 

R. D. clergyman. Died, Sept, 6, 1839. 

*JOHN S. Blatjvelt, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Lawyer. Died, July 30, 1855. 

♦Abraham Henby Dumont, Newport, R. I. 

Born, 1800. N. B. Sem., 1826. Cong'l clergyman. Died, 1865. 

*J0HN Garbetson (also D.D., 1855), New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Six Mile Run, N. J., Nov. 9. 1801. A.B. (Union, 1823). 
N. B, Sem., 1826. Clergyman, R. C. A. Secretary, Board Do- 
mestic Missions. 1849-59. Died, Dec. 9, 1875. 

♦Isaac P. Labagh, Cairo, 111. 

Born at Catskill, N. Y.(?), Aug. 14, 1804. N. B. Sem., 1826. 
A.M. (Union, 1826). Clergyman. R. C. A. Died, Dec. 29, 1869. 

♦Benaiah G. Morse. 

Clergyman. 
♦CoBNELiTJS Van Cleef .(also D.D., 1863), Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at Harlingen, N. J. * Sept. 16, 1799. A.B. (Dickinson, 

1823). A.M. (Dickinson, 1826).' N. B. Sem., 1826. Clergyman, 

R. C. A. Died, June 13, 1875. / 

♦Ferdinand H. fANDEBVEER (also D.D., 1859), Warwick, N. Y. 

Born near Somerville, N.' J., 1800. A.B. (Union, 182(^). A.M. 

(Union, 1824). N. B. Sem., 1823. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, • 

July 10, 1881. 
♦John Bleecker Van Schaick, Albany, N. Y. 

Hamilton Coll. Lawyer. Editor, "Alhany Daily Advertiser." 

Writer of poetry. Died, 1839. 



D.D. 

♦Thomas De Witt, New York City. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1791. A.B. (Union, 1808). 
A.M. (Union, 1811). N. B. Sem., 1812. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
President, General Synod, R. C. A., 1824-25. Trustee, Rutgers, 
1840-74. Trustee, Columbia, 1858-74. Died, May 18, 1874. 



1829. 
A.M. 

♦GusTAVus Abeel, Newark, N. J. 

Born in New York City, June 6, 1801. A.B. (Union, 1823). 
AM. (Union. 1826). N. B. Sem., 1824. S.T.D. (Columbia, 
1842). Clergyman, R. C. A. President. General Synod, 1852. 
Trustee. Rutgers, 1845-87. Died, Sept. 4, 1887. 

♦John J. Harrison. 

Physician. 
♦Isaac S. Ketchum, St. Louis, Mo. 

Born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1796. N. B. Sem., 1821. R. D. 
clergyman. Missionary to Indians. Hospital chaplain. Died, 
1863. 



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RUTGEBS COLLEGE. 



*Fbancis Mabchalk Kip. Tompkinsville, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, Aug. 7, 1810. A.B. (Columbia, 1826). 

N. B. Sem.. 1830. S.T.D. (Columbia. 1857). .Clergyman, R. 

C. A. President, General Synod, 1856. Trustee, Rutgers, 1860- 

88. Died, May 28, 1888. 
♦Henby Mandeville, Mcbile, Ala, 

Born at Kinderbook, N. Y., 1804. A.B. (Union, 1826). N. B. 

Sem., 1829. A.M. (Union, 1829). D.D. (Union, 1847). Presb. 

clergyman. Prof. Moral Pbilosopby and Rhetoric, Hamiltdn, 

1841-49. Died. 1858. 



New York City. 
Died, Jan. 15, 



♦Benson Milledoleb, 

Born in New York City, Apr. 6, 1806. Lawyer. 
1842. 

♦Clabkson Edgab Taylob. 

Civil engineer. Died, 1845. 

*John Habdenbebqh Van Wagenbn, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Rochester, Ulster county, N. Y., 1802. A.B. (Union, 
1823). A.M. (Union, 1826). N. B. Sem., 1826. R. D. clergy- 
man. Died, 1844. 

*J0HN S. Westebvelt, • New York City. 

Physician. 



New York City, 



D.D. 

♦Joseph McElboy, 
A.M. •► 

♦Lewis Mayeb, York, Pa. 

Born at Lancaster, Penn., Mch. 26, 1783. German Reformed 
clergyman. President, Theological Seminary at Carlisle, Penn., 
and later at York, Penn., 1825-35. Died, Aug. 25, 1849. 

♦CoBNELitJS D. Westbbook, CortlandtowD, N. Y. 

Born at Rochester, N. Y., May, 1782. A.B. (Union, 1801). A.M. 
(Union, 1804). Studied under John B. Romeyn. R. D. clergy- 
man. Editor, Christian Intelligencer, 1830-33. Rector, Rutgers 
Grammar School, 1833-36. Trustee, Rutgers, 1829-58. Died, 
1858. 

LL.D. 

♦Mabtin Van Buben, Kinderbook, N. Y. 

Born at Kinderbook, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1782. LL.D. (Union, 1814). 
Lawyer. Attorney-General, N. Y. State, 1815-19. U. S. Senator, 
1821-27. Secretary of State, U. S., 1829-31. Vice President, 
U. S., 1833-37. President, U. S., 1837-41. Died, July 24, 1862. 



1830. 
A.M. 

♦Wm. H. Bubbowes. 

♦Chbistian Z. Paulison, 

Born near Hackensack, N. J., 1805. 
N. B. Sem., 1826. R. D. clergyman. 

♦William E. Rapelje, 



A.B. (Union, 1822). 
♦James M. Sweeny, 
Lawyer. 



Glen, N. Y. 
A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1822). 
Independent. Died, 1851. 

FishkiU, N. Y. 



Farmer. Died, 1833. 



New York City. 



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LL.D. 

♦William Wirt, Washington, D. C. 

Both at Bladensburg, Md., Nov. 8, 1772. LL.D. (Coll. N. J., 
1816, Bowdoin, 1821, and Harvard. 1824). Lawyer. Member, 
House of Delegates, Virginia, 1807-08.- Attorney-General, IT. 
S.. 1817-29. Candidate for President, U. S., 1832. Author. 
Died, Feb. 18, 1834. 

1831. 
A.M. 

♦Charles C. Blau\'elt (also A.B., 182S). 

*James Romeyn, Bergen Nock, N. J. 

Born at Greenbush, N. Y., 1797. A.B. (Columbia. 1816). A.M. 

(ColumWa, 1819). S.T.D. (Columbia. 1838). N. B. Sem.. 1819. 

President, General Synod, 1841. Trustee. Rutgers, 1840-48. 

Died, Sept. 7, 1859. 

D.D. 

♦Jenkin Lewis, Newport, Monmouthshire, Eng. 

1832. 
A.M. 

♦Ai^XANDER N. GuNN, New York City. 

A.B. (Columbia. 1828). M.D. (Coll. P. & S.. 1833). Physician. 
Health officer, Port of N. Y., 1859-64. Died, 1871. 

*Wm. a. Irving, Ithaca, N. T. 

♦Abraham Mills, ^ New York City. 

Born in Dutchess county, N. Y., 1796. Prof. Mathematics 
and Philosophy, Baptist Literary and Theological Institute. 
Teacher. Died, July 8, 1867. 



D.D. 

*Samuel Simon Schmucker, Gettysburg, Pa. 

Born at Hagerstown, Md., Feb. 28, 1799. A.B. (Univ. Penn., 
1819). A.M. (Univ. Penn., 1823). Princeton Sem., 1820. 
Lutheran clergyman. Prof., Gettysburg Sem., 1826-64. Author. 
Trustee, Dickinson, 1828-33. Trustee, Penn. College, 1832-73. 
Died, July 26, 1873. 

♦Jacob Sickles, Kinderhook, N. Y. 

Bom at Tappan. N. Y., .Tan. 24, 1772. A.B. (Columbia. 1792). 

A.M. (Columbia). Studied under Livingston and Froeligh. R. 

D. clergyman. Died, 1845. 
♦Robert Walter, Glasgow, Scotland. 

1833. 
A.M. 

♦Abraham H. Meyers, Port Ewen, N. Y. 

Born, 1801. A.B. (Tnion. 1827). A.M. (Union. 1830). N. B. 
Sem., 1830. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died. March 9, 1880. 



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♦Theodore Romeyx, Detroit, Mich. 

Lawyer. Practiced law in Detroit, 1834-48, in New York, 
184^58, and again* In Detroit, 185S-85. Died, July 22, 1885. 

♦JoifN A. Van Doren. 
Clergyman. 

D.D. 

*JoHN GosMAN, Saugerties, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, 1784. A.B. (Columbia, 1801). A.M. 
(Columbia, 1804). Studied under Mason and Proudflt. R. D. 
clergyman. President, General Synod, 1831. Trustee, Rutgers, 
1825-65. Died, 1865. 

♦Joseph McCarrell, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Born at Shippensburg, Penn., July 9, 1795. A.B. (Washington 
Coll., Pa., 1815). Theol. Sem. of Associate Reformed Church, 
New York City, 1821. ClergymajQ, Assoc. Refd Church. Prof, 
of Theology, Sem. Assoc. Refd Church, from its removal to 
Newburgh, in 1829, until his death, March 29, 1864. 



1834. 
A.M. 

♦George Washington Carpenter, Albany, N. Y. 

Born in Albany, N. Y., May 17, 1811. Civil engineer. Teacher, 
Albany Academy, 1831--35. CTlty Surveyor, Albany, 1831-55. 
Superintendent of Albany Water Works thirty-six years. Presi- 
dent, Board of Education, Albany. Died, Sept. 12. 1901. 

♦Joseph Lothrop, 

♦Samuel Van Vechten, Fort Plain, N. Y. 

Bom at Catskill, N. Y., 1796. A.B. (Union, 1818). A.M. 

(Union, 1821). N. B. Sem., 1822. D.D. Clergyman. R. C. A. 

Died, Nov. 2, 1882. 

/ 

D.D. 

♦James Stevenson, Ayr, Scotland. 

♦Peter I. Van Pelt, Fordham, N. Y. 

Bom at Bushwick, L. I., May 27, 1778. A.B. (Columbia, 1799). 

A.M. (Columbia, 1803). Studied under Livingston. R. D. 

clergyman. Chaplain in War oif 1812. Died, Jan. 20, 1861. 



LL.D. 

♦Benjamin Franklin Butler, New York City. 

Bom at Kinderhook Landing, N. Y., Dec. 17, 1795. A.M. 
(Union, 1821). Lawyer. Attorney-General. U. S. A., 1833-38. 
Acting Secretary of War, U. S., 1836-37. U. S. District Attor- 
ney, 1838-41. Died, Nov. 8, 1858. 

♦Gideon Hawley, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Huntington, Conn., Sept. 26, 1785. A.B. (Union, -1809). 
Lawyer. Secretary Regents, N. Y. State, 1814-41. Regent, 
N. Y. State Univ., 1842-70. Regent. Smithsonian Institute. 
1846-54. "Father of the Common School System of the State." 
Died, July 16, 1870. 



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1835. 
A.M. 

♦John Van Schaick Lansing Pruyn, Albany, N. Y. 

Born in Albany, N. Y., June 22, 1811. A.M. (Union, 1845). 

LL.D. (Univ. Rochester, 1852). Lawyer. MembeT of Congress, 

1863-65, 1867-69. Chancellor, Univ. State of New Yorlj. Lied, 

Nov. 21. 1877. 

♦Charles P. Wack, Trenton, N. J. 

Born, 1804 (?). N. B. Som., 1829. R. D. clergyman. Died, 

1866. 

♦Bernard C. Wolf (also D.D., 1843), . Easton, Pa. 

German Reformed clergyman. 



D.D. 

*JoiiN WiLKiNS McJiMSEY, New York City. 

Bom at Neeleytown, N. Y., June 4, 1801. A.B. (Union, 1819). 
Princeton Seta., 1823-25. Presb. clergyman. Died, 1838. 



LL.D. 

*TiiE0DORiCK ROMEYN Beck, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Schenectady, N. Y., Apr. 11, 1791. A.B. (Union, 1807). 
A.M. (Union, 1810). LLD. (Union, 1842). M.D. Principal, 
Albany Academy. Regent, N. Y. State Univ. Died, Nov. 19, 
1855. 

♦Theodore Strong, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at South Hadley, Mass., July 26, 1790. A.B. (Yale, 1812). 
A,M. (Hamilton, 1815). Tutor, Hamilton, 1812-16. Prof. 
Mathematics, Hamilton, 1816-27. Prof. Mathematics, and Nat- 
ural Philosophy, Rutgers, 1827-63. Died, Feb. 1, 1869. 



1836. 
A.M. . 

♦John M. Scribner, Middleburgh, N. Y. 

Born, 1810(7). A.B. (Union, 1833). A.M. (Union, 1836). N. 
B. Sem., 1836. Clergyman, R. C. A. Teacher. Died, 1881. 



1837. 
A.M. 

♦John C. Cruiksuank (also D.Sc, 1891), Little Falls, N. J. 

Born at Salem, N, Y„ Nov. 16, 1811. A.B. (Union. 1834). 

A.M. (Union, 1837). N. B. Sem., 1837. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Died. Nov. 12, 1899, 

♦Henry Newman Pohlman, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N, Y., Mch. 8, 1800. Ilartwick Sem., 1820. 
Lutheran clergyman. President, General Synod, 1867-74. Died, 
Jan. 20, 1874. 

♦Ehenezer S. Wiggins, New York City. 

Born, 1813(?). A.B. (Univ. N. Y.. 1834). N. B. Sem., 1837. 

D.I). Rector Grammar School. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, 

Nov., 1878. 

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♦Joseph Wilson, Fairfield, N. J. 

Boin. 1707. Coll. N. J. X. B. Sem.. 1821. Clergyman; R. C. A. 
Died, May 1, 1878. 

LL.D. 

*Samuel Rossiteb Betts, Sullivan Co., N. Y. 

Born at Richmond, Mass.. 1787. A.B. (Williams, 1806). LL.D. 
(Williams, 1830). Lawyer. Judge Advocate, War of 1812. 
Member of Congress, 1815-17. V. S. District Judge, 1826-67. 
Died, Nov. 2, 1868. 

1838. 
D.D. 

* William Kearns, Belfast, Ireland. 
♦Thomas Edwards Vermilye, New York City. 

Born in New York City. Feb. 27. 1803. A.B. (Yale, 1821). 
D.D. (Cnion, 1838). < S.T.D. (Columbia, 1875)., LL.D. (Jeffer- 
son. 1857). Clergyman, R. C. A. President, General Synod, 
1848. Trustee, Rutgers, 1849-93. Died, March 17', 1893. 

1839. 
A.B. 

♦Horatio G. Onderdonk, Albany, N. Y. 

A.M. 

♦James 1L Armsby, Albany, N. Y. 

Born in Sutton, Mass., Dec. 31. 1809. M.D. (Vermont Acad. 

of Med., 1833). I'hysician. Prof. Anatomy and Physiology, 

Vermont-, Academy of Medicine, 1834-40. Died, Dec. 3. 1875. 
♦Edward Rice, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Physician. M.D. (Cniv. Penn., 1834). Professor, Moravian 

College, 1839-49. Died, July 2, 1849. 
♦Douw Van Olinda, Caughnawaga, N. Y. 

Born at Charleston. N. Y., 1800. N. B. Sem., 1824. R. D. 

clergyman. Died, 1858. 

D.D. 

♦ Wilhelmxjs Eltinge, Paramus, N. J. 

'Born near Kingston, N. Y., 1778. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1796). 
A.M. (Coll. N. J.. 1799). Studied under D. Romeyn. R. D. 
1 clera:yman. I»rcsident, General Synod, 1830. Trustee. Rutgers, 
1807-5.1. Died, 1851. 
♦Isaac Newton Wyckofe A.B. (Rutgers, 1812). 



1840. 
A.M. 

♦William A. Good, Reading, Pa. 

Born at Philadelphia, Penn., July 15. 1810. Clergyman, Ger- 
man Reformed Church. Died. Feb. 9, 1873. 

♦Elias Heiner (also D.D., 1851), Baltimore, Md. 

Born at Taneytown, Md., Sept. 16, 1810. German Ref'd Sem., 
York. Penn., 1833. German Reformed clergyman. Died, Oct. 
20. 1863. 



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♦James C. How, St. George's, Del. 

Presb. clergyman. 

U..D. 

♦Robert Strange, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Born in Virginia, Sept. 20. 1796. Hampden Sidney College. 
Lawyer. Judge*Siiperior Court, N, C, 1826-36. U. S. Senator, 
1836-40. Died, Feb. 19, 185 i 



1841. 
A.M. 

^Theodore F. Cornell. 

M.D. 
♦Peter Crispell,,Jr., Hurley, N. Y. 

Born at Hurley, X. Y., Aug. 3, 1794. M.D. (N. Y. Med. Scliool, 

1815). Physician. Member, N. Y. Legislature. Presidential 

elector, 1860. Died, Dec. 19. 1878. ' 

♦James Stewart, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Apr. 7, 1799. M.D. (Coll. P. & S., 

1823). Physician. Died, Sept. 12, 1864. 

♦John PI. Wakefield. 

♦Samuel Merrili. Woodbridge (also D.D., 1857, and LL.D., 1883), 

New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Greenfield, Mass., Apr. 5. 1819. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 
1838). A.M. (Univ. N. Y., 1841). X. B. Sem., 1841. D.D. 
(Union, 1858). Clergyman, R. C. A. Prof. Ecclesiastical His- 
tory and Church (Jovernment, N. B. Sem.. 1857-1901. Prof. 
p:meritus, 1901-05. Prof. Metaphysics and Philosophy of the 
Human Mind, Rutgers, 1857-64. Died. June 23, 1905. 



LL.D. 

♦Theodore Frelingiiuysen, " New Brunswick, N. J. 

President, Rutgers, 1850-61. 



1842. 
A.M. 

♦John Du Hois, Mamakating, N. Y. 

Born in Schoharie county, N. Y., Mch. 5, 1812. A.B, (Union, 
1839). A.M. (Union, 1842). N. B. Sem., 1842. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Died, April 7, 1884. 

♦Trail CiREen Marshall. 

Professor, Marshall College, Penn. 
♦Martin V. Schoonmaker (also D.D., 1877), Walden, N. Y. 

Born at Newtown, L. I., Aug. 11, 1816. A.B. (Union. 1839). 

A.M. (Union. 1842). N. B. Sem.. 1842. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Died, June 13, 1899. 



D.D. 

♦David Abeel (also A.M., 1828). 

♦John Forsyth, A.B. (Rutgers, 1829). 



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1843. 
A.B. 

♦Peter S. Bubchan, * Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Principal, Dutchess County Academy, 1847-51. Episc. clergy- 



A.M. 

♦Lyman A. Chandler, Rockaway, N. J. 

A.B. (Middiebury Coll.). Lawyer. Member, N. J. Assembly, 
1858-59. N. J. State Senator, 1862-65. Died, Sept. 11, 1865. 

♦Hervey Doddridge Ganse (also D.D., 1861), St. Louis, Mo. 

Born at Middlebush, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1822. A.B. (Columbia, 
1839). A.M. (Columbia, 1844). N. B. Sem.. 1843. Presb. 
clergyman. President, General Synod, 1866. Died, Sept., 1891. 

♦George G. Snx, • Brunswick, 111. 

Born, 1791. R. D. clergyman. Died, 1859. 



D.D. 

♦Abraham Messler, Somerville, N. J. 

Born at White House, N. J., Nov. 15. 1800. A.B. (Union, 1821). 
A.M. (Union. 1824). N. B. Sem., 1824. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
President, General Synod, 1847. Trustee, Rutgers, 1845-82. 
Died, June 12, 1882. 

♦Bernard C. Wolf (also A.M., 1835). 



LX..D. 



♦Guillaume Groen van Prinsterer, The Hague, Holland. 

Born at Voorburg, Netherlands, Aug. 21. 1801. Doctor In Litera- 
ture and Doctor in Law (Leyden. 1823). Secretary of the 
King's Cabinet, 1827. Member Second Chamber. States-General, 
1840. Author and Historian of Holland. Died, May 19, 1876. 



1844. 
A.M. 

*JoHN Gardner, Harlingen, N. J. 

Born at Gilbertsvllle, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1814. A.B. (Union, 1841). 
A.M. (Union, 1844). N. B. Sem., 1844. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
Died, Oct. 20, 1881. 

♦George B. Glendening, Stamford, Conn. 

Teacher. Died. 1850-60. 

♦James Hall Mason Knox, Baltimore, Md. 

Born in New York City, June 10. 1824. A.B. (Columbia, 1841). 
A.M. (Columbia, 1841). D.D. (Columbia. 1861). LL.D. (Col- ' 
umbia, 1885). N. B. Sem., 1845. Presb. clergyman. Presi- 
dent. Lafayette College, 1883-90. Emeritus, 1890-93. Died, 
Jan. 21, 1903. 

♦Benjamin Mortimer, New Brunswick, N. J. 

♦Thomas Campbell Strong, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Born at Flatbush. L. I., May 23, 1824. A.B. (Union, 1841). 
A.M. (Union, 1844). D.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1861). N. B. Sem., 
1845. Clergyman, R. C. A. Trustee, Rutgers. 1858-74. Presi- 
dent, General Synod, 1867. Died, Sept. 13, 1890. 



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D.D. 

♦Nicholas I. Marselus, New York City. 

Born in Mohawk Valley, 1792. A.B. (Union, 1810). A.M. 
(Union, 1813). N. B. Sem., 1815. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, 
May 5, 1876. 

♦Henry Ostrander, Saugerties, N; Y, 

Born at Plattekill, N. Y., Mch. 11, 1781. A.B. (Union, 1799 1. 

A.M. (Union, 1802). Studied under Froeligh. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Died, Nov. 22, 1872. 

1845. 
A.M. 

♦Jesse Appleton Dennis, Darien, Georgia. 

Bom at Topsfleld. Mass., May 28, 1824. Student, Amherst Col- 
lege, 1838-41. Lawyer. Teacher. Died, Oct. 27, 1854. 

♦John A. Lansing, New York City. 

Born at Lisha's Kill, N. Y., 1824. A.B. (Union. 1842). N. B. 

Sem., 1845. D.D. (Union, 1861). Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, 
July 22, 1884. 

♦Jacob N. Voorhis, Esopus, N. Y. 

Born in Bergen county, N. J., 1815. N. B. Sem., 1845. Clergy- 
man, R. C. A. Died, March 9, 1889. 

♦Francis Henry Wells. 



D.D. 



♦Maurice William D wight, 

Born at Kempsvllle. Va., May 4, 1796. A.B. 
A.M. (Columbia, 1820). N. B. Sem., 1821. 
Died, 1859. 

♦George H. Fisher (also A.M., 1827). 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(Columbia, 1816). 
R. D. clergyman. 



1846. 
LL.D. 

♦Joshua Austin Spencer, 

A.M. (Hamilton, 1827, and Yale, 1834). 



Lawyer. 



Utica, N. Y. 
Died, 1857. 



1848. 



A.M. 

♦Charles Dunham Deshler, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Easton, Pa., Mch. 1, 1819. Merchant. Editor. Post- 
master of New Brunswick. Died. May 10, 1909. 

♦John W. Hammond, Roxbury, N. Y. 

Born at Esopus, N. Y.. 1819. N. B. Sem., 1848. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. Died, Nov. 23, 1876. 

♦George McGrath, New York City. 

Merchant. 
♦Samuel Tomb Searle, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bom at Salem, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1825. A.B. (Union, 1845). A.M. 

(Union. 1848). N. B. Sem., 1848. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, 

May 14, 1903. 



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♦Alexandeb Watson, 

Born, Sept. 6, 1805. Bible agent. 
C. A. Died, Oct. 14, 1885. 



Sing Sing, N. Y. 
Ordained to ministry, R. 



D.D. 

♦Baynard Rush Hall, Brooklj^n, N. Y. 

Born in Philadelphia, 1798. A.B. (Union. 1820). Princeton 

Sem., 1823. Presb. clergyman. Teacher. Prafessor, Univ. 
Indiana, 1823-31. Died, Jan. 23, 1863. 



LL.D. 



♦Charles Herman Ruggles, 



Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Born in Litchfield county, Conn.. Feb. 10, 1789. Lawyer. 
Member, Congress, 1821-23. Judge, Court of Appeals, N. Y., 
1853-55. Died, June 16, 1865. 



♦William Anderson, 

Born, Sept. 4, 1814. 
Died, April 23. 1887. 

♦James Kennedy, 

M.D. 
♦John R. Kooken. 

Clergyman. 



♦David Loundesborough, 
A.M. 



♦James Buchanan, 



1849. 
A.M. 

N. B. Som., 1849. 



D.D. 



LL.D. 



Fordham, N. Y. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 

New York City. 



AyA'shire, Scotland. 



J^ancaster, Pa. 



Born at Stonv Batter. Penn., Apr. 22, 1791. A.B. (Dickinson, 
1809). A.M. '(Dicltinson, 1812). LL.D. (Dickinson, 1842, and 
Coll. N. J.. 1850). Minister to Russia. 1831. U. S. Senator, 
1834-35. Minister to England, 1853. President of the United 
States, 1857-61. Died, June 1, 1868. 



1850. 
A.M. 

♦Augustus Clark Booraem, New York City. 

M.D. (Univ. N. Y.. 1846). Physician. Died, Dec. 2, 1871. 
♦John Vance, New York City. 

Born near Belfast, Ireland. 1827. Graduate of Queen's College, 

Belfast, Ireland, 1846. Editor, "New York Sun," 1848-61. 

Prominent journalist. Died, March, 1866. 



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D.D. 

♦Robert Obmiston Currie, A.B. (Rutgers, 1829). 

* William Allen Hallock, New York City. 

Born at Plainfleld, Mass., Ju«e 2, 1794. A.B. (Williams, 1819). 
A.M. (Williams, 1822). Andover Sem., 1822. Cong'l clergy- 
man. Corresponding Secretary, American Ti*act Society. Died, 
Oct. 2, 1880. 

♦Gabriel Ludlow, Neshanic, N. J. 

Bom at Aquackanonck, N. J., Apr. 23, 1797. A.B. (Union, 
1817). A.M. (Union, 1820). N. B. Sem., 1820. Clergyman, 
K. C. A. Died. Feb. 19, 1878. 



1851. 
A.M. 



♦George Rockwell, 

Born at r>»wisl)oro, 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 



N. Y., Jan. 
Died, July 



17, 1821. 
1, 1897. 



Alexandria Bay, N. Y. 
N. B. Sem., 1851. 



D.D. 



♦John Teriiune Demarest, 
'^Elias IIeiner (also A.M., 1840). 
♦RAxsFOitD Wells, 



A.B. (Rutgers. 1834). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1827) 



*George Wasii/ngton Coakley, 
*Joii.\ Ludlow, 



LL.D. 

A.B. (Rutgers, 181^6). 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
Born at Aquackanonck, N. J., 1793. A.B. (Union, 1814). A.M. 
(Union, 1817). D.D. (Union, 1827). N. B. Sem., 1817. R. D. 
clergyman. Prof. Biblical Lit. N. B. Sem., 1817-2:1. Provost 
of the Upiv. I'enn.. 1884-52. I'rof. Eccl. Hist, and Church (Jovt. 
N. B. Sem.. 1852-57. Prof. Metaphysics and Philosophy of tbe 
Human Mind, Rutgers, 1852-57. Trustee, Rutgers, 1819-87. 
Died, Sept. 8, 1857. 
♦Charles Edwin West, Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Born at Washington, Mass., Feb. 23, 1809. A.B. (Union, 1882). 
lawyer. I*rincipal. Rutgers Female Institute, 1889-51. Prin- 
cipal, Buffalo Female Seminary, 1851-60. I'rincipal, Brooklyn 
Heights Seminary, 1860-89. Died, 1900. 



1852. 
D.D. 



*Andre\v Watson Black. Allegheny, Pm 

Born near Pittsburg, Penn., 1808. A.B. (Western Univ.. IMtts- 
burg, 1826). Presb. Sem., Philadelphia, 1828. Reformed Presb. 
clergyman. I*rof. Exeg. Hist, and Evangelistic Theology. Died, 
Sept. 10, 1858. 

♦Selaii Burr Treat, Boston, Mass. 

Born at Hartland. Conn., Feb. 19, 1804. A.B. (Yale. 1824). 
Andover Sem., 1885. Uong'l clergyman. Editor. Secretary 
American Board Foreign Missions, 1847-76. Died, March 27. 

1877. 



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*JoiiN Vanderveer, Easton, Pa. 

Born in HunterdOB county. N. J.. May 5, 1800. A.B. (Coll. N. 
J.. 1817). A.M. (Coll. N. J.. 1820). N. B. Sem., 1822. Clergy- 
man, R. C. A. Teacher. Died, 1878. 



LL.D. 

♦Cornelius Low nARDENHEROU, • A.B. (Rutgers. 1809). 



1853. 
A.M. 

*Jared Waterbury Scudder (also D.D., 1887), Palmaner, India. 

• Born at Niligiri Hills, India, Fob. 8, 1830. A.B. (Western 

Reserve, 1850). A.M. (Western Reserve, 185<J). N. B. Sem., 

1855. M.D. (Long Island Coll.. 1860). Missionary, R. C. A. 

Prof. Theology Arcot Sem., 1895-1908. Died, Oct. 17, 1910. 
* Robert Leighton Waterbury, Margaretville, N. Y. 

Born at Andes, N. Y., July 1. 1823. M.D. (Univ. N. Y.. 1845). 

Physician and surgeon. I^ecturer on Comparative Anatomy in 

Public Schools of New York City, 1858-59. Surgeon, 93d N. Y. 

State National Guard for ninety days during' Civil War. Died, 

July 28, 1881. 

D.D. 

''John Puyer AIesick (also LL.D., 1913), A.B. (Rutgers, 1834). 



1854. 
A.M. 

Augustus Beadle, Carmel, N. Y. 

Raymond Institute. 

*SciiUYLER Colfax, Wilshington, D. C. 

Born in New York City, Mch. 23. 1823. Lawyer. Member, 
Congress, 1854-69. Speaker of House of Representatives, U. S., 
1863-67. Vice President, U. S., 1869-73. Died, Jan. 13, 1885. 

♦Abraham Voorhees Schenck, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 12, 1821. Lawyer. Mayor, 
New Brunswick. 1851. Prosecutor of Pleas, Middlesex county, 
1872-77. N. J. State Senator, elected 1882. President of 
Senate, 1885. Died, April 28, 1902. 



D.D. 

♦William Goodell, Constantinople, Turkey. 

Born at Temploton, Mass.. Feb. 14, 1792. A.B. (Dartmouth, 
1817). D.D. (Hamilton, 1854). Andover Sem., 1820. Cong'l 
missionary. Translator of the Bible into Armeno-Turkish, 1841- 
43, 1863. Died, Feb. 18, 1867. 
George Johnstone, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

A.M. Clergyman. 

♦Robert Ferine Lee, Montgomery, N. Y. 

Born at Yorktown, N. Y., 1803. A.B. (Dickinson. 1824). A.M. 
(Dickinson, 1827). N. B. Sem., 1828. R. D. clergyman. Trus- 
tee, Rutgers, 1851-58. Died, 1858. 



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LL.D. 

♦Daniel Phoenix In graham. New York City. 

Born in New York City, Apr. 22, 1804. A.B. (Columbia, 1817). 
A.M. (Columbia, 1820). LL.D. (Columbia, 1860^. Lawyer. 
Justice, Court of Common Pleas. N. Y., 1837-57. Judge, Su- 
preme Court, N. Y., 1857-74. Died, Dec. 12, 1881. 



1855. 
A.M. 

HntAM E. Johnson. 

*Fbanz M. Schneeweiss, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Eisenerz, Bruck, Austria, Jan. 29, 1831. Studied at 

Univ. Gratz, 1846-47, and Univ. Vienna, 1847-48. X. B. Sem., 

1855. Clergyman, R. C. A. Music teacher. Died, May 15, 1888 

♦Herman F. F. Schnellendritessler, Plainfield, N. J. 

Born in Brandenburg. Prussia, Oct. 4, 1819. Studied at Gym- 
nasium, Gumbinnen. Prussia. N. B. Sem.. 1855. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. Chaplain. U. S. Vols.. 1864-65. Died, Sept. 20, 1898. 
♦Ezekiel Carman Scxjdder, . Asbury Park, N. J. 

Born at Pandeteripo. Ceylon. Oct. 20. 1828. A.B. (Western 
Reserve, 1850). M.D. (Coll, P. & S.)| D.D. (Western Reserve, 
1885). N. B. Sem., 1855. Missionary, R. C. A. Died, Jan. 31, 
1896. 

D.D. 

John Alexander, Kirkaldy, Scotland. 

A.M. Clergyman, Free Church. 
"■John Garretson (also A.M., 182S). 

♦Andrew Bell Patbrson, A.B. (Rutgers, 1834). 

♦Cornelius Van Santv^oord, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at Belleville, N. J., Apr. 8, 1816. A.B. (Union, 1835). 
A.M. (Union, 1838). Princeton Sem., 1838. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. President, General Synod, 1857. Died, Nov. 2. 1901. 



1856. 
A.M. 

♦John Henry Oerter (also D.D., 1878), New York City. 

Born in Westphalia, Germany, Oct. 15, 1831. N. B. Sem., 1856. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, Jan. 24, 1915. 
♦Edward Dorr Griffin Smith, Newark, N. J. 

Born, Nov. 7, 1826. M.D. (Coll. P. & S.. 1851). Practiced in 
Newark. Spent considerable time in Europe on account of 
health ; served in U. S. Navy several years ; then again practiced 
in Newark until his death, June 15, 1878. 

J. M. Stearns, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

^GiLES Vandewall, Paarl, South Africa 

Bom in Holland. Oct. 14. 1828. N. B. Sem.. 18.56. Clergyman. 
R. D. Church of South Africa. Died, Jan. 2, 1896. 



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D.D. 

♦Abraham Beach Carter, Rutgers, 1841. 

*Eli Field Codley, Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Sunderland. Mass., Oct. 13, 1781. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1806). A.M. (Coll. N. J.). Presb. clergyman. Trustee, Coll. 
N. J., 1828-60. Died, April 22. 1860. 

♦Philip Edward Faure, Wynberg, South Africa. 

Clergyman, Dutch Reformed Church. Studied at Utrecht, Hol- 
land. Ordained, 1834. Died, Dec. 7, 1882. 

♦Ravaud Kearny Rodgers, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 3, 1796. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1815). 
A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1818). Princeton Sem, 1818. Presb. clergy- 
man. Died, Jan. 12. 1879. 

LL.D. 

♦George Junkin, ' PhiJadelphia, Penn. 

Born at Kingston, Penn., Nov. 1, 1790. A.B. (Jefferson. 1813). 
A.M. D.D. Presb. clergyman. Founder and first President 
of Lafavette College, 1832-41, 1845-48. President, Miami Univ., 
Ohio. 1841-44. President. Washington Coll., Va.., 1848-61. 
Moderator, General Assembly, 1844. Died; May 20, 1868. 



1857. 
A.M. 

♦Elnathan R. Atwater, New York City. 

Born at Canajoharie, N. Y., Dec. 15, 1816. A.B. (Union, 1834). 
A.M. (Union. 1837). Clergyman, R. C. A. Editor, ''Christian 
Intelligencer," 1853-72. Died, Nov. 28, 1899. 

* Henry Edward Decker, ^ Turin, N. Y. 

Born at Nas.sau, N. Y., Mch. 14. 1833. A.B. (Williams. 1854). 

A.M. (Williams, 1857). N. B. Sem., 1857. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Died. March 25, 1893. 
*Washington Hasbrouck, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at New Paltz, N. Y.. 1824. Ph.D. (Univ. N. Y.j 1869, and 

Coll. N. J., 1876). Principal Normal School, N. J. Founder 

and Principal, Hasbrouck Institute, 1856-76. Died, Feb. 24, 

1895. 
♦Homer Al'gustus Neuron, Poughkecpsie, N. Y. 

Lawyer. County Judge, 1855-61. Member Congress, 1862-64. 

Secretary, State N. Y.. 1867-71. State Senator. 1881. Died, 

Apr. 25, 1891. 

* William Henry Talmage, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in New York City, Jan. 25, 1829. 'A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 
1846). Merchant. Died, May 16, 1873. 



D.D. 

*JoHN James Bonar, Greenock, Scotland. 

Univ. Edinburgh, 1827. D.D. (Edinburgh. 1883). Clergyman, 
Free Church. Died, July 7, 1891. 

*Klbert Stothoff Porter, Clavefack, N. Y". 

Born near Millstone. N. J.. Oct. 23, 1819. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1839). A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1842). N. B. Sem., 1842. Clergy- 
man, R. C. A. President, General Synod, 1868. Editor, "Chris- 
tian Intelligencer," 1852-68. Died, Feb. 26, 1888. 

* William Reiley, A.B. (Rutgers, 1&33). 

*Samuel Merrill Woodbridge (also A.M., 1841, and LL.D., 1883). 



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LL.D. 

♦Gebrit Y. Lansing, Albany, N. Y. 

A.B. (Union, 1800). I>awyer. Chancellor, Regents, Univ. State 
of N. Y. Died. 1862. 

1858. 
A.M. 

John Gordon, • • Liverpool, England. 

Jacob Fbedebick Huff. 

*t'^EDERiCK William A. Riedel. 

Born at Darmstadt, Germany. (?) N. B. Sem., 1838. German 
Reformed clergyman. 

Royal Stutgabi) 

D.D. 

♦Philip Milledoijjr Brett, A.B. (Rutgers, 1834). 

♦Frederick Ogilby, A.B. (Rutgers, 1833). 

♦Alrertus C. Van Raalte, Holland, Mich. 

' Born at Waarneperveen, Netherlands, Oct. 17, 1811. Gi-aduated 

at Univ. Ley den, 1831. Ley den Theological Sem., 1834. Leader 
of the Migration to Holland, Mich. Clergyman, R. C. A. Presi- 
dent of Council. Hope College. 1870-74. Died, Nov. 7, 1876. 



LL.D. 

♦John Lothrop Motley, The Hague, Holland. 

Born at Dorchester, Mass., Apr. 15. 1814. A.B. (Harvard, 
1831). A.M. (Harvard, 1834). LL.D. (Univ. N. Y., 18r>8 ; Har- 
vard, 1860; Cambridge, 1861, and Leyden. 1872). D.C.L. 
(Oxford. 1860). Litt.D. (Univ. State N. Y., 1864). Ph.D. Hon. 
(Groningen, 1864). U. S. Minister to Austria, 1861-66. V. S. 
Minister to England. 1869-70. Historian. Author of "The 
Rise of the Dutch Republic" (1856), and other histories. Died, 
May 29. 1877. 

1859. 
A.M. 

♦Lewis Alexander Brigham, Jersey City. N. J. 

Born at Chatham, N. Y.. Jan. 2. 1831. A.B. (Hamilton. 1859). 

Lawyer, practicing in New Yorlc City. Member of Congress, 

1878-80. Died, Feb. 19. 1885. 
♦Abraham Van Dyck De Witt, . New London, Conn. 

Lawyer. Practiced in Albany, N. Y. Died, Mch. 23, 1912. 
John W. McLatjry. 

Teacher, Delaware Academy (Roxbury Academy). 
Duane B. Simmons. 

Of Japan Mission. 
♦Cyrus G. Vanderveer, New York City. 

Born at New Hurley. N. Y.. 1835. N. B. Sem.. 1859. R. D. 

clergyman. Chaplain. T'. S. Vols., 1861-62. Cor. Sec. Bd. 

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D.D. 

♦Abbam OoTiiouT Halsey, Churchville, Pa. 

Born at Schenectady, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1798. A.B. (Union, 1822). 

Princeton Sem., 1827. R. D. clergyman. Died, Aug. 23, 1868. 
♦Henbt Mabtyn Scuddeb, Winchester, Mass. 

Bom at Pandeteripo, Ceylon, Feb. 5, 1822. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 

1840). A.M. (Univ. N. Y.. 1843). Union Sem.. 1843. M.D. 

(Univ. N. Y., 1853). Cong'l clergyman. Died. June 4, 1895. 

*Febdinand H. Vandebveeb (also A.M., 1828). 



LL.D. 

♦James Henby Co'ffin, Easton, Pa. 

Born at Williamsburg, Mass.. Sent. 6, 1806. A.B. (Amherst, 
1828). Astronomer. Tutor, Williams. 1840-43. Prof. Mathe- 
matics and Astronomy. Lafayette, 1846-73. Writer on Meteor- 
ology. Died, Feb. 6, 1873. 
♦Thegdobe William Dwight, New York City. 

Born at Catskill. N. Y.. July 18. 1822. A.B. (Hamilton, 1840). 
LL.B. (Yale, 1842). A.M. (Hamilton). LL.D. (Columbia, 1860). 
Prof. Law, Hist, and Pol. Econ.. Hamilton. 1846-58. Prof. 
Municipal Law, Columbia, 1858-92. Warden of Law School, 
Columbia, 1864-90. Died, June 28. 1892. 



1860. 
A.M. 

♦Mabmaduke B. Taylob, Camd«n, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Penn.. Aug. 17, 1885. LLB. (Law School, 
Pouj?hkeepsie, N. Y., 1855). Lawyer. Died, Jan. 15, 1890. 



D.D. 

*J0HN De Witt, A.B. (Rutgers, 1838). 

♦Anthony Elmendouf, A.B. (Rutgers, 1836). 

♦William Henby Hobnbloweb, Allegheny, Penn. 

Born at Newark, N. J.. Mch. 21. 1820. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1838). 
A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1841). Princeton Sem., 1842. Presb. clergy- 
man. Prof. Elocution. Chur6h Polity and Pastoral Theology, 
Allegheny Sem., 1877-83. Trustee, Coll. N. J., 1864-71. Died, 
July 16, 1883. 
♦William James Romeyn Taylob, A.B. (Rutgers, 1841). 

♦Abraham Rynier Van Nfst, Jr., A.B. (Rutgers, 1841). 

.♦Ashbel Green Vebmilye, Englewood, N. J. 

Born at Princeton. N. J.. Sent 6, 1822. A.B. fUniy. N. Y., 
1840). A.M. (Univ. N. Y., 1843). N. B. Sem., 1844. Clergy- 
man. R. C. A. President, General Synod, 1871. Died, July 9, 
1005. 

LL.D. 

♦William B. Wedgewood, Washington. D. C. 

A.B. (Univ. N. Y.. 1836). A.M. (Univ, N. Y., 1839). Prof. 
Commercial. Maritime and Pari. Law, and Law of Personal 
Prop., Univ. N. Y.. 1858-64. Established National School of 
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♦Abraham Oothout Zabbiskie, Jersey City, N. 

Born at Greenbush. N. Y., June 10, 1807. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1825). A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1828). LL.D. (Coll. N. J., 1862). 
Lawyer. Chancellor, N. J. Trustee, Rutgers, 1863-66, 1873. 
Died, June 27, 1873. 



1861. 
A.M. 



*JoHN Eadie, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in County Tyrone, Ireland, Dec. 24, 1819. Editor of "N. 
Y. Sun." Later Pres. U. S. Life Ins. Co., then insurance broker. 
Died, June 25, 1890. \ 



D.D. 

*Hervey Doddridge Ganse (also A.M., 1843). 
♦William A. Van Vraxken Mai;on, 
♦Nicholas Everitt Smith, 



Rutgers, 1840. 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1841). 



LL.D. 



*E. W. WhELpley, Morristown, N, J. 

A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1854). A.M. rColl. N. J.). Lawyer. Chief 
Justice Supreme Court, N. J., 1860-64. Trustee. Coll. N. J., 
1862-64. Died, Feb. 21, 1864. 



1862. 
D.D. 

♦Abraham Faube, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Studied at Utrecht, Holland. Clergyman, Dutch Reformed 
Church. Ordained, 1818. Died, Mch. 27, 1875. 

♦Charles Stedman Hageman, A.B. (Rutgers, 1837). 

♦William Augustus Miller, Rutgers, 1842. 



♦John Romeyn Bbodtieap, 



LL.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1831). 



1863. 
D.D. 

♦Edward Erastus Rankin. 

A.B. (Yale, 1840). A.M. (Yale, 1843). 
1889. 

♦Cornelius Van Cleef (also A. M., 1828). 

♦Paul Duryea Van Cleef, 



Clergyman. Died, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1843). 



LL.D. 



♦David H. Riddle, Martinsburgh, Va. 

Born at Martinsburgh, Va., Apr. 14, 1805. A.B. (.Tefferson, 
1823). A.M. (Jefferson, 1826). Princeton Sem.» 1828. D.D. 
(Marshall, 1843). Presb. clergyman. President, .Tefferson 
Coll., 1862-65. Prof. Moral Philosophy, Wash, and Jeff., 1865- 
68. Died, July 16, 1888. 



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1864. 
A.M. 

i'CALEB M. Harrison, Caldwell, N. J. 

Supt. Newark City Home. 

' *HuGH Jl^dson Kilpatrick, Valparaiso, Chili. 

Born near Deckertown, N. J., Jan. 14. 1836. West Point, 1861. 

Served throughout Civil War, 1861-65. Major General. U. S. 

Vols. U. S. Minister to Chili, 1865-68, 1881. Died, Dec. 4, 1881. 
'Albert Mathieu. 

D.D. 

♦Hugh Hamill, A.B. (Rutgers, 1827). 

♦Eugene Augustus Hoffman, A.B. (Rutgers, 1847). 

♦Victor Moreau Hulbert, A.B. (Rutgers, 1839). 

♦James R. Talmage. Kingston, N. Y. 

Born, 1808. A.B. (Cofl. N. J.. 1826K A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1829K 

N. B. Sem., 1829. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, June 29. 1879. 

♦Alphon'so Albert Willits, Spring Lake, N. J. 

Born at Tuckerton. N. J., Oct. 13, 1822. A.M. (Coll. N. J., 
1856). Prcsb. clergyman. Lecturer. Died, Mch. 20, lOlfS. 



LL.D. 

♦Henry Cruse Murphy, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born in Brooklyn. N. Y., July 5, 1810. A.B. (Columbia. 1830). 
Lawyer. Mayor of Brooklyn, 1842. Member of Congress, 1843- 
45, 1847-49. V. S. Minister to Holland, 1858-62. N. Y. Sen- 
ator, 1862-73. Died, -Dec. 1, 1882. 



1865. 
D.D. 

♦John Clarkson Eccleston, New Brighton, S. I. 

A.B. (St. Mary's, 1847). A.M. (St. Mary's. 1849). M.D. 
(T'uiv. Maryland). General Sem., 1854. Episc. clergyman. 
Died, Dec. 28. 1912. 

♦Thomas Conrad Porter, * Easton, Penn. 

Born at Alexandria. Penn.. Jan. 22. 1822. A.B. (Lafayette, 
1840). Princeton Som., 1843. Presb. clergyman. Professor, 
Natural Science, Marshall, 1849-53. Do., Franklin and Mar- 
shall. 1853-66. Professor, Botany, Zoology and Geologry. La- 
fayette. 1866-90. Dean. Pa;Tdee Scientific Dept., 1890-97. 
Emeritus, 1897-1901. LL.D. (Franklin and Marshall, 1880). 
Died, Apr. 29, 1901. 

♦John Limberger See, A.B. (Rutgers, 1841). 

LL.D. 

♦Mercer Beasley, Trenton, N. J. 

Born in Mercer county. N. J., about 1815. Coll. N. J., 1834. 
LL.D. (Coll. N. J.. 1864). Chief Justice Supreme Court. N. J., 
1864-97. Died, Feb., 1897. 



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1866. 
A.M. 

IlABVEY R. ScHEBMERHORN, Neison, Okla. 

Bom at Schodack, N. Y., 1835. N. B. Sem., 1862. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. Teacher. 

♦Frank Wilmarth, East Orange, N. J, 

Born at Smithfield, R. I., Mch. 28, 1841. M.D. (Coll. P. & S., 
1868). Physician. Died, 1881. 



D.D. 

*Ej)WABD Brexton Bogcs, Rutgers, 1S42. 

♦Robert Laubenson Dashiell, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Salisbury, Md., June 25, 1825. A.B. (Dickinson, 
1846). A.M. (Dickinson, 1849). D.D. (Wesleyan, 1866). M. 
E. clergyman. President, Dickinson. 1868-72. Corresponding 
Secretary, Missionary Society. Died, March 8. 1880. 

♦Joseph Kimball. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Newburgh, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1820. A.B. (Union, 1839). 

A.M. (T^nion, 1842). Newburgh Sem.. 1843. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. Died, Dec. 6, 1874. 
♦David Steele, Philadelphia, Penn. 

Born at Londonderry, Ireland. Oct. 20, 1826. A.B. (Miami, 

1857). A.M. (Miami, 1859). LL.D. (Miami. 1900). l>i-esb. 

clergyman. President, Reformed Presb. Sem., 1863-1906. Died, 

June 15, 1906. 
♦Chables II. SriTT, A.B. (Rutgers, 1844). 



LL.D. 

♦Cobtlandt Parkeb, A.B. (Rutgers, 1836). 

♦John McClintock, Madison, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia, Oct. 27, 1814. A B. (Univ. Penn., 1835). 
A.M. (Univ. Penn., 1838). D.D. (Univ. Penn., 1843). LL.D. 
(Dickinson, 1859). M. E. clergyman. P^of. Mathematics, Dick- 
inson, 1836-40. Prof. Latin and Greek, Dickinson, 1840-48. 
Editor, "Quarterly Review," 1848-56. President, Drew Theol. 
Sem., 1867-70. Died, March 4,' 1870. 

♦Peter Vbedenbubgh, Jb., A.B. (Rutgers, 1828). 



1867. 
A.B. 

Rorebt MillikIx\, Bridgeton, N. J. 

Lawyer. 

A.M. 

♦John Jacob Andebson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

College City of N^pw York, 1854. Ph.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1876), 
S.T.D. (Yale, 1878). Cong'l clergyman. Died, 1906. 



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D.D. 

♦James Homeyn Berry, A.B. (Rutgers, 1847). 

♦Cornelius Eltinqe Crispeix, A.B. (Rutgers, 1839). 

♦John Mason Ferris, Flatbush, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1825. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1843). 

A.M. (Univ. N. Y.. 1846). N. B. Sem., 1849. Clergyman, R. 

C. A. Secretary, Board Foreign Missions, R. C. A., 1865-83. 

Editor, "Christian Intelligencer," 1883-1911. Died. Jan. 30, 

1911. 

♦Richard Hollow ay Steete, A.B. (Rutgers, 1814). 

♦John Van Nest Talm AGE, A.B. (Rutgers, 1842). 

♦John Van Liew, A.B. (Queen's, 1816). 



1868. 
D.D. 

♦Theodore Bayard Romeyn, 
♦John Adams. Todd, 
♦Ransom Bethune Welch, 

Born in Greenville, N. Y., a^out 1825. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1846). 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1845). 

Auburn, N. Y. 



A.B. (Union, 1846). 
A.M. (Union, 1849). D.D. (Univ. N. Y., 1868). LL.D. (Mary- 
ville, 1872). Auburn Sem., 1852. Presb. clergyman. Prof. 
Logic, Rhetoric and Eng. Lit., Union. 1866-76. Prof. Christian 
Theology, Auburn Sem., 1876-90. Died, June 29, 1890. 



♦Ezra Cornell. 



LL.D. 



Ithaca, N. Y. 



Born at Westchester Landing, N. Y., Jan. 11, 1807. State Sen- 
ator, N. Y. Pounder of Cornell University. Died, Dec. 9, 1874. 



1869. 
A.M. 

R. M. Stratton (also D.D., 1878). 

Bom, June 20, 1840. M. E. clergyman Pastor of churches in 
New Jersey and New York. 

♦J^ICHOLAS Williamson, 

Born in New York City, Mch. 9, 1845. M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 
1870, and Coll. P. & S., 1871). Physician. Mayor, New Bruns- 
wick, 1895-1902. Died, August 15, 1902. 

Peter A. Youngblood, Hackensack, N. J. 



New Brunswick, N. J. 



D.D. 



Kneeland Platt Ketcham, ^ Plainiield, N. J. 

Born at Babylon, L. I.. Sept. 6, 1837. A.B. (*Coll. N. J., 1857). 
A.M. (Coll. N. J.. 1860). Princeton Sem., 1861. Presb. clergy- 
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Andrew Murray, Wellington, South Africa. 

Graduate of Marischal College, Scotland, and of Theological 
Department of University or Utrecht, Holland. Clergyman, 
Dutch Reformed Church. Founder of Huguenot Seminary, 1874. 
Three times Moderator of Synod. Author of many devotional 
books. 



♦Edward Payson Terhune, 
♦William H. Van Doren, 

Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, Aug., 1882. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1850). 
Chicago, 111. 



1870. 
A.M. 

♦John M. Welch, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Schaghticoke, N. Y., Mch. 5, 1823. Lawyer. District 

Attorney, Columbia county, 1865-68. Police Justice, 1879-80. 
Died, Dec. 29, 1888. 

♦Robert S. Woodruff, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Newark, N. J., Apr. 2, 1841. Lawyea*. Member, N. J. 
Assembly, 1875. Judge, District Court, Trenton, 1877-88. 
Principal, Rutgers Grammar School, 1860. Judge, Court of 
Common Pleas, Mercer county,. 1890-1900. Died, March 2, 
1906. 



D.D. 

♦Samuel Adams Clark, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at Newburyport, Mass., Jan. 27, 1822. Episc. clergyman. 

Died, Jan. 28, 1875. 
♦Robert Brown Oroes, A.B. (Queen's, 1815). 

♦John McClellan Holmes, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

BoTn at Livingston, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1834. A.B. (Williams, 

1853). A.M. (Williams, 1856). N. B. Sem., 1857. Presb. 

clergyman. President, General Synod, R. C. A., 1876. Died, 

June 21 1911. 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1848). 
Rutgers, 1845. 



♦Giles Henry Mandevrxe, 
♦William Hof.«'man Ten Eyck, 



♦John Bodice Thompson, 
♦Jacob West, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1851). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1842), 



LL.D. 

♦Charles J. Folger, New York City. 

Born at Nantucket, Mass., Apf". 16. 1818. A.B. (Hobart. 1836). 
Lawyer. N. Y. State Senator, 1861-69. Chief Judge, Court of 
Appeals, X. Y., 1880. U. S. Secretary of Treasury, 1881-84. 
Died, Sept. 4, 1884. 

♦IlENRY HOGEBOOM, HudfiOU, N. Y. 

Born in Columbia county, N. Y.. 1808. A.B. (Yale, 1827). 

A.M. (Yale, 1830). Lawyer. Justice Supreme Court, N. Y. 
Died, Sept. 12, 1872. 

♦James Ryley Ludlow, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bom in Albany, N. Y., May 3, 1825. A.B. (Univ. Penn., 1843). 
A.M. (Univ. Penn., 1846). LL.D. (Univ. Penn., 1870). Law- 
yer. Judge, Court of Common Pleas. Philadelphia, 1857-75. 
Presiding Judge. Court of Common Pleas, 1875-86. Trustee, 
Jefferson Med. Coll. Died, Sept. 20, 1886. 

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1871. 
Ph.D. 

♦Joseph Kab6£, Princeton, N. J. 

Born In Poland, 1815. Studied at Univ. Breslau. Prof. Con- 
tinental Languages and Literature, CoU. N. J. General, U. S. 
Vols. Died. Dec. 29, 1892. 



Mus.Doc. 

♦Chester David Hartranft (also D.D., 1876), Wolfenbuttel, Germany. 
Born at Frederick, Penn., Oct. 15, 1839. A.B. (Univ. Penn., . 
1861). A.M. (Univ. Penn., 1864). D.D. (Williams, 1893). N. 
B. Sem., 1864. Cong'l clergyman. Prof. Ecclesiastical History, 
Hartford Sem., 1879-88. Prof. Biblical Theology, do., 1892-97. 
Prof. Ecclesiastical Dogmatics, do., 1897-1903. President of 
Hartford Sem., 1888-1903. Emeritus, do., 1903-14. Died, Dec. 
30, 1914. 

D.D. 

♦Shadbach Laycock Bowman, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Berwick, Pa., May 2, 1829. A.B. (Dickinson, 1855). 

A.M. (Dickinson, 1864). S.T.D. (De Pauw Univ., 1870). M. E. 

clergyman. Prof. Greek and Hebrew, Dickinson, 1866-71. Dean 

and Prof. Systematic Theology, De Pauw Univ., 1882-89. Prof. 

Theology, Drew Sem., 1903-04. Died, Sept. 16, 1906. 
♦John Hudson Duryea, A.B. (Rutgers, 1834). 

♦Nehemiah Pbuden Pierce, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Enfield, Conn., 1817. A.B. (Amherst, 1842). A.M. 

(Amherst, 1845). Union Sem., 1845. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Died, April 30, 1880. 

LL.D. 

♦GusTAVUS Fischer, ^ New Brunswick, N. J. 

Bo.rn In Berlin, Prussia, June, 1815. Studied at Universities 
of Goettlngen and Berlin.- Prof. Modern Languages and Litera- 
ture, Rutgers, 1859-68. Musician. Died, Sept. 16, 1893. 



1872. 
A.M. 

♦Manning M. Knapp, Hackensack, N. 

Bom In Bergen county, N. J., about 1823. Lawyer. Prosecutor 
of Pleas, Bergen county, 1850-61. Justice, Supreme Court, N. 
J., 1875-92. Died, Jan. 26, 1892. 



Ph.D. 

♦John Eaton, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Sutton. N. H., Dec. 5, 1829. A.B. (Dartmouth. 1854). 
LL.D. (Dartmouth, 1876). Andover Sem. Brigadier General, 
U. S. Vols., 1865. State Superintendent of Schools, Tenn., 
1867-69. U. S. Commissioner of Education. 1886-91. Inspector 
of Education for Porto Rico, 1899. Died, Feb. 9, 1906. 



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i).D. 

*Edward Tanjoke Corwin (also Litt.D., 1911), North Branch, N. J. 
Born in New York City, July 12, 1834. Coll. City of N. Y., 
1853. N. B. Sem., 1856. Clergyman, R. C. A. Instructor in 
Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis, N. B. Sem., 1883-84. 
1889, 1890, 1891. Instructor in New Testament Exegesis, N. 
B. Sem., 1892. President, General Synod. 1891. Author, "A 
Manual of the Reformed Church in America," in four editions, 
etc. Died, June 22, 1914. 

♦John Gaston, A.B. (Rutgers, 1849). 

♦Augustus D. La whence Jeavett, New York City. 

Bom at Wilkesbarre, Penn., 1830. A.B. (Williams, 1852). 
Princeton Sem., 1854. Presb. clergyman. Died, 1898. 

♦AcMON Pulaski van Gieson, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Born at West Bloomfield, N. J., Jan. 13, 1830. A.B. (Univ. 
N. Y., 1849). N. B. Sem., 1852. Clergyman, R. C. A. President, 
General Synod. 1873. Died, April 19, 1906. 



LL.D. 

♦Joel Parker, Philadelphia, Penn. 

Born at Monmouth, N. J., Nov. 24, 1816. A.B. (Princeton, 
1839). A.M. (Princeton, 1842). Lawyer. Member, N. J. As- 
sembly, 1847. Major General of Volunteers, 1861. Governor, 
New Jersey, 1862-65. 1871-74. Associate Justice Supreme Court, 
N. J., 1880-88. Died, Jan. 2, 1888. 



1873. 
A.M. 



♦J. G. Crate. 

Born, 1830. M. E. clergyman. Charges in N. J. Died, June 
24, 1891. 

C.E. 

♦James Kennedy Barton. B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1871). 

♦Edward Albert Bowser (also LL.D., 1905), B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1868). 

♦George D. Howell, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1868). 

♦William Edward Kelly, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1868). 

♦FiOYD Marvin Vanderoef, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1868). 



Ph.D. 

♦George Washington Hill (also LL.D., 1909), A.B. (Rutgers, 1859). 



D.D. 

♦Edward Webster Appieton, A.B. (Rutgers, 1852). 

♦Augustus Blauvelt, A.B, (Rutgers, 1858). 

♦Isaac Smithson Hartley, Great Barrington, Mass. 

Born in New York City. Sept. 20. 1830. A.B. (Univ N. Y., 
1852). Andover Sem., 1856. Bpisc. clergyman. Trustee, Rut- 
gers, 1873-93. Died, July 3, 1899. 



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♦Abel T. Stev/abt, • A.B. (Rutgers, 1843). 

R. M. Stratton (also A.M., 1869); 

*M. Cohen Stuakt, Utrecht, Holland. 

Arminian College, Amsterdam. Remonstrant clergyman. Secre- 
tary, Evangelical Alliance for Holland. 

♦William Hayes Ward, New York City. 

Born at Abington, Mass., June 25, 1835. A.B. (Amherst, 1856). 
A.M. (Amherst, 1859). Andover Sem., 1859. D.D. (Univ. N. 
y., 1873). LL.D. (Amherst. 1885). Editor, "The Independent." 
Author. Archaeologist. Died, Aug. 28, 1916. 

LL.D. 

♦William Henry Green, Princeton, N. J. 

Born at Groveville, N. J., Jan. 27, 1825. A.B. (Lafayette, 
1840). Princeton Sem.. 1846. D.D. (Coll. N. J.. 1857). Presb. 
clergyman. Hebrew scholar. Prof. Oriental and Old Testament 
Literature, Princeton Sem., 1851-1900. Chairman Old Testament 
Revision Committee. Author, "A Grammar of the Hebrew 
Language," "The Pentateuch Vindicated," "The Unity of Gene- 
sis." etc. Died, Feb. 10, 1900. 
♦David Murray, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born near Delhi, N. Y., Oct. 15. 1830. A.B. (Union. 1852). 
Ph.D. (N. Y. Board of Regents, 1863). LL.D. (Union, 1874). 
Principal, Albany Academy, 1857-63. Prof. Mathematics, 
Natural Philosophy and Astronomy, Rutgers, 1863-76. Trustee, ' 
Rutgers, 1892-1905. Trustee, Union, 1882-89. Adviser, Im- 
perial Minister of Education, Japan, 1873-79. Decoration of 
the Rising Sun. 1878. Secretary, Board of Regents, Univ. 
State of N. Y., 1880-89. Died, March 6. 1905. 



1874. 
A.M. 

Martin Lewis Deyo, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Born at Ghent. N. Y., Dec. 28, 1845. State Normal School, 
Brockport, N. Y., 1870. LL.B. (Albany Law School, 1877). 
Prof. Mathematics, Albany Academy, 1870-98. 



C.E. 

♦WiNFiELD Scott Lasher. . B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1871). 



Ph.D. 

♦Henry Magnus Bauscher, Fort Lee, N. Y. 

Principal, Academy at New PaltZj ^. Y., and later at Fort Lee, 
N. Y. Died, Sept., 1895. 

D.D. 

♦David Inglis, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born, June 8, 1824. Univ. E^plinburgh, 1841. Studied theology 
under Dr. Chalmers and Dr. John Brown. LL.D. (Olivet Coll., 
Miich.). Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, Dec. 15, 1877. 



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*Benjaaiin Babb Leacock, ^ A.B. (Rutgers, 1847). 

♦Samuel Wickham Mnxs, A.B. (Rutgers, 1838). 

♦GuiDO Fbidolin Verbeck, Tokio, Japan. 

'Born at Zeist, Netherlands, Jan. 23, 1830. Auburn Sem.,.1859. 
Missionary, R. C. A., in Japan. In service of Imperial Govern- 
ment in educational, translation and advisoTy work. Died, 
Marcli 10, 1898. 

LL.D. 

♦David Aykes Depue, -: > Newark, N. J. 

Born at Mount Bethel, Penn., Oct. 27, 1826. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1846). LL.D. (Coll. N. J., 1880). Associate Justice, Supreme 
Court, N. J. Died, 1902. 

♦Ward Hunt, Washington, D. C. 

Born at Utica, N. Y., June 14, 1810. A.B. (Union, 1828). 
LL.D. (Union, 1870). Member, N. Y. Assembly, 1839. Mayor, 
Utica, N. Y., 1844. Judge, N. Y. Court of Appeals, 1865-72. 
Associate Justice, U. S. Supreme Court, 1872-82. Died, March 
24, 1886. 



1876. 



♦Marshall H. Bright, 



A.M. 

New York City. 

Born in Hudson, N. Y. Aug., 1834. Lawrence Scientific School, 
1852-53. Assistant Editor, "Albany Axgus," 1854. On staffs 
of Generals Anderson, W. T. Sherman, Buell, Rosecrans and 
George H. Thomas, during Civil War. Brevet Major. Editor 
of the "Christian-at-Wofk," 1873-1907. Died, Feb. 28, 1907. 
♦Marcellus Oakey, Madison, N. J. 

Born at Jamaica, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1849. Superintendent of 
Schools, Madison, 1904-12. Died, May 9, 1912. 



D.D. 



♦Henry Clay Cameron, > Princeton, N. J. 

Bom at Shepherdstown, Va., Sept. 1, 1829. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 

1847). A.M. (Coll. N. J.). Ph.D. (Coll. N. J., 1866). D.D. 

(Wooster Univ., 1875). Prof. Greek Language and Literature, 

Coll. N. J. Died, 1906. 
♦William Cornell, A.B. (Rutgers, 1859). 



LL.D. 

♦Theodore Runyon, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Somerville, N. J., Oct. 25, 1822. A.B. (Yale, 1842). 
• A.M. (Yale, 1862). LL.D. (Wesleyan, 1867, and Yale, 1882). 
Lawyer. Brigadier General, First N. J. Brigade, 1861-62. 
Mayor, Newark, 1864-65. Major General, National Guard, 
State N. J., 1869-73. Chancellor of New Jersey, 1873-87. 
Ambassador to Germany, 1893-96, Died, Jan. 27, 1896. 

♦Theodoric Romeyn Westbrook, A.B. (Rutgers, 1838). 



1876. 
Ph.D. 



♦John P. Gross, 

Died, 1881. 



Plainfield, N. J. 



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D.D. 

♦Samuel Etherington Appleton, A.B. (Rutgers, 1852). 

♦William Hankin Dubyek, A.B. (Rutgers, 1856). 

♦Chester David Hartbanft (also Mus.Doc, 1871). 
♦GOYN Talmage, A.B. (Rutgers, 1842). 



1877. 
A.M. 



♦Nelson Haas (also Ph.D., 1893), 



Hackensack, N. J. 



Born at Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Aug. 3, 1838. Law School, 
Harrisburg, Pa. Lawyer. Teacher. Principal, Grammar 
School, Hackensack, 1871. Supervising principal. Died, Dec. 
28, 1905. 



♦Silas Ebenezer Weir, Jr., 



C.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1871). 



Ph.D. 



♦QuiNCY Adams Gillmore, 

Born at Black River, Ohio, 



Brooklyn, N. 
U. S. Military 



Born at Black Kiver, unio. Feb. 28, 1825. U. S. Military 
Academy, 1849. Instructor in Military Engineering, do., 1852. 
Treasurer and Quartermaster, do. Served throughout the Civil 
War, rising to the rank of Major General of Volunteers. Vol- 
uminous writer on engineering topics. Died, April 7, 1888. 

♦Jacob Simmons Mosher, Rutgers, 1856. 



D.D. 



♦Henry Martyn Baird, New York City. 

Born in Philadelphia, Jan. 17, 1832. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 1850). 
A.M. (Univ. N. Y.. 1854). Ph.D. (Princeton, 1867). LL.D. 
(Princeton, 1882). L.H.D. (Princeton). Princeton Sem., 1859. 
Prof. Greek Language and Literature, Univ. N. Y., 1859-1902. 
Emeritus, 1902-06. Dean, University College, Univ. N. Y., 
1892-1906. Historian. Died, 1906. 

♦George Sayles Bishop, East Orange, N. J. 

Born at Rochester, N. Y., June 28, 1886. A.B. (Amherst, 
1858). Princeton Sem., 1864. Clergyman, R. C. A. President, 
General Synod, 1899. Died, Mch. 12, 1914. 

♦Mabtin V. Schoonmaker (also A.M., 1842). 



♦John Adams Nichols, 
Principal of school. 
Yonkers until 1888. 



1878. 



tion. Died, Dec. 29, 1887. 



A.M. 

Yonkers, N. 

Later first Superintendent of Schools of 
President. N. Y. State Teachers' Assocla- 



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PhD. 

♦Chaeles Curtis, Livingston, N. Y. 

Born in Maine. A.B. (Bowdoin, 1864). Teacher and Principal 

at Kingston, N. Y. and New York City. Died, Jan. 22, 1905. 



D.D. 

♦Jacob Chamberlain, Madanapalle, India. 

Bom at Sharon, Conn., Apr. 13, 1835. A.B. (Western Reserve, 

1856). N. B. Sem., 1859. M.D. (Coll. P. & S., 1859). D.D. 

(Western Reserve, 1878, and Union^ 1878). LL.D. (Hope, 1900). 

Missionary, R. C. A. President, General Synod, 1878. Author 

of books on Missions and in Telugu. Died, March 2, 1908. 
♦Henry Nitchie Cobb, New York City. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 15, 1834. A.B. (Yale, 1855). 

A.M. (Yale, 1858). Union Sem.*, 1857. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Corresponding Secretary, Board of Foreign Missions, R. C. A., 

1881-1910. Died, Apr. 17, 1910. 

♦John Henry Oerter (also A.M., 1856). 

♦George Swain, A.B. (Rutgers, 1863). 

♦Cornelius Low Wells, A.B. (Rutgers, 1852). 

♦Edward Wilson, Metuchen, N. J. 

Born in Liverpool, England, July 25, 1820. Reformed Episc. 
clergyman. Bishop at Montreal and Ottawa, Canada, 1880. 
Retired at Metuchen. Died, June 3, 1908. 



♦Jonathan Dixon, 



LL.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1859). 



1879. 
A.B. 

Charles Dfdrich Van Romondt, Pompton Plains, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 13, 1847. Physician. M.D. 
(Columbia, 1872). 

A.M. 

Jonathan Cowles Andrus, Oberlin, Ohio. 

Bom at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Jan. 10. 1855. Cornell Univ., 
1870-73. LLB. (Columbia, 1876). N. B. Sem., 1882. Teacher. 
Cong'l clergyman. 

William S. McNair, Wilmington, Del. 

Principal of Brandywine Seminary. 



Ph.D. 

Thomas Alva Edison, West Orange, N. J. 

Born at Milan, Ohio, Feb. 11, 1847. Ph.D. (Union, 1878). 
Inventor of the megaphone, phonograph, incandescent lamp, 
aerophone, kinetoscope. Over 900 inventions. 



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D.D. 

*TiiEODOBic RoMEYN Beck, A.B. (Rutgers, 1849). 

♦Daniel Ckosby (jBEENE, Tokio, Japan. 

Born at Roxbury, Mass., Feb. 11, 1843. A.B. (Dartmouth, 
1864). A.M. (Dartmouth). Andover Sem., 1869. Cong'l mis- 
sionary, 1869- . Member, New Testament Translation Com- 
mittee, 1873-80. Prof. Old \ Testament Exegesis, Doshlsha, 
Kyoto, 1881-87. Author and translator. Died, Sept. 15, 1913. 

♦Mancitjs Holmes Hutton, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Oct. 13, 1837. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 
1857). N. B. Sem., 1860. Clergymafa, R. C. A. President, 
General Synod, 1888. President, Board of Foreign Missions. 
Instructor. Hellenistic Greek and New Testament Exegesis, N. 
B. Sem., 1907. Died, Dec. 19. 1909. 

Alfred S. Richardson, Great Malvern, Eng. 

Bishop of the Reformed Episc. Church. 



1880. 
D.D. 

♦Stephen Livingstone Baldwin, New York City. 

Born, 1835. M. E. Sem., at Concord, N. H., 1857. D.D. (Wes- 
leyan). M. E. clergyman. Missionary to China, 1858-80. 
Recording Secretary, M. E. Missionary Society, 1888-1902. 
General Secretary. Ecumenical Conference, New York, 1900. 
Died, July 28, 1902. 

♦John Benjamin Drury, A.B. (Rutgers, 1858). 

Charles Edward Hart, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Freehold, N. J., Feb. 28, 1838. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1858). A.M. (Coll. N. .T., 1861). Princeton Sem., 1861. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. Prof. English Language and Literature, 
Rutgers, 1880-97. Prof. Ethics, Evidences of Christianity and 
the English Bible, 1897-1903. Prof. Ethics and Evidences of 
Christianity, 1903-07. Emeritus, 1907- . 

♦Leonard William Kip, Amoy, China. 

Bom in New York City, Nov. 10, 1837. A.B. (Columbia, 1857). . 
N. B. Sem., 1860. Missionary, R. C. A„ in China, 1861-98. 
Died, Feb. 7, 1901. 

♦Edward Petrie Livingston, A.B. (Rutgers, 1852). 

♦Theodore William Simpson, A.B. (Rutgers, 1828). 



1881. 
A.B. 

♦William E. Bissell, Newark, N. J. 

Graduate of State Normal School. Head Master, Rutgers 
Grammar School. Died, Sept. 22, 1899. 



A.M. 

George Moritz Wahl (also L.H.D., 1891), Williamstown, Mass. 

Born at Unkersdorf, Germany, May 31, 1851. Studied at Halle, 
Leipzig and Berlin yniYS. A.M. (Williams, 1894). Prof. Ger- 
man Language and Literature, Williams, 1894- . 



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Ph.D. 

Arthur T. Neale, Newark, Del. 

Chemist, N. J. Agric. Experimebt Station. 



D.D. 

♦Edward Benton Coe (also LL.D., 1893), New York City. 

Born at Milford, Conn., June 11, 1842. A.B. (Yale, 1862). 
S.T.D. (Yale, 1885). Union Sem., 1862-63. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Prof. Modern Languages, 'Yale, 1864-79. Senior Minister, 
Collegiate Church, 1899-1914. President, General Synod, 1898. 
Trustee, Rutgers, 1887-1914. Trustee, Columbia, 1896-1914. 
Trustee. Robert College, Constantinople, 1894-1914. Died, Mcb. 
19, 1914. 

♦William Henry Gleason, Hudson, N. Y. 

Born at Durham, Conn., Sept. 28, 1833. A.B. (Yale, 1853). 
Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, Feb. I?l, 1892. 

* Charles Frederick Hoffman, Rutgers, 1851. 

Edward Allen Reed, Holyoke, Hass. 

Born at Lansingburgh, N. Y., June 24, 1843. Auburn Sem., 

1871. Clergyman, R. C. A. Pastor, Madison Ave. Reformed 

Church, New York City, 1878-86. 

♦John Garnsey Van Slyke, A.B. (Rutgers, 1866). 

1882. 
A.M. 

♦Beriah Andre. Watson, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Lake George, N. Y., Mcb. 26, 1836. M.D. (Univ. N. 
Y., 1861). Physician. Surgeon in U. S Army, 1862-65. Writer 
• and Translator of Medical Works. Died, Dec. 22, 1892. 



I»h.D. 

James Edmondson, ' Marshalltown, Iowa. 

Cong, clergyman. 

Artemas Martin, Washington, D. C. 

Born in Steuben county, N. Y, Aug. 3, 1835. A.M. (Yale, 1877). 

LL.D. (Hillsdale, 1885). Mathematician. U. S. Coast and 

Geodetic Survey, 1885- . 



P.D. 

♦John Hay, Madras, India. 

Graduated Marlschal College and Univ. Aberdeen. Theological 
College, Bedford. Fellow and Member Senate, Madras Univ., 
1888. Missionary London Miss. Soc. Reviser of Telugu Bible, 
for British and Foreign Bible Society, 1883. Died, Oct. 28, 1891. 

♦Leopold Mohn, Hoboken, N. J. 

Born in Westphalia, Germany. Feb. 13, 1833. Clergyman, R. C. 
A. N. B. Sem., 1855. Died, March 8, 1885. 

♦David Waters, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Harland, Scotland, .Tan. 18, 1828. Univ. Toronto, 1855- 
59. LL.B. (Univ. Toronto, 1869). Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, 
Aug. 4, 1897. 



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1883. 
A.M. 

♦John Lawrence Johnson, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Heuvelton, N. Y.,- May 16, 1847. State Normal School, 
Albany, 1871. Prof. Mathematics, High School, Newark, 1872- 
76, 1877-83. Lawyer. Judge, Court of Common Pleas, Essex 
county. 1883-88. Died, Mch. 1915. 



M.Sc. 

James Heevey Stebbins, Je., New York City. 

Born in Brooklyn. N. Y., June 4, 1857. B.Sc. (Harvard, 1878). 
Ph.D. (Univ. Omaha, 1892). Chemist and Pathologist. 



D.D. 

♦Charles Dubyea Buck, Middletown, N. J. 

Born at Knox, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1826. A.B. (Williams. 1845). 

Union Sem., 1848-49. Clergyman, R. C, A. Died, May 26, 
1693. 

♦John Lainq, Dundas, Ontario, Canada. 

Born in Rossshire, Scotland, Mch. 24, 1828. King's College and 
Knox College, Toronto. B.A. (Victoria College, 1871). M.A. 

(Victoria College). Presb. clergyman. Chairman, Board of 
Examiners, Knox College. Moderator, General Assembly, 1890. 

Died, Feb. 27, 1902. 

♦William Morton Postlethwaite, West Point, N. Y. 

A.B. (Kenyon, 1862).. Seminary at Gambler, Ohio, 1866. 
Episc. clergyman. Chaplain U. S. Military Acad, and Prof. His- 
tory, Geography and Ethics, 1881-96. Died, Jan. 10, 1896. 

♦John Howard Suydam, A.B. (Rutgers, 1854). 

♦Evert Van Slyke, A.B. (Rutgers, 1862). 



I*itt.D. 

George Lansing Raymond, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Born at Chicago, 111., Sept. 3, 1839. A.B. (Williams, 1862). 
A.M. (Williams and Princeton, 1896). L.H.D. (Williams, 1889). 
Princeton Sem., 1865. Presb. clergyman. Prof. Oratory, Wil- 
liams, 1874-80. Prof. Oratory and Aesthetic Criticism, 1880-93. 
Prof. Aesthetics, Princeton, 1893-1905. Prof: Aesthetics, George 
Washington Univ., 1905-12. Author of books on art. 



LL.D. 

♦William Augustus Newell, , A.B. (Rutgers, 1836). 

♦Samuel Merrill Woodbridge (also A.M., 1841, and D.D., 1857). 



1884. 
D.D. 

John Walter Beardslee (also LL.D., 1907), A.B. (Rutgers, 1860). 



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1885. 
D.D. 

James Lansing Amebman, Cobleskill, N. Y. 

Born at Farmingdale, L. I., Aug. 13. 1843. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 
1862). N. B. Sem., 1868. Clergyman, R. C. A. Missionary to 
Japan, 1876-93. Prof. Theology, Toklo. 1877-93. Financial Sec- 
retary Board Foreign Missions. R. C. A.. 1893-1915. 
♦Wesley Reid Davis, New York City. 

•Born in Carroll county, Maryland, Jan. 14, 1847. A.M. (Wes- 
leyan Univ., 1875). Clergyman, R. C. A. Died. Jan. 26, 1905. 



LL.D. 

♦Talbot Wilson Chambers, A.B. (Rutgers, 1834). 

♦JUDSON Stuart T.aisdon, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Born at Salisbury, Conn., 1832. LL.B. (Yale, 1855). A.M. 

(Union. 1855). Lawyer. District Attorney, Schenectady county, 

1855-63. County Judge, 1865-70. ' Justice Supreme Court, N. 

Y., 1873-91. President ad interim of Union College, 1884-88. 

Trustee, Union, 1875-1905. Associate Justice, Couft of Appeals, 

1884-99. Died, Sept. 7, 1905. 



1886. 
D.D. 

♦Murdoch Macdonald. Melbourne, Australia. 

Born, 1832. Studied at Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. 
Ordained, 1863. Proifessor, Dogmatic Theology and Church 
History, Ormond College, Melbourne Univ., 1883- . Moder- 
ator, Presbyterian Church of Victoria, 1890. D.D. (St. An- 
drews, 1892). Died, 1906. 

♦Henby Vehstj^ge, Irvington, N. J. 

Bom in New York City, Feb. 12, 1837. Coll. City of N. Y., 
1858. N. B. Sem., 1861. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, Mar. 4, 
1894. 

LL.D. 

William Isaac Chamberlain, Hudson, Ohio. 

Bom at Sharon, Conn., Feb. 11, 1837. A.B. (Western Reserve, 
1859). A.M. (Western Reserve, 1862). LL.D. (Ohio State 
Univ., 1887). Prof. Latin and Greek. Western Reserve, 1861- 
71. Secretary of Agriculture, Ohio, 1880-86. Licensed and or- 
dained by Congregational Council, Columbus, Ohio, 1886. Pres- 
ident, Iowa State College of Agriculture, 1886-90. Associate 
Editor, "Ohio Farmer," 1891-1908. Associate Editor, "Na- 
tional Stockman and Farmer," 1908- . Member, Board of 
Control, Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station. 

♦Alexander Johnston, A.B. (Rutgers, 1870). 

1887. 
A.M. 

Charles Calvin Stimets, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Highgate, Vermont, Dec. 10, 1850. Oswego (N. Y.) 

Normal College, 1872. Principal, Hasbrouck Institute, 1876- 
1912. 



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DDi 

♦William Hickman Smith Aurbey,' • Croydon, England. 

Born in London, England, Dec. 9, 1858. D,D. (Univ. N. Y., 
1881). Clergyman, Church of England. Author and journalist. 
Writer on History and Economics. Died, Feb. 10, 1916. 

♦Charles Wjinson Fbitts, A.B. (Rutgers, 1862). 

♦Jared Waterbury Scudder (also A.M., 1853). 



1888. 
p.D. 

Gbaha,m Tayj-ob (also LL.D., 1016), A.B. (Rutgers, 1870). 

LL.D. 

♦Henry Weller Bookstaver, A.B. (Rutgers, 1859). 



1889. 
A.M. 

Oliver Turnbull Crane. 
A.B. (Yale, 1879). 

Eugene Hoffman 1*oeteb, New York City. 

Born at Ghent, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1856. Cornell Univ. M.D. 
(Homoeopathic Med. Coll., 1885), Dr. P.H. (Syracuse, 1912). 
Physician. Edltor-in-Chiei North American Journal of Homoeo- 
pathy, 1902. Pjpof. Physiological Materia Medica, N. Y. Homoeo- 
pathic College. N. Y. State Commissioner of Health, 1905-14. 
♦Henry Genet Taylor, • Camden, N. J. 

Born near Troy, N. Y., July 6, 1837. M.D. (Univ. Penn., 1860). 
Physician. Assistant Surgeon, 8th N. J. Regiment, 1861. Bri- 

tade Surgeon, 3d Army Corps. Resigned 1864. President N. J. 
tate Medical Society, 1889. Died,. Jan. 14, 1916. 

♦Peter Garretson Wyckoff, Elizabeth. N. J. 

Born at Millstone. N. J.. May 13, 1837. Principal of school. 
Died, March 5, 1905. 

D.D. 

♦William fcJUTHERLAND Swanson, London, England. 

Missionary at Amoy. Secretary Foreign Missions English Pres- 
byterian Church. Died, Nov. 24, 1893. 

Nathaniel Hixon Van Arsdale, A.B. (Rutgers, 1862). 

♦Christian Van Dek Veen, A.B. (Rutgers, 1858). 



L.H.D. 

♦Emilio Comb a, Florence, Italy. 

Prof. Waldenslan Theological College. Author, "History of the 
Waldenses in Italy." Died, Sept. 1, 1904. 



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Albert Stanburrougu Cook (also LL.D., 1906) 

B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1872). 

John Chakles Van Dyke, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., ;A'pr. 21, 1856. Ldbrarian Sage 
Library, N. B. Sem., 1878- . Lecturer on Modern Art, Rutgers, 
1889-91. Prof. History of Art, 1891- . Writer and Lecturer 
on Alt. Author, Books On Art, etc. 



LL.D. 

♦William Walter Phelps, Teaneck, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Aug. 24, 1839. A.B. (Yale, 1860). 
A.M. (Yale, 1863). LL.B. (Columbia, 1863). LL.D. (Yale, 
1890). Lawyer. Member Congress, 1873-75, 1883-89. U. S. 
Minister to Austria. 1881-82. U. S. Minister to Germany, 
1889-93. Judge N. J. Court of Errors and Appeals, 1893-94. 
Died, June 16, 1894. 



1890. 
Ph.D. 

♦James Copper Bayles, ' New York City. 

Born in New York City, July 3, 1845. Editor, "Iron Age," 
1870-89. President, Health Department, New York, 1888. In- 
vestigator in Electro-Metallurgy, Microscopic Analysis of Metals, 
Sanitation and Mechanical Hygiene. Died, May 7, 1913. 



D.D. 

♦John Henry Salisbury, A.B. (Rutgers, 1875). 

Ferdinand Schureman Schenck (also LL.D., 1906), 

, , New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Plattekill, N. Y, Aug. o; 1845. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1865). 
Albany Law School, 1867. N. B. Sem., 1872. Clergyman, R. 
C. A. Prof. Practical Theology, N. B. Sem., 1899- . President, 
General Synod, 1892. Author. 



L.H.D. 

Theodore Whitefield I1unt» Princeton, N. J. 

Born at Metuchen, N. J., Feb. 19, 1844. A.B. (Princeton, 
1865). Ph.D. (Lafayette. 1880). Princeton Sem., 1869, Prof. 
English Language and Literature, Princeton, 1873— . Writer 
on English Literature. 

♦Cornelius Van Aijj:n Van DycK; Beyrout, Syria. 

Born at Kinderhook, N. Y..' Aug.. 13, 1818. M.D. (Jefferson 
Med. Coll., 1839). LL.D. in absentia (Edinburgh, 1892). Cong'l 
Missionary in Syria, 1839-95. Translator of the Bible into 
Arabic, 1864. Prof. Chemistry and Pathology, Syrian Protestant 
College. Prof. Astronomy. Died, Nov. 13, 1895. 



LL.D. 

♦George Junkin, Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B. (Miami Univ., 1842). Lawyer. Director Princeton Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1869-1901. Died, Apr. 10, 1902. 



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BUTGEES COLLEGE. 



1891. 
Ph.D. 

♦George DuBYEE HuLST, A.B. (Rutgers, 1866). 

Anthony Woodwabd, Monkey, N. Y. 

Librarian American Museum of Natural History, 1876-1904. 

Specialist in Fossil Foraminifera. Curator of Department of 

Maps and Charts. 1904- . 

D.Sc. 

*JoHN C. Cbuikshank (also A.M., 1837). 

*JOHN Bernhabd Smith, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born' in New York City, Nov. 21, 1858. Prof. Entomology, 
Rutgers, 1889-1912. Entomologist, N. J. Agricultural Exper- 
iment Station, 1889-1912. State Entomologist, New Jersey, 
1898-1912. Writer on Entomology and Member of many scien- 
tific societies. Died, Mch. 12. 1912. 



Isaac Peterson Brokaw, 
♦Chables Isaac Sheparp, 



D.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1866). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1850). 



L.H.D. 

♦Geobge Buckham, 
Geobge Moritz Wahl (also A.M., 1881). 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1832). 



LL.D. 

♦Alexander Taggart McGtix, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born at Allegheny City, Penn.. Oct. 20, 1843. A.B. (Coll. N. 
J., 1864). A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1867). LKB. (Columbia, 1867). 
LL.D. (Coll. N. J., 1891). Member N. J. Assembly, 1874-75. 
Prosecutor of Pleas, Hudson county, 1878---83. Judge Court of 
Common Pleas, Hudson county, 1883^7. Chancellor of the 
State of New Jersey, 1887-1900. Died, April 21, 1900. 
* Abraham V. Van Fleet. Flemington, N. J. 

Born in Hunterdon county, N. J., about 1825. LL.D. (Lafayette, 
1880, and Princeton, 1894). Lawyer. Vice Chancellor of the 
State of New Jersey, 1875-94. Died, Dec. 25. 1904. 



1892. 
A.M. 



♦Edward Els worth, 



Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



Born in New York City, Jan. 6, 1840. LL.B. (State and National 
Law School, 1858). Banker. Lawyer. Mayor, Poilghkeepsie, 
1887-89, 1891-92. Trustee. Vassar, 1892- . Treasurer, do., 
1899- . Died. Feb. 2, 1911. 



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Ph.D. 

John Milton Bigelow, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Albany, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1846. AB. (Williams, 1866). 
AM. (Williams, 1869). M.D. (Coll. P. and S. 1869). lion. 
M.D. (Albany Med. Coll., 1870). Prof. Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics and Diseases of Throat and Nose, Albany Med. 
Coll., 1870-1900. Emeritus, 190O- . 

Eliot Robertson Payson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at New Hartford, N. Y.. FeU 24, 1846. AB. (Hamilton, 
1869). A.M. (Hamilton, 1872). Head Master, Rutgers Prepara- 
tory School. 1891-1908. Prof. History and Art of Teaching, 
Rutgers,^ 1893-1908. Prof. History of Teaching and Associate 
Prof. German Lang, and Lit.. 1908- . 



D.D. 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1865). 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1874). 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1863). 
East Orange, N. J. 
Born at Smyrna, Turkey, Oct. 4, 1852. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1872). 
Union Sem., 1878. Presb. clergyman. Pastor, Brick Presb. 
Church, 1898- . Prof Hellenistic Greek and New Testament 
Exegesis, N. B. Sem., 1892-98. 

James Wells, Glasgow, Scotland. 

Author, "Christ and the Heroes of Heathendom," etc. 



John Knox Allen, 
Joseph Rankin Duryee, 
*Chables Hubbabd Pool, 
James Foksyth Riggs, 



L.H.D. 

PIenby Pitt Wabren, Albany, N. Y. 

Bom at Windham, Maine, Mch. 21, 1846. A.B. (Yale, 1870). 
L.H.D. (Williams, 1908). Principal of the Albany Academy, 
1886- . 



LL.D. 



♦David D. Demabest. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1837). 



1893. 
E.E. 



ChaBLES liEAVITT EdGAR, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1882). 



Ph.D. 



♦Nelson Haas, (also A.M.. 1877>. 

Edgar Solomon S hum way. Brooklyn, N. 

Born at Belchertown, Mass., June 6, 1856. A.B. (Amherst, 
1879). A.M. (Amherst, 1882). Adjunct Prof. Latin. Rutgers, 
1883-85. Prof. Latin Language and Literature, 1885-1900. 
Lecturer on Roman Law, Univ. Penn., 1900-04. Head af Class- 
ical Department, Manual Training High School, Brooklyn, , 
1904- . 



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D.D. 

* J AMES Le Fevbe, A.B. (Rutgers, 1854). 

*Oben Root, Clinton, N. Y, 

Born at Syracuse^ N. Y., May 18, 1838. A.B. (Hamilton, 

1856). L.H.D. (I^nion, 1895). LL.D. (Upper Iowa Univ.). 

Clergyman, R. C. A. Professor Mathematics, Hamilton, 1881- 

1907. President, Prltchett College, Glasgow, Mo., 1873-76. 

Died, Aug. 27, 1907. 

John Preston Searle, A.B. (Rutgers, 1875). 

♦Henby Stout, A.B. (Rutgers, 1865). 

Paul Frederick Sutphen, A.B. (Rutgers, 1876). 

Theodore Wyckofb' Welles, A.B. (Rutgers, 1862). 

L.H.D. 

♦Lemuel Carrington Mtgatt, New York City. 

A.B. (Williams, 1870). A.M. (Williams, 1887). Principal and 
Head Master Collegiate Grammar School, 1887-1910. Died, July 
23, 1910. 



LL.D. 

♦Henry Rutgers Baldwin, A.B. (Rutgers, 1849). 

♦Edware Benton Coe (also D.D., 1881). 



1894. 
A.M. 

♦Wjlliaae Mershon Lanntng, Trenton, N. J. 

Bom in Mercer county, N. J., Jan. 1, 1849. A.M. (Princeton, 
1903). LL.D. (Washington and Jefferson, 1908, and Princeton, 
1910). Lawyer. Judge, District Court. Trenton, 1887-91. 
Member, Congress, 1903-04. Judge. U. S. District Court, 1904- 
09. Judge, U. S. Circuit Court, 1909-12. Director and Trus- 
tee, Princeton Theological Seminary. Died, Feb. 16, 1912. 



PhD. 

Henry White Callahan, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born at Oxford, N. Y., Apr. 15, 1856. A.B. (Hamilton, 1878). 
A.M. (Hamilton, 1881). Teacher. Head Master, Berkeley In-, 
stitute, 1909- . 

D.D. 

Hfnry Elias Dosker, Louisville, Ky. 

Born at Bunschoten, Netherlands, Feb. 5, 1855. A.B. (Hope, 
1876). McCormick Sem., 1879. LL.D. (Central Unly., Ky., 
1905). Presb, clergyman. Prof. Church History, Western 
Sem., Holland. Mich., 1894-1903. Prof. Church History, Louis- 
ville Sem., 1903- . 

William White Knox, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Utica, N. Y.. Dec. 14, 1842. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1862). 
Princeton Sem., 1866. Presb. clergyman. Pastor First Presby- 
terian Church. 

Alexander Mackenzie, Nairn,. Scotland. 

Philettjs Theodore Pockman, A.B. ((Rutgers, 1875). 



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LL.D. 

♦Gerrit John Kollen, Holland, Mich-. 

Bom In Province of Overijssel, Netherlands. Aug. 9, 1843. A.B. 
(Hope, 1868). A.M. (Hope, 1871). Assistant Prof. Mathe- 
matics and Natural Philosophy, Hope, 1871-78. Prof. Applied 
Mathematics and Political Economy, 1878-93. President of 
Hope College, 1893-1911. Emeritus, 1911-15. Died, Sept. 5, 
1915. 



♦Henry Anselm Scomp, 



Parksville, Ky. 



Born near Danville, Ky., Dec. 20. 1843. A.5. (Centre College, 
Ky., 1864). A.M. (Centre Coll., 1867). Ph.D. (HaxTiman Coll., 
Tenn.), President Beech Grove College, Tenn., three years. 
Studied in Germany and Greece, 1871-73. Prof. Greek and 
Hebrew, Emory College, Georgia, 1876-94. Vice Chancellor, 
A. T. Univ. Tenn., 1895-1900. Died, July 20, 1913. 



James Monroe Taylor, 



Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



Born at Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 5, 1848. A.B. (Univ. Rochester, 
1868). Rochester Sem. D.D. (Rochester, 1886; Yale, 1901). 
LL.D. (Smith, 1913). Prof. Ethics and President, Vassar Col- 
lege, 1886-1914. 



1895. 
A.M. 

Maximilian Kressenstein Kress. 



New York City. 



♦Martin Nevius Wyckoit. 



D.Sc. 



A.B. (Kutgers, 1872). 



D.D. 

*D0NALi> Sage Mackay, New York City. 

Bom at Glasgow, Scotland, Nov. 20, 1863. Univ. Glasgow, 
1889. LL.D. (Hope), Clergyman, R. C. A. Pastor, Collegiate 
Church of St. Nicholas, 1899-1908. President, General Synod, 
1906. Died, Aug. 27, 1908. 

Edward Griffin Read, Plaintield, N. J. 

Born at Sharon, Conn., Nov. 3, 1844. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1861). 

A.M. (Coll. N. J., 1864). Princeton Sem., 1865. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. 



♦George Craig Ludlow, 



LL.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1850). 



♦Edward Fuller Brooks, 
Leonor Fresnel Loree, 



1896. 
C.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1872). 
B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1877). 



D.D. 



Edward Payson Johnson, 



New Brunswick, N. 
Born at Peru, Ind., Jan. 26. 1850. A.B. (Wabash College, Craw- 
.fordsville, Ind., 1871). Auburn Sem., 1875. Clergyman, R. C. 
A. Prof. Ecclesiastical History and Church Government, N, B. 
Sem., 1900- . 

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♦John Scuddeb, A.B. (Rutgers, 1857). 

♦Edward G. Selden, Albany, N. Y. 

Born at Hadlyme, Conn., June 9. 1847. A.B. (Yale, 1870). 

Andover Sem., 1873. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, June 2, 1904. 

♦Daniel Van Pelt, Astoria, N. Y. 

Born at Schiedam, Netherlands, Oct. 10, 1853. Coll., City of 

N. Y., 1874. N. B. Sem., 1877. Clergyman, R. C. A. Author, 

"History of Greater New York." Died. Oct. 23, 1900. 



LL.D. 

♦James Burbill Angell, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Born at Scituate, R. I., Jan. 7, 1829. A.B. (Brown, 1849). 
A.M. (Brown, 1853). LL.D. (Brown, 1868; Columbia, 1887; 
Princeton, 1896 ; Yale, 1901 ; Johns Hopkins, 1902 ; Univ. 
Wisconsin, 1904 ; Univ. Vermont, 1904 ; Harvard, 1905 ; Dart- 
mouth, 1909; Miami, 1911; Univ. Mich., 1912; Pekin Univ., 
1913). President, Univ. Vermont, 1866-71. President, Univ. 
Michigan, 1871-1909. U. S. Minister to China, 1880-81. 
Writer on International Law. DJed, Apr. 2, 1916. 
John William Griggs, Paterson, N. J. 

Born at Newton, N. J., July 10, 1849. A.B. (Lafayette, 1868). 
LL.D. (Princeton, 1896; Yale, 1899). N. J. State Senator, 
1882-88. President, N. J. Senate, 1886. Governor of New 
Jersey, 189&-98. Attorney-General of the United States, 1898- 
1901. Member of the Hague Permanent Court of Arbitration, 
1901- . 

♦Garret Augustus Hobart, A.B. (Rutgers, 186S). 



1897. 
A.M. 

William Charles Franklin, North Syracuse, N. Y. 

Born at North Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 29, 1860. Albany Normal 
School, 1880. Superintendent of Schools, Oneonta, N. Y., 1895- 
1906. 

LL.D. 

Foster MgGowan Voobhees, A.B. (Rutgers, 1876). 



1898. 
D.D. 

Lewis Francis, ^ New York City. 

Born at Royalton, Vermont, Sept. 14, 1836. A.B. .(Univ. Ver- 

m'ont, 1856). Andover Sem., 1860. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

John Hamilton Gillespie, A.B. (Rutgers, 1882). 

♦John Harmen Kabsten, A.B. (Rutgers, 1860). 



LL.D. 

♦Edward Gamaliel Janeway, A.B. (Rutgers, 1860). 



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John Douglas Adam, 



1899. 
D.D. 



Born at Falkirk, Scotland, Aug. 23, 1866. m^^i^ 
and Divinity School, 1886-90. Presb. clergyman. 
Hartford Thool. Sem. 



Hartford, Conn. 
Edinburgh Univ. 
Professor, 



Peter Houston Milliken, 
John Howabd Raven, 
*JoHN Henby Wyckoff, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1876). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1891). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1871). 



William Elliot Griffis, 



L.H.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1869). 



Gilbert Collins, 



LL.D. 



Jersey City, N. J. 



Born at Stonington Conn., Aug. 26, 1846. Lawyer. Mayor, 
JSIl®y^?L*y' 1884-^6. Justice, Supreme Court, New Jersey, 



1897-1903. 
♦Job Hilliabd Lippincott, 

LL.B. (Harrard, 1865). 
New Jersey. Died, 1900. 

William Muxigan Sloane, 



Lawyer. 



Jersey City, N. J. 
Justice, Supreme Court, 



Princeton, N. 

Bom at Richmond, Ohio, Nov. 12^ 1850. A.B. (Columbia, 1868). 
Ph.D. (Leipzig, 1876). L.H.I). (Columbia, 1884). A.M. 
(Princeton, 1896). LL.D. (Princeton, 1903). Prof., Princeton 
Univ., 1876-96. Prof. History, Columbia, 1896- . Author of 
works on history. 



1900. 
A.M. 



W^ALTER Lester Carr, 



New York City. 



Bom at Jersey City, N. J., Nov. 21, 1859. M.D. (Univ. N. Y., 
1882). Physician. Contributor to medical literature. Presi- 
dent. Medical Society, county of N. Y., 1907. Editor of the 
Archives of Pediatrics and the Practice of Pediatrics. 



Charles Ferdinand Beroer, 



CE. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1894 >. 



* William Henry De Hart, 
Oliver Harris Walser, 



D.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1865). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1875). 



♦Martin Luther D'Coge, 



Litt.D. 



Ann Arbor, Micli. 
Bom at' Zonnemalre. Netherlands, July 17, 1839. A.B. (Univ. 
Mich., 1862). LL.D. (Univ. Mich. 1889). Ph.D. (Leipasig, 
1873). Cong, clergyman. Professor, Greek, Univ. Mich., 1873- 
1915. Director, American School oif Classical Studies, Athens, 
1886-87. President, American Philological Association, 1884. 
Died, Sept. 12, 1915. 



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ETTTGEES COLLEGE. 



LL.D. 

ICHIZO Hattobi, 
Alfbed Reed, 

1901. 
D.D. 

Henry Evebtson Cobb, 
William Henby Steele Demarest, 
♦Philip MELANCTnoN Doolittle, 

Born at Spiingfleld, N. J., Jan. 20, 1831. 

N. B. Sem., 1856. Clergyman, R. C. A. 



B.Sc. 



(Rutgers, 1875). 
Rutgers, 1862. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1884). 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1883). 
North Branch, N. J. 
A.B. (Union. 1852). 
Died, Oct. 25, 1906. 



u:..D. 



Ltjtheb Laflin Kellogg, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1870). 



Isaac William Gowen, 
Kajinosuke Ibuka, 

a.m. (Princeton, 1887). 



1902. 
D.D. 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1879). 
Tokio, Japan. 

President of the Meijl Gakuin, 
1891- . Three times President of Synod of Church of Christ 
in Japan. Graduate in Theology, Meijl Gakuin, 1879. 
Edgab Tilton, Jb., New York City. 

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1865. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 
1886). N. B. Sem.,. 1889. Clergyman, R. C. A. Pastor Harlem 
Collegiate Church, 1898- . 

L.H.D. 

♦Benjamin Carlisle Gbeooby, Chelsea, Mass. 

A.B. (Coll. City N. Y., 1868). Supervising Principal, Trienton, 

N. J.. 1888-19(52. Supervising Principal, Chelsea, Mass., 1902- 
10. Died, July, 1910. 



LL.D. 



Tbacy Peck, Rome, Italy. 

Born at Bristol, Conn., May 24, 1838. A.B. (Yale, 1861). 
A.M. (Yale, 1864). Prof. Latin, Cornell, 1871-80. Prof. Latin, 
Yale, 1880-1908. Emeritus, 1908- . President, American 
Philological Ass'n, 1885-86. ' Director American School of 
Classical Studies at Rome, 1898-99. Editor of a series of Latin 
authors. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1862). 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1862). 

Washington, D. C- 



John Conoveb Smock, 
♦Gabbet Dobset Wall Vroom, 

WooDBOw Wilson, 

Born at Staunton, Va., Dec. 28, 1856. A.B. (Princeton, 1879). 
A.M. (Princeton, 1882). Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins, 1886). LL.D. 
(Wake Forrest, 1887; Tulane, 1898; Johns Hopkhis, 1901; 
Univ. Penn.. 1903; Brown, 1903; Harvard. 1907; Williams, 
1908; Dartmouth, 1909). Litt.D. (Yale, 1901). Prof. Juris- 
prudence and Politics, Princeton, 1890-1910. President, Prince- 
ton Univ., 1902-10. Governor of New Jersey, 1911-13. Presi- 
dent of the United States. 1913- . Historian. 



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1903. 
A.M. 



* Ralph Voobhees, 

Donor af the Voorhees Library. 
Lewis Caldwell Wooley, 

Principal of School, 1868- . 



Died, April 1, 1907. 



Clinton, N. J. 
Trenton, N. J. 



George William Kuehnle, 



C.E. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1876). 



Joseph Lawrence Hills, 



D.Sc. 



Burlington, Vt. 



Born at Boston, Mass.. Mch. 2, 1861. B.Sc. (Boston Univ., 
1881). Mass. Agri. Coll., 1881-84. Prof. Agricultural Chem- 
istry, Univ. Vermont, 1893- . Dean, Agricultural Department, 
Univ. Vermont, 1898- . 



D.D. 

JoiiN Tallmadge Bergen, 
Philip Henry Cole, 

Born at Rhinebeck, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1864. 

Union Sem., 1888-89. Presb. clergyman. 

lish, Union, 1889-95. Trustee, Union, 1898-1906. 

First Presb. Church, 1907- . 
William Stockton Cranmer, 
John IIendrik de Vries, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1883). 
Rome, N. Y. 
A.B. (Union, 1888). 
Assistant Prof. Eng- 
" " PastoT, 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1882). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1881). 



^ L.H.D. 

Henry Rutgers Marshall. New York City. 

Born in New York City, July 22, 1852. A.B. (Columbia, 1873). 
A.M. (Columbia, 1875). D.Sc. (Hobart, 1910). Architect. 
Writer on aesthetics. 



LL.D. 



4.LPH0N80 Trumbour Clear WATER, Kingston, N. Y. 

Born at West Point, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1848. Lawyer. District 
Attorney, Ulster county, ,1877-86. County Judge, 1889-98. 
Justice, Supreme Court. Delegate at Large to Constitutional 
Convention. N. Y. State, 1915. President, N. Y. State Bar As- 
sociation. Member, N. Y. State Niagara Reservation Commis- 
sion, 1916- . Trustee, Rutgers, 1904- . 

Charles Norman Ellinwood. San Francisco, Cal. 

Born at Cambridge, Vermont, Apr. 12, 1834. M.D. (Rush Med. 
Coll., 1858). Regent, Univ. California, 1901-11. Prof. Physi- 
ology, Cooper Med. Coll., from 1867. Later, Prof. Clinical 
SurgeiT. President, Cooper Med. Coll. (now part of Stanford 
Univ.), 1902-08. 



1904. 
D.D. 



AsHER Anderson, 
♦Alfred Howard Demarest, 
William Pierson Merrill, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1870). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1879). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1887). 



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LL.D. 

Richard Vliei Lindabury, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Peapack, N. J., Oct. 13, 1850. Lawyer. Counsel of Im- 
portant corporations. 

1905. 
A.M. 

♦Charles J. Baxter. Trenton, N. J. 

Bom at Glenwood, N. J., Nor. 8, 1841. Teacher. State Su- 
perintendent of Education, New Jersey. 1896-1911. First Ser- 
geant, 27th N. J. Vols., in Civil War. Died, Dec. 29, 1915. 

* J AMES Anderson Beattie, ChittooFj India. 

Born at Westerkirk, Scotland, 1861. Univ. Glasgow, 1885. 

Princeton Sem., 1889. Missionary, R. C. A., 1894-1915. 
Drowned in "Lusitania," May""?, 1915. 



D.Sc. 

John Ebwabd Hnx, B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1884). 

D.D. 

William Bancroft Hill, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Bom at Colebrook, N. H., Feb. 17, 1857. A.B. (Harvard, 1879). 
Union Sem., 1886. Clergyman, R. C. A. Prof. English Bible, 
Vassar. Trustee, Rutgers, 1912- . 
♦Herman Vanderwart, Hackensack, N. J. 

Bom at Arnheim, Netherlands, Sept. 9, 1852. A.B. (Hope, 
1873). N^B. Sem., 1876. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, Jan. 6, 
1910. 

Cornelius Woelfkin, New York Ci^'. 

Bom in New York City, Sept. 15, 1859. D.D. (Univ. Rochester, 
1906). LL.D. (Denison, 1912). Ldtt.D. (Franklin and Mar- 
shall, 1913). Baptist clergyman. Prof. Homlletics,. Rochester 
Sem., 1906-12. Lecturer on Homlletics, Univ. Chicago, 1908- 
09. Author. Pastor, Fifth Ave. Baptist Church, 1912- . 



LL.D. 

♦Edward Albert Bowser (also C.E., 1873). 

♦William Horace Corbin, ' Elizabeth, N. J. 

Born at McDonough, N. Y., July 12, 1851. Cornell Univ. 
LL.B. (Columbia, 1872). Lawyer. Member, N. J. Assembly, 
1885-86. Author. "New Jersey Corporation Law," "Corbin's 
Forms." Died, Sept. 25, 1912. 

♦Amzi Dodd, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Born at Bloomfield, N. J., Mch. 2, 1823. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 
1841). Lawyer. Member. N. J. Assembly, 1863. Vice Chan- 
cellor of New Jersey, 1871-75, 1881-82. Special Judge, Court 
of Errors and Appeals, 1872-82. President, Mutual Benefit 
Life Ins. Co., 1882-1902. Died, Jan. 22, 1913. 

SADATSVcni UcHiDA, Rlo do Janeiro, Brazil. 

Born in Kokura, Japan, Jan., 1866. Graduate of Law College, 
Imperial Univ., Tokio, 1890. Consul-General of Japan at New 
Y'ork, 1897. Charge D'Affaires, Brazil. Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary to Brazil. 



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RoBEBT Anderson Meeker, 



1906. 
C.E. 

D.D. 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1875). 



James Hamilton Ballagh, A.B. (Rutgers, 1857). 

♦Henry Ward, Closter, N. J. 

Born at Guilderland Centre, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1838. A.B. (Union, 

1864). N. B. Sem., 1867. Clergyman, R. C. A. Died, Sept. 19, 

1915. 



L.H.D. 

♦James Garretson Stjtphen, A.B. (Rutgers, IStS). 

LL.D. 

Albert Stanburrough Cook (also L.H.D., 1889). 
Ferdinand Schureman Schenck (also D.D., 1890). 



1907. 
AM. 

♦BuKK G. Carleton, New York City. 

Born at Whitefield. N. H., Nov. 11, 1856. M.D. ( Homceopathic 
Med. Coll., 1876). Adjunct Prof. Anatomy, Homoeopathic Med. 
Coll., 1880-82. Prof. Genlto-Urlnary Surgery, 1902-10. Prof. 
Medical Ethics and Clinical Urology. 1910-14. Writer on 
Gen I to- Urinary Disease^. Died, Oct. 22, 1914. 



D.Sc. 

Alfred itt.EXANDER Titswortii, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1877). 



D.D. 

CHRisToniER Grant Hazard, 

Born at Newport, R. I., May 9, 1852. 
tor, Christ's Presbyterian Church. 
♦Jeremiah Searle, 



CatskiU, N. Y. 
Presb. clergyman. Pas- 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1855). 



LL.D. 

John Walter Beardsij:e (also D.D., 1884). 

Edward Casper Stokes, Trenton, N. J. 

Born in Philadelphia. Dec. 22. 1860. A.B. (Brown, 188.3). 

Pres. Mechanic's National Bank. N. J. State Senator, 1892- 

1901. President Senate, 1895. Governor of New Jersey, 1905- 

1908. 
William Henry Vredenburc.it. A.B. (Rutgers, 1859). 



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1908. 
D.Sc. 



William Shields Myers, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1889). 



D.D. 

Joseph Fredebic Berg, A.B. (Rutgers, 1892). 

♦Walter Clark Roe, Oolouy, Okl. 

Born. Mch. 18, 1860. A.B. (Williams, 1881). A.M. (Williams, 

1884). Clergyman, R. C. A. Domestic Missionary. Died, Mch. 

12, 1913. 

Nathan Adolphus Seaglf, New York City 

Born at Rutherfordton, N. C, Dec. 24, 1868. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 
1899). General Theol. Sem., 1894. Bpisc. clergyman. Rector, 
St. Stephens Parish, New York, 1900- . 



Louis Bevieb, 



Litt.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1878). 



John McReynolds Gaut, 



LL.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers. 1866). 



1909. 
A.M. 

♦Charles Wesley Burrowes, 

Born in New York City, Aug. 30, 1859 
Died, May 28, 1914. 

William Carr, 

Born at New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 12, 1842. Dentist. N. Y. 
Coll. Dentistry, 1869. M.D. (Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 
1873). 



Albany, N. Y. 
Clergyman, R. C. A. 

New York City. 



E.E. 



Charles Edw.^rd Pattigon, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1884). 



D.D. 

George Louis Curtiss, Bloom field, N. 

Born at Adrian. Mich., May 21. 1855. A.B. (Yale, 1878). 
Union Sem., 1892. Presb. clergyman. 

James Shepard Kittell, Albany, N. 

Born at Hamilton, Ont.. Canada, Mch. 17. 1873. Clergyman, 
R. C. A. Western Sem., Allegheny, Pa.., 1899. President, Gen- 
eral Synod, R. C. A., 1914. 



LL.D. 

John Franklin Fort, East Orange, N. 

Born at Pemberton, N. .T., Mch. 20, 1852. LL.B. (Albany Law 
School. 1872). LL.D. (Dickinson, 1908: Union. 1908: Seton 
Hall. 1908; Middlebury, 1909; Univ. N. Y., 1909; Lafayette, 
1910). Lawyer. Judge, Common Pleas, Essex county, N. .T.,* 
1896-1900. .Justice, Supreme Court, New Jersey, 1900-07. 
Governor of New Jersey, 1908-11. 

♦George Washington FIill (also Ph.D., 1878), 



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1910. 
D.Sc. 

♦Egbert Le Fevbe, A,B. (Rutgers, 1880). 

Francis Cutler Van Dyck (also LL.D., 1915), 

A.B. (Rutgers, 1865). 

D.D. 

John Frederick Btjtterworth, Summit, N. J. 

Bom in New York City, Nov. 30, 1844. A.B. (Columbia, 1864). 

A.M. (Columbia, 1867). General Theol. Sem., 1867. Episc. 

clergyman. Compiler of hymns and writer on Art. 
Arthtjk Johnson. Hackensack, N. J. 

Born at Newark, N. J., July 22, 1848. A.B. (Coll. N. J., 1872). 

Union Sem. 1875. Clergyman, R. C. A. 

Joseph Addison Jones, Albany, N. Y. 

Bom at Liverpool, England, June 1,»1873. A.B. (Princeton, 
1900). Auburn Sem.. 1903. Clergyman, R. C. A. 



LL.D. 

Baron Dairoku Khcuchi, Kyoto, Japan. 

Born, 1855. Studied at Univ. Cambridge, 1870-77. Prat 
Mathematics, Imperial Univ. Tokyo. Later Vice-Minister of 
Educatfon. Then, President; Imperial Univ. Tokyo. Then, Min- 
ister of Education, 1901-03. Made Baron, 1902. 

Charles Alexander Richmond, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Bom in New York City, Jan. 7, 1862. A.B. (Princeton, 1883). 
Princeton Sem., 1888. D.D. (Hamilton, 1904). LL.D. (Univ. 
N. Y.. 1910). Presb. clergyman. President, Union College, and 
Chancellor, Union University, 1909- . 

♦WiLLABD Penfield Voorhees, A.B. (Rutgers, 1871). 

1911. 
M.E. 

Joseph Appleton Van Mater, A.B. (Rutgers, 1880). 

D.D. 

Thomas Hanna Mackenzie, Flushing, N. Y. 

Born at Sewickley. Penn., Nov. 18, 1867. A.B. (Monmouth 
Coll., Ind., 1888). Princeton Sem., 1891. Clergyman, R. C. A. 



Litt,D. 

*Edward Tanjore Corwin (also D.D., 1872). 

William Dawson Johnston, New York City. 

Born at Essex Center, Vermont, June 11, 1871. A.B. (Brown, 
1893). A.M. (HarvaTd, 1898). Instructor, History, Univ. 
Mich., 1894-97. Do., Brown, 1899-1900. Librarian, Columbia 
Univ., 1909- . 



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EUTGBBS COLLEGE. 



LL.D. 



Edgar Fahs Smith, 



Philadelphia, Penn. 



Born at York, Penn., May 23, 1856. B.S. (Penn. Coll., 1874). 
Ph.D. (GSttlngen, 1876). ScD, (Univ. Penn., 1899). LL.D. 
(Wlsconsbi, 1904; Penn. Coll., 1906; Franklin and Marshall, 
1910 ; Univ. Pittsburgh, 1912 ; Univ. North Carolina, 1912 ; 
Princeton, 1913). L.H.D. (Muhlenburg, 1911). Sc.D. (Univ. 
Dublin, Ireland, 1912). Instructor, Chemistry, Univ. Penn., 
1876-81. Professor, Chemistry, Muhlenburg, 1881-83. Do., 
Wittenberg, 1883-88. Do., Univ. Penn., 188a-1911. Vice Pro- 
vost, Univ. Penn., 1899-1911. Provost, do., 1911- . 

Francis Joseph Swayze, Newark, N. J. 

Born at Newton, N. J., May 15, 1861. A.B. (Harvard, 1879). 
A.M. (Harvard, 1880). Lawyer. Justice, Supreme Court, New 
Jersey, 1903- . 



1912. 
D.Sc. 



John Bogabt, 



A.B. (Butgers, 1853). 



D.D. 



William Isaac Chamberlain, 
William Rivers Taylor, 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1882). 
A.B. (Rutgers, 1876). 



LittD. 

Calvin Noyes Kendall. Trenton, N. J. 

Born at Au^sta, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1858. A.B. (Hamilton, 1882). 
AM. (Yale, 1900. and Univ. Mich, 1909). Litt.D. (Hamilton, 
1911). LL.D. (UniT. N. Y., 1913). Teacher. Superintendent 
of Schools. Commissioner of Education, New Jersey, 1911- . 

Thomas Tileston Wells, New York City. 

Born in New Yorlt City, Sept. 12, 1865. LL.B. (Columbia, 
1888). Olficier d' Academic, 1907. Knight of Legion of Honour, , 
France, 1910. Received the Cross in Gold from King of Greece 
as officer and Knight of the Royal Order of the Redeemer, 1914. 
Lawyer. 

LL.D. 

Mahlon Pitney, Morristown, N. J. 

Born at Morristown, N. J., Feb. 5, 1858. A.B. (Princeton, 
1879). A.M. (Princeton, 1882). LL.D. (Princeton, 1908). 
Lawyer. Member, Congress, 1895-99. President, N. J. Sen- 
ate, 1901. Justice, Supreme Court, N. J., 1901-08. Chancellor 
of New Jersey, 1908-12. Justice, Supreme Court, U. S. A., 
1912- . 

John Grier Hibben, Princeton, N. J. 

Born at Peoria, 111., Apr. 19, 1861. A.B. (Princeton, 1882). 
A.M. (Princeton, ' 1885). Ph.D. (Princeton, 1893). LL.D. 
(Lafayette, 1907). Princeton Sem.. 1886. Presb. clergyman. 
• Instructor, Logic, Princeton, 1891-92. Instructor, Logic and 

Psychology, do., 1892-94. Assistant Professor, Logic, do., 
1894-97. Professor, Logic, do., 1897-1912. President, Prince- 
ton University, 1912- . 



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379 



♦Joseph Bbognabp Betts, 



1913. 
AJIf. 



Trenton, N. J. 



Bom at Jersey City, N. J., May 3, 1851. Secretary to Governor 
Bedle of New Jersey, 1875-78. Assistant Commissioner of 
Education of New Jersey, 1878-1915. Died, Apr. 22, 1915. 



Frederic Remsex Htjtton, 



D.Sc. 



New York City. 



Bom In New York City, May 28, 1853. A.B. (Columbia, 1873). 
A.M. (Columbia. 1876). E.M. (Columbia, 1876). C.E. (Colum- 
bia, 1876). Ph.D. (Columbia, 1881). Sc.D. (Columbia, 1904). 
Instructor, Mechanical Engineering, Columbia, 1877-82. Ad- 
junct Professor, do., 1882-91. Professor, do., 1891-1907. 
Emeritus, 1907- . Dean Faculty, Applied Science, do., 1899- 
1905. 



Richard Augustus Pearj?e, 
John Brownlee Voorhees, 



D.D. 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1870). 
A.B. (Kutgers, 1896). 



LL.D. 

Elmer Eli^worth Brown, New York City. 

Bom at Kiantone. N. Y., Aug. 28, 1861. A.B. (Univ. Mich., 
1889). Ph.D. (Halle, 1890). LL.D. (Columbia, 1907; Wes- 
leyan, 1909; George Washington, 1911). Acting Assistant Pro- 
fessor, Science and Art of Teaching, Univ. Mich., 1891-92. 
Associate Professor, do., 1892-93. Professor, do., 1893-1906. 
U. S. Commissioner of Education, 1906-11. Chancellor, Univ. 
N. Y., 1911- . 

Frederick Fi^ilinqhuysen, A.B. (Rutgers, 1868). 

♦John Fryer Mesick (also D.D., 1853). 



1914. 
M.E. 



John Van Nostrand Dorr, 



B.Sc. (Rutgers, 1894). 



D.Sc. 

Frederick Alexander (Unfieij). 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1870). 



D.D. 

William Paterson Bruce, 

Alexander MacColl, 

Born In Glasgow, Scotland, Dec. 27, 1866. Studied at Univ. 
Glasgow. Presb. clergyman. Author of "A Working Theology." 



A.B. (Rutgers, 1884). 
Philadelphia, Penn. 



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LL.D. 

James Fairman Fielder, Jersey City, N. J. 

Bom at Jersey City, N. J., Feb. 26, 1867. LL.B. (Columbia, 
1887). Lawyer. Member, Assembly, N. J., 1903-04. State 
• Senator, N. J., 1907-13. President, Senate, N. J., 1912-13. 
Governor of New Jersey, 1913- . 

Alexander Chomble Humphreys, New York City. 

Bom at Edinburgh, Scotland, Mch. 30. 1851. M.E. (Stevens 
Institute, 1881). Sc.D. (Univ. Penn., 1903). LL.D. (Columbia, 
1903: Univ. N. Y., 1906; Princeton, 1907). President, Stevens 
Institute, 1902- . 

Austin Scott, New Brunswick, N. J. 

President, Rutgers, 1891-1906. 

1916. 
A.M. 

Jerome Davis Gpeene, New York City. 

Born at Yokohama, Japan, Oct. 12. 1874. A.B. (Harvard, 
1896). Secretary, Harvard University and Member of Faculty 
of Arts and Sciences, 1905-11. General Manager and Treasurer, 
Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, 1910-12. Trustee 
and Secretary, Rockefeller Foundation, 1913- . 

E. Alfred Jones, ' London. England. 

Born at Llanfyllin, Wales, 1872. Univ. Cambridge. Antiquarian. 
Author of books on gold and silver plate. 



C.E. 

Grinftll Harrison B. English, Rutgers, 1895. 



E.E. 

Walter Farrington Wells, Rutgers, 1892. 



D.D. 

Jasper Samuel Hogan, A.B. (Rutgers, 1891). 

RocKWJSLL Harmon Potter, Hartford, Conu. 

Born at Glenvllle, N. Y., Oct. 1, 1874. A.B. (Union, 1895). 

B.D. (Chicago Theol. Sem., 1898). Cong'l clergyman. 



LL.D. 

Lindley Miller Garrison. ^ Washington, D. C. 

BoTn at Camden, N. J., Nov. 28, 1864. In CHass of 1886, Har- 
vard. Lawyer. Vice-Chancellor of New Jersey, 1904-13. Sec- 
retary of War, U. S. A.. 1913-16. 

John Henhy McCrackfn, Easton, Penn. 

Born at Rochester, "Vermont, Sept. 30, 1875. A.B. (Univ. N. Y., 
1894). A.M. (Univ. N. Y., 1897). Ph.D. (Halle, 1899). LL.D. 
Westminster, 1903). Instructor in Phllosonhy, Univ. N. Y., 
. 1896-99. Assistant Professor, Philosophy. Univ. N. Y.. 1899. 
President, Westminster College, Mo., 1899-1903. Syndic and 
Professor. Politics, Univ. N. Y., 1903-15. President, Lafayette 
College, 1915- . 

FKANCI3 Cutler Van Dyck (also D.Sc, 1910). 



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1916. 
A.M. 

Edwin Bell Davib, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Born at Lawrence, Mass., June 13, 1866. B,L. (Dartmouth, 
1889). Officier d' Academic. Professor of Romance Languages, 
Rutgers, 1904- . 

Chables Lang Fbeer, Detroit, Mich. 

Born at Kingston, N. Y., 1856. A.M. (Univ. Mi^h.). 'Retired 
manufacturer. Art connoisseur. 

Joseph Sherman Feeling huysen, Raritan, N. J. 

Bom at Raritan, N. J., Mch. 12, 1869. Fire underwriter. Di- 
rector of Fire Insurance Companies. State Senator, New Jer- 
sey, 1905-11. President of Senate, N. J., 1910. Acting Gov- 
ernor, N. J^ ad interim. President, Board of Education, N. J. 
President, Board of Agriculture, N. J. 



C.E. 

Louis ):)avid Blauvelt. Rutgers, 1886. 

D.D. 

Cornelius Brett, Jersey City, N. J. 

Born in New York City, Nov. 25, 1842. Clergyman, R. C. A. 
President, General Synod, R. C. A., 1893. President, Board of 
Domestic Missions, R. C. A. N. B. Sem., 1865. A.B. (Univ. 
N. .Y., 1862). D.D. (Ursinus, 1888). 



LL.D. 

Graham Taylor (also D.D., 1888), 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



GLASS. 

1774 

1775 

1776 

1778 ♦....., 

1780 

1782 

1783 

1787 

1788 

1789 

1790 

1791 

1792 

1793 

1794 

1795 

1809 

1810 

1811 

1$12 

1813 

1814 

1815 

1816' 

1817 

1818 

1820 

Queen's College. 

1827 

1828 

1829 

1830 

1831 

1832 

1&33 

1834 

1835 

1836 

1837 

1838 

1839 

1840 



SUMMARY. 

Living 
NoN- Living Non- 

A.B. Obaduates. Graduates. Graduates. 

1 
14 

1 - 

2 

2 

3 

4 

1 

4 
10 

3 

5 

6 

6 

5 

2 

5 

3 

4 

6 

4 
10 

5 

5 1 

1 5 

2 

1 



115 

5 
20 
17 
26 
18 
24 
21 
20 
25 
21 
21 
14 
18 
17 



11 



7 
6 
7 
2 
5 
5 
4 
7 
8 
13 
10 
8 



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383 



CLASS. 


A.B. B,i 


3c 


1841 ... 


20 




1842 ... 


20 




1843 ... 


18 




1844 ... 


24 




1845 ... 


15 




1846 ... 


11 




1847 ... 


25 




1848 ... 


. 14 




1849 ... 


13 




1850 ... 


16 




1851 ... 


18 




1852 ... 


. 20 




1853 ... 


. 21 




1^ ... 


. 22 




1855 ... 


. 23 




1856 ... 


. 17 




1857 ... 


. 22 




1858 ... 


. 23 




1859 ... 


. 31 




1860 ... 


. 26 • . 




1861 ... 


. 20 ^. 




1862 ... 


. 40 




1863 ... 


. 16 




1864 ... 


. 11 




1865 ..*. 


. 14 




1866 ... 


. 21 




1867 ... 


. 13 




1868 ... 


. 19 


7 


1869 ... 


. 14 


9 


1870 ... 


. 19 


7 


1871 ... 


. 19 


9 


1872 ... 


. 18 1 


1 


1873 ... 


. 27 1 


3 


^874 ... 


. 29 


1 


1875 ... 


. 23 1 


1 


1876 ... 


. 27 


2 


1877 ... 


. 16 1 


3 


1878 ... 


. 25 


7 


1879 ... 


. 31 


7 



SUMMARY— Continued. 

Living 
TOT.\L NoN- Living . Non- 

GsADUATES. Graduates. Gbaduates. Graduates. 



26 
23 
26 
28 
29 
40 
30 
34 
29 
29 
32 
3» 



9 






8 






1 






9 






9 






8 






3 






9 






11 






6 




1 


5 


2 


3 


2 


4 


3 1 


4 


1 1 


10 


2 1 


13 




2 


7 


2 


12 


4 5 


7 


9 1 


15 


6 4 


10 


6 4 


13 


12 6 


18 


2 10 


21 


3 . 8 


14 


8 3 


7 


8 5 


4 


5 3 


10 


12 4 


19 


13 7 


20 


15 10 


16 


16 6 


10 


17 3 


24 


22 17 


15 


18 11 


26 


19 10 


24 


19 12 


23 


15 14 


22 


22 16 


18 


30 31 



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SUMMARY — Continued. 




1 


CLASS. 


• A.B. 


LiTT.B. 


B.Sc. 


Total 
Graduates. 


NON-" 

Graduates. 


Living 
Graduates. 


Living 

Non- 
Graduates. 


1880.... 


29 




3 


32 


22 


21 


15 


1881.... 


26 






9 


35 


20 


25 


11 


1882.'... 


23 






5 


28 


11 


21 


8 


1883.... 


20 






2 


22 


13 


19 


8 


1884. . . . 


14 






8 


22 


15 


17 


12 


1885.... 


9 






6 


15 


• 18 


13 


12 


1886.... 


12 






10 


22 


17 


21 


10 


1887.... 


8 






9 


17 


9 


13 


6 


1888. . . . 


13 






6 


19 


14 


17 


9 


1889.... 


18 






9 


27 


20 


24 


13 


1890. . . . 


18 






9 


27 


15 


23 


10 


1891.... 


25 






16 


41 


19 


36 


12 


1892.... 


29 






15 


44 


27 


42 


20 


1893.... 


14 






24 


38 


22 


34 


18 


1894.... 


10 






17 


36 


27 


33 


24 . 


1895.... 


12 






24 


36 


34 


34 


261 


1896.... 


15 






40 


55 


43 


53 


38 


1897.... 


13 






29 


42 


33 


38 


29 


1898.... 


12 






22 


34 


14 


32 


12 


1899.... 


S 






19 


27 


16 


23 


13 


1900.... 


13 






23 


36 


13 


S4 


13 


1901.... 


15 






17 


32 


7 


.29 


7 


1902.... 


12 






36 


48 


13 


44 


13 


1903. . . . 


11 






30 


41 


11 


40 


11 


1904.... 


. 13 






31 


44 


23 


44 


22 


1905.... 


14 


1 


24 


39 


27 


37 


* 23 


1906.... 


12 


1 


37 


50 


18 


48 


17 


1907.... 


7 


2 


27 


36 


29 


35 


27- 


1908.... 


6 


2 


34 


42 


37 


41 


36 


1909.... 


7 


6 


32 


47 


39 


45 


39 


1910.... 


8 


9 


26 


43 


32 


41 


28 


1911.... 


14 


6 


37 


57 


31 


56 


30 


1912.... 


11 


11 


43 


65 


50 


64 


46 


1913.... 


10 


13 


44 


67 


60 


66 


59 


1914... 


12 


5 


45 


62 


54 


62 


53 


1915.... 


16 


10 


51 


77 


57 


76 


57 


1916... 


16 


1! 


2 


51 


79 


55 


77 


54 



Totals, 1,717 80 967 2,764 



1,518 



1,671 



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Bachelor's degrees conferred 2,764 

Advanced degrees conferred 125 

Medical degrees conferred 79 

Honorary degrees conferred 632 

Total degrees conferred 3,600 

Repetitions ^ ' 293 

Persons receiving degrees 3,307 

Graduates with bachelor's degrees . . . . » 2,764 

Graduates with medical degrees 79 

Non-graduates '. 1,518 

Graduate students 95 

4,456 

Repetitions 70 

Total of students 4,386 

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In the following list T is placed afte? the names of trustees, F after 
those of members of the faculty, M.F. after those of the medical faculty 
and L after the names of librarians. The date given is that of appoint- 
ment to oflSce. 

Gustavus Abeel T 1845 

John N. Abeel T 1807 

Charles E. Adams P 1890 

Robert Adrain P 1809 

Alva Agee .^ P 1913 

A. E. Ahrends • P 1910 

Frank App P 1914 

Henry P. Armsby P 1876 

George W. Atherton P 1869, L 1871 

Peter T. Austen P 1877 

Eugene H. Babbitt ^ P 1903 

Henry R. Baldwin T 1884 

Robert P. Ballantine. . T 1876 

Edward L. Barbour P 1891 

John Barnes T 1845 

James K. Barton A P 1873 

John Bassett T 1788 

Robert Bayard M.P. 1812 

Abraham Beach T 1787 

Lewis C. Beck P 1830 

Theodoric R. Beck P1859 

Benjamin Benson T 1771 

Joseph P. Berg T 1860, P 1861 

Tunis G. Bergen T 1883 

Eugene Betts P 1892 

Louis Bevier P 1883 

Edmond W. Billetdoux P 1907 

David Bingham ' T 1882 

David Bishop ^ T 1860 

Augustine W. Blair P 1913 

Maurice A. Blake P 1911 

Abraham Blauvelt T 1800, Sec. T 1800 

Isaac Blauvelt T 1785 

Albert W. Boesche P 1901 

John Bogart P 1777 

Robert Boggs T 1800 

Harry B. Boice , P 1889 

Henry W. Bookstaver T 1876 

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Edward A. Bowser F 1868 

Byron B. Bracket! * P 1901 

John M. Bradford * '. T 1807 

Joseph P. Bradley . T 1858, F 1867 

Stanley E. Brasefield F 1913 

Edward S. Brayton .' T 1863 

William E. Breazeale T F 1892 

John J. Brereton F 1891 

Clarence E. Brett F 1914 

Philip M. Brett T 1906 

James (John) Brinckerhoff T 1767 

Jacob Brodhead T 1812 

John Romeyn Brodhead '. T 1853 

Edward F. Brooks, T 1898 

Albert E. Brown : P 1913 

Calvin S. Brown ^ F 1900 

William C. Brownlee F 1825 

Archibald Bruce M.P. 1812 

Sevetyn Bruyn T1834 

Edward Bunn '. T1784 

William C. Buttler , F 1896 

James R. Campbell F 1892 

William H. Campbell F 1851, T 1862, Pres. 1863 

James S. Cannon T 1800, F 1826 

John N. Carpender T 1911 

William J. Carson F1915 

William L Chamberlain F 1905. T 1909 

Talbot W. Chambers T 1868 

Albert H. Chester F 1891 

Floyd E. Chidester F 1911 

George C. Churchill ; T 1883 

William Clark T 1878 

Alphonso T. Clearwater T 1904 

Henry E. Cobb T 1911 

Thomas Cock M.F. 1812 

Edward B. Coe T 1887 

David Cole F 1863 

Frederick J. Collier. , ^ T 1891 

Daniel H. Condict P 1809, T 1811 

Ira Condict T 1794, Pres. pro tern. 1794, Vice Pres. 1810 

Albert S. Cook F 1872 

George H. Cook F 1853, Vice Pres. 1864 

Melville T. Cook .F 1912 

Paul Cook T 1891 

Drury W. Cooper T 1909 

Jacob Cooper F 1866 

Frederick F. Couch F 1911 



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John Covenhoven '. T 1770 

Cornelius E. Crispell F 1863 

John Croes T 1809 

Howard Crosby P 1859 

William B. Crosby T 1840 

William H. Crosby F 1841 

Cornelius C. Cuyler T 1827 

Georgre L. Danforth T 1894 

Edwin B. Davis F 1895 

Georgre B. Davis P 1896 

Kary C. Davis F 1908 

William P. Deare T 1804, Sec. T. 1807 

Cornelius T. Demarest .T 1812 

David D. Demarest T 1858, Sec. T 1866 

William H. S. Demarest. T 1899, Sec. T 1904 Pres. 1906 

H. V. M. Dennis. Jr T 1915 

Albert C. De Regt ^ F 1902 

John De Witt F 1811, T 1823 

John De Witt, Jr. ..t F 1889 

Thomas De Witt T 1840 

Anthony Dey T 1911 

Tunis Dey '. . .T 1767 

Jonathan Dixon T 1886 

Frank L. Dodds •. .F 1882 

Fred H. Dodge. F 1898 

Peter Donald T 1897 

Theodore S. Doolittle F 186*4. Vice Pres. 1890 

John B. Drury T 1887 

Benjamin Du Bois T 1783 

Jonathan Du Bois T 1767 

Azariah Dunham T 1783 

Lewis P. Dunham T 1790 

Abraham Duryea T 1782 

John Duryee , T 1786 

Joseph R. Duryee ' T 1905 

Peter S. Duryee T 1857 

Philip H. Duryee T 1840 

William R. Duryee T 1878, F 1891 

Charles L. Edgrar T 1906 

Charles H. Elliott P 1915. 

James B. Elmendorf T 1823 

Joachim Elmendorf T 1869 

John C. Elmendorf Treas. 1853 

Howard Elting T 1912 

Wilhelmus Eltinge T 1807 

Cornelius Esselstyn T 1869 

Arthur J. Farley F 1914 



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Isaac Ferris T 1822 

Gustavus Fischer F 1859 

Hendrick Fisher T 1767 

Isaac M. Fisher T 1834 

W. Edwin Florance T 1907 

Christian F. Foering T 1771 

Jesse Fonda T 1814 

William T. M. Forbes F 1910 

J. Howard Ford T 1912 

John Forsyth F 1860 

William C. Fowler T 1871 

John W. Francis M.F. 1826 

Frederick Frelinghuysen F before 1777, T 1782 

Frederick Frelingrhuysen T 1819 

Frederick Frelinghuysen T 1885, Treas. 1889 

Frederick T. Frelinghuysen ,, T 1851 

John Frelinghuysen • • .T 1800 

Theodore Frelinghuysen T 1850, Pres. 1850 

Philip French *. T 1767 

Solomon Froeligh F 1782, T 1783 

Howard N. Fuller ^T 1905 

John Gaston T 1876 

Merrill Edwards Gates. T 1882, Pres. 1882 

Arthur H. W. George F 1903 

Lincoln R. Glbbs F 1893 

Quincy O'M. Gillnjore , F 1899 

John D. Godman M.F. 1826 

John H. Goetschius T 1767 

John Mauritius Goetschius ; T 1767 

John Gosman T 1825 

John Griscom M.F. 1812 

Charles Hale F 1911 

Charles Hardenbergh T 1812 

Cornelius L. Hardenbergh T 1845, Sec. T 1821, F 1835 

Jacob R. Hardenbergh T 1767, Sec. T 17 — , Pres. 1785 

Jacob R. Hardenbergh, Jr T 1792, Sec. T 1793, Sec. T 1833. F 1794 

James B. Hardenbergh T 1825 

Johannis Hardenbergh T 1767 

John Hardenbergh '. , T 1790, Treas. 1790 

John P. Hardenbergh Sec. T 1844 

Theodore Hardenbergh Sec. T 1835 

Warren Hardenbergh Sec. T 1849 

Byron D. Halsted F 1889 

John Haring T 1770 

Charles E. Hart F 1880 

Isaac S. Hartley T 1873 

Abram (Abraham) Hasbrouck T 1767 



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Abraham Bruyn Hasbrouck T 1837, Pres. 1840 

G. D. B. Hasbrouck T 1913 

Isaac E. Hasbrouck. P 1867, L 1880 

J. Amory Haskell T 1916 

Peter Hassenclever (Hasenclever) T 1767, 

Edward F. Hauch P 1911 

Thomas J. Headlee P 1912 

Stafford R. W. Heath T 1866 

Robert C. H. Heck P 1908 

John P. Helyar P 1912 

Marshall Henshaw P 1859 

John W. Herbert T 1901 

Abram Herring T 1767 

Isaac Heyer .* T 1823, Treas. 1823 

W. Bancroft Hill T 1912 

Garret A. Hobart T 1896 

P. I. G. Hodenpyl P 1841 

Matthew (Martinus) Hoffman T 1767 

Samuel N. Holmes P 1880. 

John T. Honeycutt P 1885 

John Hopper T 1851 

William D. Home P 1890 

David Hosack M.P. 1826 

Samuel B. How T 1833 

Andrew Howell T 1823 

William D. Hoyt P 1910 

James Hude . , '. T 1782 

J. Marshall Hunter P 1916 

Alexander J. Ingrlis P 1912 

Roy Foster Irvin P 1915 

William Irvin F*1852 

William Jackson T 1767 

Henry L. Janeway T 1862 

Jacob J. Janeway T 1830, Vice Pres. 1833, P 1833 

Jacob B. Jewett ,. . . T 1866 

Albert R. Johnson P 1908 

Simon Johnson T 1767 

William Johnson T 1767 

Otto H. Kahn T 1914 

Josiah H. Kellogrg: P 1866 

L. Laflin Kellogg T 1905 

Leigh W. Kimball P 1913 

Francis M. Kip .T 1860 

William H. Kirk P 1900 

Andrew Kirkpatrick T1792 

J. Bayard Kirkpatrick T 1892 

Littleton Kirkpatrick T 1841 



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Richard S. Klssam M.F. 1792 

John Knox T 1825 

Henry B. Kiimmell F 1906 

Hendrick Kuypers (Henricus Kuyper) T 1767 

;Peter Labagrh T 1*811 

Shelby C. Leasure F 1915 

Robert P. Lee T 1851 

James Le Fevre T 1887 

John Lefferts .T 1878 

Harry N. Lendall F 1912 

Johnson Letson .T 1863 

William H. Leupp Sec. T 1831 

William H. Leupp T 1895 

Harry R. Lewis i F 1911 

Joseph V. Lewis F 1904 

Johannes Leydt (John Lyt) T 1767 

Matthew Leydt T 1783 

Thomas L'Hombral , F 1841 

Frank W. Lindsley F 1912 

William Linn T 1787, Pres. pro tern, 1791 

Jacob G. Lipman F 1906 

John H. Livingston T 1786, Pres. 1810 

Philip Livingston T 1767 

Robert Livingston T 1767 

Eldon L. Loblein F 1910 

Woldemar Loeher F 1893 

John H. Logan • F 1910 

Thomas Logie F 1893 

Leonor F. Loree T 1909 

Abram (Abraham) Lott T 1767 

John A. Lott T 1860 

George C. Ludlow T 1873 

John Ludlow T 1819, F 1852 

James B. Mabon T 1903 

Alexander McClelland F 1829 

William J. McNevln M.F. 1826 

John H. Manning T 1863 

David Marinus (Maurinus) T 1767 

Walter T. Marvin F 1909 

Mayne S. Mason F 1915 

Archibald Mercer T 1787 

George B. Merriman F 1877 

Abraham Messier T 1845 

John W. Mettler T 1916 

Carl Meyer F1869 

Edward T. Middleton F 1890 

Philip Milledoler T 1815, Pres. 1825 



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Philip Edward Milledoler T 1833 

Ernest J. Miller ; T 1885 

Frederick C. Minkler F 1908 

George A. Mitchell F 1891 

Samuel L. Mitchill / M.F. 1792 

Elbert B. Monroe T 1887 

Arthur Russell Moore F 1916 

John T. Moore . » T 1858 

William Moore M.F. 1792 

Richard Morris F 1899 

Robert Morris • T 1792 

Valentine Mott M.F. 1826 

Henry D'B. Mulford T 1895, F 1897 

David Murray F 1863, T 1892, Sec. T 1898 

William S. Myers F 1893, T 1902 

Ava Neal F 1813 

Robert W. Neal F 1903 

James Neilson T 1834 

James Neilson T 1886 

John Neilson T 1782 

Joseph Nelson F 1826 

Julius Nelson F 1888 

James S. Nevius T 1825, Sec. T 1825 

William A. Newell T 1873 

Walter R. Newton F 1905 

Henry B. North F 1910 

Frederick Ogilby F 1833 

John D. Ogilby F 1832 

William Ormlston T 1876 

George A. Osborn L 1907 

Levi Paaling (Pauling) T 1767 

Ralph B. Page F 1910 

Eric S. Palmer F 1909 

Cortlandt Parker T 1874 

^ James Parker T 1812 

Norman S. Parker F 1916 

Cullen W. Parmelee ."f 1901 

Ralph B. Parrott F 1906 

Horace B. Patton F 1888 

Eliot R. Payson F 1893 

George H. Payson . .F 1907 

Albert H. Pepper F 1892 

Abraham Polhemus T 1851 

Henry Polhemus T 1800 

Frank R. Pratt F,1907 

Robert W. Prentiss F 1891 

John W. Proudflt F 1840 



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Robert H. Pruyn T 1853 

Theodore P.. Randolph T1874 

John H. Raven '. P 1906, T 1914 

De Witt T. B. Reiley P 1860, L 1863 

Lloyd S. Riford P 1915 

Charles G. Rockwood P 1873 

E. P. Rogers T 1858 

Nicholas Romayne * M.P. 1792 

James Romeyn T 1840 

James V. C. Romeyn T 1809 

Theodoric Romeyn T 1785 

James C. Roosevelt T 1823 

Anthony Rutgers T 1831 

Gerard Rutgers T 1825 

Henry Rutgers T 1815 

Bernardus Ryder . ^ T 1767 

Ezra F. Scattergood , P 1895 

Garret C. Schanck T 1866 

Robert Schell T 1894 

Ferdinand S. Schenck T 1841 

Louis H. Schenck T 1905 

Martin Schenck T 1804 

Peter Schenck '. T 1767 

James W. Schermerhorn T 1871 

Lyman G. Schermerhorn P 1914 

Henry P. Schneeweiss Treas. 1915 

Jacob Schoonmaker T 1826 

John Schuneman T 1767 

James Schurenjan P 1782, T 1782, Sec. T 1784, Treas. 1795 

John Schureman Treas. 1780, 1791, T 1782 

John Schureman T 1800, Vice Pres. 1812 

Abraham Schuyler T 1790 

Austin Scott P 1883, T 1890, Pres. 1891 

Myron T. Scudder P 1908 

Valentine Seaman •. M.P. 1812 

J. Preston Searle T 1898, Sec. T 1906 

Elias H. Sellards P 1903 

George H. Sharpe T 1879 

Peter Sharpe T 1823 

Edgar S. Shumway p 1883 

Alfred F. Skinner T 1913 

Samuel Sloan T 1871 

Samuel E. Smiley P 1888 

Charles Smith T 1804, P 1793 

JohTK B. Smith P 1889 

Ralph O. Smith P 1908 

William R. Smith T 1800 



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John C. Smock F 1865. 

Peter Spader Treas. 1831 

Clarence L. Speyers F 1891 

Stilart A. Stephenson F 1910 

Alexander H. Stevens M.F. 1815 

Edward L. Stevenson F 1890 

James Stevenson F1789 

Earle C. Stillwell F 1912 

Nicholas Stillwell v T 1767 

William B. Stone F 1913 

Alan H. Strong:. T 1914 

Edward N. Strong T 1859 

Theodore Strong • . • F 1827, Vice Pres. 1839 

Thomas C. Strong « T 1858. Sec. T 1859 

Peter Studdlford T 1788 

Dtfncan D. Sutphen T 1909 

James Suydam T 1853 

Charles W. Swift ; f 1853 

Jacob Tallman T 1800 

Thomas G. Talmage T ^1840 

Benjamin C. Taylor T 1858 

John Taylor F 1777 

Livingston L. Taylor T 1907 

William J. R. Taylor T 1878 

Jacob H. Ten Eyck '. .T 1767 

Roderick Terry T 1886 

Frank F. Thompson F 1903 

William J. Thompson F 1838 

Alfred A. Tltsworth F 1886 

Isaac E. Titsworth : * F 1899 

Henry Traphagen T 1782 

Luther H. Tucker F 1865 

William B. Twiss F 1909 

Irving S. Upson L 1884, F 1890, Treas. 1905 

James L Vance T 1903 

James Van Antwerp T 1831 

Simeon Van Arsdalen T 1783, F 1783 

Elias Van Bunschooten T 1787 

Abraham Van Buren T 1783 

Paul D. Van Cleef T 1869 

Pierre Van Cortlandt T 1840 

John Vanderbilt T 1851 

S. Oakley Van der Poel T 1875 

S. Oakley Van der Poel T1910 

Lawrence Van Derveer T1782 

Staats Van Deursen T 1807, Treas. 1813 

William Van Deursen T 1785 



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William Van Deursen T 1823 

Francis C. Van Dyck F 1866 

Francis C. Van Dyck, Jr F 1898 

Hendrick Van Dyck T 1782 

Ruluff Van Dyck T 1782 

William V. B. Van Dyck F 1899 

Frederick Van Dyke T 1804 

Henry Van Dyke T 1791, F 1792 

James C. Van Dyke T 1831, Sec. T 1832 

John C. Van Dyke F 1889 

Ernestus Van Harlingren T 1782 

Jojin M. Van Harlingen T 1787 

Martinus (Johannes Martinus) Van Harlingren T 1767 

Frank R. Van Horn F 1892 

Cornelius Van Marta ' * T 1794 

John Van Metern. . . -. T 1767 

Abraham Van Nest .T 1823 

Abraham R. Van Nest T 1878 

Alexander T. Van Nest T 1891 

Rynier Van Nest T 1787 

Abraham Van Neste T 1771 

Stephen Van Rensselaer / T 1829 

Stephen Van Rensselaer T 1840 

Charles T. Van Santvoord T 1893 

William H. Van Steenburgh T 1903 

Dirck Van Vegrhten T 1782 

Samuel A. Van Vranken ; T 1819, F 1841 

Theodorus Van Wyck T 1767 

Joseph Varick T 1840 

Rynier Veghte . . r T 1784 

Samuel Verbryck T 1767 

Cornelius C. Vermeule F 1812 

Thomas E. Vermilye T 1849 

Henry Vethake F 1813 

Maurice E. Viele T 1853 

Charles R. von Romondt F 1846 

Edward B. Voorhees F 1890 

Foster M. Voorhees T 1902 

Jaques Voorhees T 1790 

Willard P. Voorhees T 1909 

Ray G. Voorhorst F 1911 

John S. Vredenburgrh T 1800 

Peter Vredenburgrh, Jr T 1782, Sec. T 1782 

Peter Vredenburgrh, Sr T 1784 

Peter Vredenburgh (3d) T 1849 

William H. Vredenburgrh ;..."! T. 1902 

Garret D. W. Vroom T 1892 



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Peter D. Vroom T 1782 

Peter D. Vroom T 1828 

Barent Vrooman T 1767 

Isaac Vrooman T 1767 

Clarence "Ward ., F 1908 

John Watts M.F. 1812 

Cornelius D. Westbrook T 1829 

Theodoric R. Westbrook T 1875 

Eilardus Westerlo T 1767 

Anthony W. White T1788 

Charles H. Whitman P 1906 

Francis A. Wilber .' P 1879 

Gershom Williams . '. P 1789 

James A. Williamson T1866 

Garrett E. Winants T 1889 

Samuel 1^. Woodbridge P 1857 

Selah S. WoodhuU T 1825, P 1825 

Jacob R. Wortendyke ^ T 1862 

Ralph Q. Wright P* 1907 

Philip Wybergr (Weybergr) T 1767 

Isaac N. Wyckoff *. T 1851 

John Wyckoff T 1823 

Martin N. Wyckoff P 1889 

William F. Wyckoff T 1899 

A. O. Zabriskie T 1863 

John L. Zabriskie T 1811 

Peter Zabriskie '. . .T 1767 



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indicates baslness address, * indicates home address. 



ALABAMA. 
Ensley. 

George Hutchinson, 1898, Ten- 
nessee Coal, Iron and Railroad 
Company. 
Gantts Quarry. 

Raymond M. Gardner, 1908. 
Talladega. 

Joseph H. Parsons, 1878. 
Tuscaloosa. 

Gustav F. Wittig, 1896, ♦"Plne- 
hurst." tUniveisity, Ala. 
Unirersity. 

Gustav F. Wittig, 1896. ♦Tus- 
caloosa, Ala. 

ARIZONA. 
Cloride. 

John G. Blackwell, 1895. 
Phoenix. 

Lelghton G. Knipe, 1902. 
Springervllle. 

Frederick H. Winn, 1899. ♦Al- 
buquerque, N. M. 
Tucson. 

Byron Cummings, 1889, Univer- 
sity of Arizona. 

ARKANSAS. 
Fayettevllle. 

George W. Hervey, 1915. 
Little Rock. 

Erkuries B. Fithian, 1896, 2322 
Wolfe St. 

CALIFORNIA. 
Alcatraz Island. 

Frederic A. Price, Jr., 1904. 
Berkeley. 

Charles B. Lipman, 1904, Fac 

ulty Club. 
David T. Mason, 1905, Univer- 
sity of California. 
Covelo. 

Lawrence Esselstyn, 1907. 
Daggett. 

Theodore S. Van Dyke, 1862. 
Escpndido. 

* Herbert F. Watson, 1873. 
Fair Oaks. 

Edson J. Davis, 1905, care of N. 
C. of C. 



Fillmore. 

Harold B. Osbom, 1904, Santa 

Clara and A. Sts. 
Fort Jones. 

Milton S. Ley, 1904. 
Fresno. 

Abraham Blum, 1907. * 

Lewis L. Cory, 1881, 410-14 

Cory Bldg. 
Hollywood. 

Frank J. Mundy, 1876. 
Lincoln. * 

Augustus L. Gladding, 1912. 
Los Angeles. 

Frank H. Dobson, 1897, 238 

Bradbury Building. 
Edward Duryee, 1878, 122 South 

Occidental Boulevard. 
Wright S. Hoag, 1903, 987 Fe- 
dora St. 
Frederick W. Johanect, 1895, 

t814 South Spring St. ♦Ven- 
ice, Cal. 
Daniel B. Miner, 1906, 1101 

Story Building. 
James E. Morrow, 1906, 2216 

Juliet St. 
Charles J. Negus, 1895, 1716 El 

Cerrito Place. 
Charles A. Poulson, 1896, 5723 

Le^ngton Ave. 
Ezra F. Scattergood, 1893, 1415 

Berkshire Ave. 
William H. Stilson, 1895. 
George W. Stout, 1911, ^1945 

Holfy Drive. tThe Keystone 

Film Company. 
Isaac M. Sutton, 1891, 2127 

Thompson St. 
George E. Tomlinson, 1890, 601 

Security Building. 
B. Morss Tremper, 1887, 302 S. 

Mariposa Ave. 
Mount Wilson. 

Charles S. Backus, 1905. 
Oakland. 

Alvin C. Ostrom, 1898, 3528 

Emexson St. 
Orange. 

Charles J. K. Jones, 1870, P. O. 

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Pasadena. 

James M. Van Deusen, 1881, fP. 
O. Box No. 532, Station B. 
♦129 N. Hill Ave. 
Cornelius S. Van Riper, 1856, 
718 N. Raymond Ave. 
Redlands. 

Dwlght C. Lefferts, 1895. 
Riverside. 

Theodore F. Appleby, 1909, 579 
Orange St. 
San Bernardino. 

Samuel M. Woodbridge, 1877, 
205 First St. 
San Diego. 

Samuel Gordon, 1904, U. S. 

Naval Coal Depot. 
James MacMullen, 1883, Union 
' Building. 
San Francisco. 

William D. Gay, 1902, 220 

Golden Gate Ave. 
Asa Zabriskie, 1880, 1039 Mis- 
sl<Hi St. 
San Mateo. 

Thornton M. Hopler, 1908. 
Santa Cruz. 

Frank R. Miller, 1891, Wilkes 
Circle. 
Santa Monica. 

John S. Joralmon, 1852. 
Santa Paula. 

Milton Demarest, 1892. 
Shafter, Kern Co. 

Tracy S. Voorhees, 1911. 
Venice. 

Frederick W. Johanect, 1895, 
♦26 Dudley Ave. tLos An- 
geles, Cal. 

COLORADO. 
Denver. » 

Ebenezer C. Babbitt, 1875, 564 

Gas and Electric Building. 
Louis D. Blauvelt, 1886, caxe of 

Denver and Salt Lake R. R. 

Company. 
William L. Dayton, 1889, 671 

Humboldt St. 
Theodore F. De Witt, l»au, 

1550 Ogden St. 
Mahlon L. Harker, 1915, 2918 

Gaylord St. 
William P. Hillhouse, 1873, 

1360 Josephine St. 
William H. Pearce, 1900, West 

Court Hotel, Glenarm St. 
Harold N. Van Bergen, 1899, 

2337 Dexter St. 



Denver. 

John R. Wood, 1875, 2140 S. 
Unlyerslty St. 
Fort Collins. 

S. Arthur Johnson, 1891, State 
Agricultural College. 
Littleton. 

William B. Collier, 1897, Little- 
ton Hospital. 
Longmont. 

Archibald Taylor, 1909, 535 
Bowen St. 
Springfield. 

Roger C. Smith, 1914. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Ansonla. 

J. Champlin Peirce, Jr., 1915, 

71 Liberty St. 
Bridgeport. 

Harry U. Badeau, 1902, 57 

Morehouse St. 
. Allen P. Ford, 1890, 47 Rusling 

Place. 
Bristol. 

Charles H. Riggs, 1862, 19 Pros- 
pect St. 
Fairfield. 

Elting F. Deyo, 1913, *Nortli 

Benson Road. fCare of War- 
ner Bros. Corset Company. 
Henry E. Riker, 1915. 
Edward R. Sandiford, 1913, 

Beaumont Ave. 
Hartford. 

Arthur Adams, 1902, Trinity 

College. 
Thomas W. Chester, 1892, 240 

Laurel St. 
Robert W. Elliott, Jr., 1916, 36 

Collins St. 
Fred Macarthy, Jr., 1915, 50 

Asylum St. 
Charles E. Merritt, Jr., 1914, 

47 Nlles St. 
Martin S. Steelman, 1908, 315 

Pearl St. 
Alexander J. Swift, 1869, 30 

Washington St. 
John H. Thompson, 1894, 36 

Pearl St. 
Rushworth B. Van Sickle, 1909, 

847 Main St. or P. O. Box 

661. 
J. Brownlee Voorhees, 1896, 854 

Asylum St. 
S. Bradford Woodbridge, 1903, 

210 Sargent St. 



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Naugatuck. 

George W. Hart, 1909, fG. M. R. 
Shoe Company. ♦191 Meadow 
St. 
New Britain. 

Irving W. Mott, 1895, 17 Cedar 
St. 
New Haven. 

Albert . S. Cook, 1872, ♦219 
Bishop St. tYale University. 
Howard F. Huber, 1914, Agri- 
cultural Experiment Station. 
Richard S. Lull, 1893, Yale Uni- 
versity Museum. 
John P. Street, 1889, care of 
Connecticut Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station. 
Howard E. White, 1896, ^80 
Crown St. tNew Haven Gas 
Light Company. 
Henry W. Winfleld, 1876. 
Norwich. 

Lewis M. Young, 1904, 171 
Laurel Hill Ave. 
Sharon. 

Melvin Brandow, 1888. 
South Britain. 

Benjamin C. Miller, 1872. 
Stratford. 

Howard L. Beers, 1913, Judson 

Place. 
Gilbert S. Garretson, 1859. 
West Hartford. 

Carlos P. Day, 1911. 

DELAWARE. 
Edgemoor. 

George F. Stephens, 1880, Ar- 
den. 
Lewes. 

Frederick A. Kullman, 1907. 
Newark. 

Horace V. Cory, 1915, fDela- 
ware College Experiment Sta- 
tion. ♦Newark, N. J. 
Zacharya H. Srager, 1909. 
Wilmington. 

Grinflll H. B. English, 1895, 917 

Van Buren St. 
Frank W. Russum, 1902, 1102 
Madison St. 

DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA. 
Eckington. 

Edward H. Lawson, 1908, 18 
Quincey Place. 
Washington. 

Henry D. Aller, 1902, Bureau 
of Fisheries. 



Washington. 

Harry B. Angus, 1905, Ham- 
mond Court. 
A. Ellicott Brown, 1902, care of 

Adjutant General. 
J. Henry Carnes, 1895 Patent 

Office. 
Joseph C. Castner, 1891, care of 

War Department. 
Elwood L. Davis, 1902, ^221 

8th St. tBritish East Africa. 
Titus E. Davis, 1674, ^221 8th 

St. tWestminster Church. 
Eugene W. Fales, 1910, care of 

Adjutant General. 
John Gaub, 1905, t270l N. Capi- 
tol St. *New Brunswick, N. J. 
Herbert L. Harries, 1908, 401 

P. St., N. W. 
Spencer L. Higgins, 1896, care 

of Surgeon, Navy Department. 
Clarence S. Ketcham, 1910, care 

of Surgeon General, U. S. 

Army. 
Robert B. Kinsell, 1862, 1430 

Rhode Island Ave. 
Max Kisliuk, Jr., 1915, 1424 6th 

St., N. W. 
George R. Koehler, 1905, care of 

Adjutant General, U. S. Army. 
Harry A. Marmer, 1907, Coast 

and Geodetic Survey, Tidal 

Division. 
James R. Marshall, 1871, 1516 

H. St., N. W. 
William E. McMahon, 1900, 722 

12th St., N. W. 
Frederick W. Olcott, 1880, Navy 

Department. 
Henry H. Palmer, 1887, P. O. 

Box 1253. 
Ralph B. Parrott, 1897, care of 

Adjutant General. 
Robert H. Relneck, 1903, U. S. 

Geological Survey. 
Paul Schureman, 1897, Coast 

and Geodetic Survey. 
Henry G. Sharpe, 1879, care of 

War Department. 
Enos A. Skillman, 1851, 1831 

V. St., N. W. 
Frank Van Brakle, 1885, Room 

126, War Department. 
Charles L. D. Washburn, 1875, 

1746 Corcoran St. 

FLORIDA. 
Candler. 

Bergen B. Staats, 1876, Box 12. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



Fort Myers. 

Bergen B. Staats, Jr., 1906. 
Maitland. 

Aaron W. Benson, 1871. r 
Orlando. 

Eugene B. Bradley, 1912. 

GEORGIA. 
Atlanta. 

W. Wilson Faussett, 1910, 510 

Rhodes Building. 
George Harrington, 1898, tl401 
Fourtii National Bank Build- 
ing. * Rivers Drive. 
Macon. 

Gabriel Ludlow, 1895, P. O. Box 

184. 
James H. Owens, 1878, 101 
Pierce Ave. 

IDAHO. 
Wendell. 

Wayne H. Thompson, 1898. 

ILLINOIS. 
Berwyn. 

William P. C. Strickland, 1898, 
*6412 32d St. tChicago, 111. 
Cairo. 

Samuel Dodds, 1888, 2803 Elm 
St. 
Chicago. 

Henry J. Blown, 1865, 859 Ful- 
lerton Ave. 

Rufus N. Chamberlain, 1888, 
*3713 Pine Grove Ave. t225 
E. 22d St. 

John P. Clum, 1874, 55 W. Jack- 
son Blvd. 

Walter W. Cook, 1894, fSchool 
of Law, University of Chi- 
cago. ^6917 Bennett Ave. 

Thomas J. Cusack, Jr., 1909, 
care of American Radiator Co., 
1933 Wentworth Ave. 

Charles M. Denise, 1895, 1214 
First National Bank Building. 

Tunis Denise, 1910, 1901 McCor- 
mick Building. 

Richard D. Divine, 1888, 133 
73d Place. 

Howard Elting, 1890, *48 Belle- 
vue Place. t726 Washington 
Building. 

H. Marshall Fales, Jr., 1906, 
1323 Farwcll Ave. 

Harry W. Fuller, 1891, 208 La 
Salle St. 

John B. Guthrie, 1898, t208 S. 
La Salle St. ♦Winnetka, 111. 



Chicago. 

Henry W. Lockett, 1888, 175 W. 

Jackson Bird. 
Herbert A. Luster, 1896, 5488 

Hyde Park Blvd. 
Livingston P. Moore, 1896, 415 

N. Green St. 
Nelson S. Moore, 1906, t711-15 

Meridian St. •Cicero, 111. 
A. Arthur Nelson, 1912, Meade- 

Morrlson Eng. Co., Monad- 
nock Bldg. 
Walter Newell, 1882, 135 E. 

11th Place. 
Arthur A. Prentiss, 1913, 1449 

Michigan Ave. 
Thomas F. Russum, 1895, 1515- 

104 S. Michigan Ave. 
Cornelius S. See, 1867, 1413 

Ashland Block. 
Augustus H. Shearer, 1899, 

Newberry Library. 
Clayton S. Smith, 1909, fColloge 

of Medicine, University of 

Illinois. ♦6060 Stony Island 

Ave. 
John M. M. Stahr, 1906, 4843 

Washington Blvd. 
William P. C. Strickland, 1898, 

t Western Electric Company. 

♦Berwyn, 111. 
Graham Taylor,, 1870, 955 

Grand Ave. 
James W. Thompson, 1892, 

tUniversltyl of Chicago. ^5427 

Greenwood Ave. 
George R. Tlndell, 1901, 343 

42d St. 
Elliott E. Van Cleef, 1898, 30 

N. Michigan Ave. 
Cicero. 

Nelson S. Moore, 1906, ♦5206 

W. 23d Place. fChicago, 111. 
Danville. 

Joseph B. Mann, 1865, 513 The 

Temple. 
Oliver D. Mann, 1901, 513 The 

Temple. 
HaT:ana. 

Edmund P. Nischwltz, 1894. 
LaGrange. 

S. Lawrence Harding, 1897, 515 

N. Stone Ave. 
Manlto. 

Theodore Shafcr, 1879. 
Norwood Park. 

John A. Thurston, 1894, 5802 

Nlcolet Ave. 



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Oak Park. 

John K. Leeds, 1911, 1118 
Washington Blvd. 
Pekln. 

John C. Aydelott, 1891, 339 
Buena Vista Ave. 
Urbana. 

Francis K. W. Drury, 1898, fLl- 
brary. University of Illinois. 
*70e W. Nevada St. 
Frank L. Stevens, 1893, Univer- 
sity of Illinois. 
Wlnnetka. 

John B. Guthrie, 1898, ♦730 
Walden Road. fChlcago, 111. 

INDIANA. 
Fort Wayne. 

Walter T. Shepard, 1896, 1227 
W. Berry St. 
Huntington. 

Richard Ashman, 1915, 221 East 
Washington St. 
Indianapolis. 

Henry R. Danner, 1891, 1330 N. 

Meridian St. 
Joseph T. McDermott, 1909, 947 
N. Pennsylvania St. 

IOWA. 
Ames. 

Percy E. Brown, 1906, Station 

A., Iowa State College. 
Charles Miller, 1913, Iowa State 
College. 
Belle Plaine. 

John L. Greenwood, 1913. • 
Des Moines. 

James S. Arrowsmith, 1904, 
2514 Kingman Blvd. 

KANSAS. 
Belleville. 

William Kamp, 1879. 
Hays. 

Harry C. Freese, 1869 
Hutchinson. 

Maurice I. L. Kain, 1906, The 
Rectory. 
Manhattan. 

Robert Schmidt, 1912, 307 N. 
16th St. 
Muscotah. 

Luther Cortelyou, 1874. 
Waverly. 

John L. Senior, 1878. 



KENTUCKY. 

AnnyiUe. 

William A. Worthlngton, 1909. 
Jenkins. 

Ferdinand W. Haasls, 1911, 
Consolidation Coal Company. 
McKee. 

Isaac Messier, 1893. 
Phelps. 

Alfred Erickson, 1897. 

LOUISIANA. 
Natchitoches. 

Jesse C. Hazzard, 1892, Louisi- 
ana State Normal School. 
New Orleans. 

Harold L. Hoyt, 1892, 214 De 

Laronde Ave. 
W. Reid Stryker, 1904, 6039 
Pitt St. 

MAINE. 
Belfast. 

William Vaughan, 1880. 
Bingham. 

Horace J. Craig, 1896. 
Dover. 

Ernest J. Smith, 1901. 
Limerick. 

George A. Mills, 1863. 
Orono. 

Raymond Harman-Ashley, 1903. 
* Bound Brook, N. J. 
Skowhegan. 

H. Lloyd Harris, 1905, R. F. D. 

MARYLAND. 
Baltimore. 

Frederick C. Brush, 1915, 3401 

Wal brook Ave. 
DuMont F. Elmendorf, 1911, 
The Johns Hopkhis Hospital. 
J. Edward Elmendorf, 1914, 
tJohns Hopkins Medical De- 
partment. *New Brunswick, 
N. J. 
Frederick P. Hennighausen, 

1863, 224 Warren Ave. 
Halsey E. Ramsen, 1909, 3802 
Dalrymple Ave. 
Frederick. 

George E. Tracy, 1894, 264 Dill 
Ave. 
Hagerstown. 

William H. Burhans, 1906. 
Port Deposit. 

Harold F. Hovey, 1908, The 
Tome School. 



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BUTGESS COLLEGE. 



Robinson Station. 

Ernest L. Runyon, 1879. 
Towson. 

A. Hobart Smock, 1893. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Amherst. 

C. Robert Duncan, 1906, Box 
466. 

Philip B. Hasbronck, 1893, 130 
N. Pleasant St. 

Walter M. Peacock, 1913, Fac- 
ulty Club, Massachusetts 
Agricultural College. 
Andover. 

Chalmers P. Dyke, 1892, Bal- 
lardvale Road. 
Boston. 

Lester D. Berger, 1907, 129 
Tremont Ave. 

EHlis Bishop, 1892, 36 India St. 

Holmes E. Bruyere, 1892, 53 
State St. 

T. Alan Devan, 1906, 697 Hunt- 
ington Ave. 

Charles L. Edgar, 1882, tcare 
of the Edison Electric Illum- 
inating Company, 70 State St. 
♦Brookline, Mass. 

Cecil Q. Fielder, 1913, 800 Ford 
Building. 

Harry L. Jennings, 1916, 125 
Jeflferson St. 

Thomas M. Strong, 1868, 176 
Huntington Aye. 

LaRue Vreden burgh, 1877, 39 
Boylston St. 

Fritz C. Wittig, 1904, tl9 Pearl 
St. * Newton Centre, Mass. 
Brookline. 

Charles L. Edgar, 1882, *259 
Kent St. fBoston, Mass. 

Raymond T. Vredenburgh, 1906, 
123 Sutherland Road, 
Buzzards Bay. 

George H. Buck, 1916, P. O. 
Box 202. 
Cambridge. 

L. Simmons Ernst, 1914, tH 
Mellen St. ♦Catskill, N. Y. 

George P. Morris, 1888, River- 
bank Court. 

James Morrow, 1914, 40 Kirk- 
land St. 

Austin W. Scott, 1903, Har- 
vard Law School. 

James B. Scott, 1909, 4 Avon 
St. 



Canton. 

J. Hendrik de Vries, 1881, 9 
Chapel St. 
Fitchburg. 

Asher Anderson, 1870, 973 Main 
St. 
Grafton. 

George D. Lydecker, 1874. 
Great Barrington. 

Gerard Hallock, 1890, The Hal- 
lock School. 
Ipswich. 

Howard N. Doughty, 1896, 18 
Green St. 
New Bedford. 

Harry N. Blue, 1915, caie of 
Morse Twist Drill and Ma- 
chine Company. 
Newton Centre. 

Fritz C. Wittig, 1904, ♦162 
. Clark St. fBoston, Mass. 
Newtonville. 

Raymond B. Johnson, 1906, 84 
Walker St. 
Norwood. 

Clarence A. Bingham, 1908. 
Pittsfield. 

Clifford L. Mason, 1908, 40 
Thompson Place. 
South Ashburnham. 

Oliver J. Schoonmaker, 1906. 
Southbridge. 

Edgar D. Tillyer, 1902. 
Albert B. Wells, 1892. 
South Weymouth. 

George W. Ecker, 1899, 61 
Thicket St. 
SpAngfield. 

Herbert L. Mattlce, 1886, 43 
Firglade Ave. 
Sterling. 

Frank T. Lent, 1878. 
Swampscott. 

Alexander B. Way, 1895, 289 
Humphrey St. 
Waltham. 

Charles R. Bell, 1901, 510 Main 
St. 
Wellesley Hills. 

Robert W. Cobb, 1905, Oakland 
St. 
Worcester. 

Whitfield J. Bell, 1913, care of 

Norton Company. 
George Buttler, 1880, ♦ll Lenox 

St. t390 Main St. 
Joseph K. Folsom, 1913, Clark 
University. 



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Worcester. 

William G Ludlow, 1884, 390 
Main St. 

John P. Tlnsley, 1900, *S Mont- 
vale Road. tAmerican Steel 
and Wire Company. 

MICHIGAN. 
Ann Arbor. 

William V. N. Garretson, 1902, 

University of Michigan. 
Jonathan P. Scott, 1902, fUnl- 
verslty of Michigan. •1125 
• Perdon Road. 
Bear Lake. 

Emerlch J. Kuhn, 1915, High 
School. 
Benton Harbor. 

Corydon M. Ryno, 1898, 122 
Pipestone St. 
Cadillac. 

Walter A. Johnson, 1912, Court 
House. 
Coopersvllle. 

Nicholas S. Slchterman, 1912, 
R. P. D. 1. 
Corunna. 

William H. McKee, 1878. 
Detroit. 

Maurice V. Campbell, 1900, 500 

Philip Ave. 
Clarence L. Pfersch, 1908, The 

Gregorian. 
Isaac J. Van Hee, 1893, 2341 
Brush St. 
Grand Rapids. 

L. Douglas Tompkins, Jr., 1911, 
Robinson Road. 
Hamilton. 

John R. Poppen, 1914. 
Highland Park. 

Prederick H. Low, 132 Buena 
Vista W. 
Holland. 

John Walter Beardslee, 1860, 26 
E. 12th St. 
Iron Mountain. 

Joseph A. Crowell, 1873. 
McBaln. 

Theodore W. R. Van het Loo, 
1894, R. P. D. 2. 
Munising. 

Darwin B. Buell, 1916. 
Muskegon. 

Howard Goff, 1890. 
Ridge way. 

George W. Scarlet, 1880. 



Saginaw. 

Andrew Doremns, 1864, 2432 
Michigan Ave. 
Saline. 

William H. Hoffman, 1872. 

MINNEISOTA. 
Bralnerd. 

Walter A. Barrows, 1888. 
Duluth. 

Charles N. Ironside, 1881, P. O. 

Box 178. 
Hamilton M. Peyton, 1855, 
♦1239 E. Superior St. tAmer- 
ican Exchange I^ational Bank. 
Minneapolis. 

John T. Bergen, 1883, 632 E. 

18th St. 
George L. Nevlus, 1876, 610 

Temple Court. 
Henry L. Ulrlch, 1897, 420 Syn- 
dicate jL>uilding. 
St. Paul. 

George E. Sealy, 1870, 1894 
Marshall Ave. 
Wadena. 

Asher Murray, 1879. 

MISSOURI. 
Joplln. 

Joseph E. Aldrlch, 1879. 
Kansas City. 

Charles T. Thompson, 1908, 46 
E 52d St. 
Kirkwood. 

Pranklyu E. Holsten, 1905, 439 
N. Clay Ave. 
Rolla. 

William W. Cook, 1873. 
St. Joseph. 

Eugene Ayres, 1864, 108 N. 8th 

St. 
Philemon B. Lyon, 1899, 529 N. 
8th St. 
St. Louis. 

Harland Bartholomew, 1911, 

231 Municipal Courts Bldg. 
Alan D. Campbell, 1912, tE-9 
Tower Hall, Washington Uni- 
versity. *New Brunswick, 
N. J. 
Carl H. H. Pischer, 1899, 5777 

Berlin Ave. 
John Gray, 1896, ♦420 Olive St. 

IBank of Commerce Bldg. 
G. Stanley Robins, 1913, tl022 
Wright Bldg. ^333 Spring 
Ave. 
Rhea G. Smith, 1909, 1800 S. 
2d St. 



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BUTGEBS COLIiEGE. 



St. Louis. 

Aurellus M. Tlracy, Jr., 1908, 
tBqultable Bldg. *4458 Wash- 
ington Blvd. 

John M. Wennels, 1909, 1800 S. 
2d St. 

Louis F. B. Woolston, 1906, 
4040 Flad Ave. 

MONTANA. 

Ealispell. 

Stephen St. J. Malven, 1903, 
care of Forest Service. 
Lewlstown. 

Norman L. Poland, 1897. 
Bufus G. Poland, 1904. 
Miles City. 

Hervey K. Doane, 1906, Western 
Bldg. 
Missoula. 

Frederick B. Mason, 1905, For- 
est Service. 

NEBBASKA. 
Hebron. 

Edwin M. Alden, 1888. 
Omaha. 

Albert C. Arend, 1889, 5205 Cass 

St. 
Baymond V. Cole, 1893, 2616 

Farnam St. 
Stanley U. North, Y. M. C. A. 

NEW HAMPSHIBE. 
Alstead Center. 

Otto B. Meyer, 1878, 
Berlin. 

Alton P. Swan, 1907. 

NEW JEBSEY. 
Allenhurst. 

Edwin S. Cooper, 1896, 224 

Spier Ave. 
Charles K. Savage, 1913. 
Herbert K. Savage, 1918, ♦SO 
Cedar Ave. fNew York City. 
Allentown. 

Harry D. Bobbins, 1903. 
AUenwood. 

Owen B. F. Allen, 1882. 
Annandale. 

Edwin P. Holtberg, 1915. 
Arlington. 

Thomas S. Benstead, 1904, 607 

Chestnut St. 
T. Harvey Bruce, 1906, 311 For- 
est St. 
William A. Gxowney, 1899, 52 
Pleasant Place. 



Arlington. 

Frederick F. Bead, 1909, 539 

Chestnut St. 
George W. Schmidt, 1914, 427 

Chestnilt St. 
Albert M. Schultz, 1915, 156 

Stewart Ave. 
Asbury Park. 

Bobert G. Allen, 1909, 1105 As- 
bury Ave. 
Stewart H. Appleby, 1913, tP- 

O. Box 603. •Avon, N. J. 
Beginald S. Bennett, 1898, 516 

Asbury Ave. • 

Francis M. Bogardus, 1860, 

1117 W. 5th Ave. 
Elvin C. Burtis, 1896. 
'James M. Coleman, 1916, West- 
minster Hotel. 
Garrett M. Conorer, 1892, 414 

Sewall Ave. 
George S. Ferguson, 1897, 711 

Mattison Ave. 
J. Harry Hayes, 1916, 1102%. 

4th Ave. 
Clarence E. F. Hetrick, 1895, 

♦1114 5th Ave. fSeacoast 

Building. 
William B. Hogg, 1896, 612 

Summerfield Ave. 
Fred C. Hoth, 1902, 304 3d 

Ave. 
William I. Ker, 1896. 
Irving L. Beed, 1896, 506 4th 

Ave. 
Eugene F. Bocjsafeller, 1916, 

600 4th Ave. 
Harry J. Bockafeller, 1916, 600 

4th Ave. 
J. Paul Taylor, 1915, 504 4th 

Ave. 
L. Jerome Taylor, 1916, 504 4th 

Ave. 
Paul S. West, 1916. 
Athenia. 

Henry J. Scudder, 1890. fNew 

YoTk City. 
Atlantic City. 

Walter K. Cavileer, 1896, 326 

Atlantic Ave. 
Albert H. Darnell, 1893, Holm- 
hurst Hotel. 
Bobert H. Ingersoll, 1889, 

Guarantee Trust Building. 
George H. Muller, 1903, 15 S. 

Missouri Ave. 
Warner I. Bisley, 1904, t648-9 

Guarantee Trust Building. 

♦Ventnor City, N. J. 



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Atlantic City. 

Laurence W. Schenck, 1916, 

1421 West Riverside Drive. 
Hiram Steelman, Jr., 1911, 1 

South Tennessee Ave. 
Herbert R. Voorliees, 1900, 28 S. 

Harrisburg Ave. 
Atlantic Highlands. 

Edgar C. Cook, 1914. 
George A. Mount, 1904. 
Joseph C. Youenes, 1915. 
Avenel. 

J. Blanchard Edg&r, 1866. 
Avon. 

Stewart H. Appleby, 1913, 

* Washington and Jefferson 

Aves. fAsbury Park, N. J. 
Charles C. Haven, 1870. 
Baptistown. 

Harry Y. Green, 1913. 
Barnegat. 

W^illiam S. Sprague, 1916. 
Basking Ridge. 

Montagu Hankln, 1913. fNew 

York City. 
Ned O. Howlett, 1915. 
Kenneth A. Turner, 1914. 
Garrett S. Voorhees, 1892.- 
Bayhead. 

Samuel F. Foster, 1912. 
Bayonne. 

William W. Anderson, 1878, 762 

Ave. A. 
Clifford J. Colville, 1916, 16 W. 

33d St. 
Herbert G. Eddy, 1901, 19 W. 

34th St. 
Howard S. Gay, 1906, 36 East 

37th St. 
John B. Holding, Jr., 1896, 48 

W. 38th St. 
Thomas U. Purrington, 1914, 

t83 Trask Ave. ♦Trenton, 

N. J. 
Irving B. Stanton, 1915, 881 

Ave. C. 
William P. Stephens, 1873, 742 

Ave. A. 
Peter Stillwell, 1886, 98 W. 

32d St. 
Albert Watman, 1916, 72 W. 

30th St. 
Ferdhiand S. Wilson, 1888, 111 

W. 5th St. 
Bedminster. 

John B. Beekman, 1878. 
Charles G. Mallexy, 1896. 
Belford. ^ 

William A. Van Mater, 1896. 



Belle Mead. 

John V. 'D. Pumyea, 1863, 

Box, 6. 
Belleville. 

C. Leverich Brett, 1905, *211 

Main St. tNew York City. 
Cleveland Perry, 1907, 463 

Washington Ave. 
Russell B. Sammis, 1900, 251 

Little St. 
Belmar. 

Charles Everett, 1878. 
Belvidere. 

Earl S. Willerer, 1916, P. O. 

Box 281. 
Bergenfield. 

Samuel S. Demarest, 1909. 
Bernardsville. 

Robert A. Nash, 1916. 
Paul Roebling, 1916. 
Blairstown. 

John C. Green, Jr., 1915, Blair 

Academy. 
Bla wen burg. 

Henry K. Ilotaling, 1912. 
Bloomfield. 

Charles R. Blunt, 1904, ^39 

Weaver Ave. t36 Broad St. 
Malcolm L. Carl, 1911, 21 Oak- 
land Ave. 
Harry F. Cooper, 1900, 148 

Ashland Ave. 
S. Parker Gilbert, Jr., 1912, *47 

Oakland Ave. tNew York 

City. 
Frederic Glander, 1912, •197 

Washington St. tNew York 

City. 
George H. Gowen, 1904, 24 

Ella St. 
Charles F. Kocher, 1890, ^285 

Bloomfield Ave. tCare of 

City Attorney's Office. 
Francis G. Lang, 1907, 22 Ben- 
son St. 
Clifford H. Lawrence, 1910, 295 

Montgomery Ave. 
C. Raymond Martin, 1915, 157 

Washington St. 
William H. Martin, 1912, 157 

Washington St. 
George Morris, 1889, •161 

Washington St. tCare of 

High School. 
George A. Oakes, 1893. 
Charles F. O'Neill, ^37 Benson 

St. tNew York City. 
George B. Roesch, 1916, 60 Wal- 
nut St. 



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Bloomfleld. 

G. Lee Stout, 1859, 392 Frank- 
lin St. 
Bloom ingdale. 

Edward M. Ball, 1916. 
Bogota. 

John B. Black, 1910, 139 Larch 

Ave. 
BoTdentown. * 

Frederick J. Potter, 1872. 
Joseph B. Reynolds, 1886. 
Raymond C. Robbins, 1914, 40 

Croaswicks Ave. 
Bound Brook. 

' John Harman-Ashley, 1909, R. 

F. D. 1. 
Raymond Harman-Ashley, 1903, 

tOrono, Me. 
Perry H. Bascom, 1912, 203 E. 

High St. 
Arthur D. Bergen, 1913, 11 W. 

High St. 
Ljouis M. Davis, 1913, 1 W. 

Main St. 
Jacob J. Feldman, 1913, 423 

Main St. 
George M. Green, 1910, 118 

Hamilton St. 
William H. Haelig, 1910. 
Aaron M. Hageman, 1912. 
Henry M. Herbert, 1878. 
George W. Koehler, 1913. 
Robert R. Le Monte, 1888. 
Roy M. D. Richardson, 1915. 
Ime M. Rose, 1915, 107 Tal- 

mage Ave. 
Walter H. Rugen, 1909, Union 

Ave. 
William A. Schure, Jr., 1916, 

109 E. Main St. 
Alfred F. W. Sfarra, 1915, 48 

Talmage St. 
George O. Smallcy, 1906, 2 

Church St. 
Russell F. Stryker, 1910, *129 

W. High St. tNew Bruns- 
wick. N. J. 
Benjamin E. Thomas, 1916. 
ElbTidge Vansyckel, 1873. 
N. Dunham Van Syckel. 1882. 
Eugene S. Veghte, 1879. 
William C. Wells, 1916, Beech- 
wood Heights. 
Bradley Beach. 

Charles H. Gant, 1914, 607 

Ocean Park Ave. 
Bridgcton. 

Luther S. Davis, 1901, R. R. 1. 
David H. McBride, 1897. 



Bridgeton. 

Warren W. Oley, 1911, 13 New St. 
Sherman G. Pitt, 1888, 147 K. 
Commerce St. 
Butler. 

J. Clyde Enk, 1913, Lock Box 
165. 
Caldwell. 

Raymond M. Austin, 1916, 

Mountain Ave. 
Stephen J. G. Francisco, 1903. 
Wellington P. Francisco, 1899, 
*R. F. D. tMontclair, N. J. 
Harold A. Russell, 1914, Fair- 
field St. 
Herbert Simon, 1913, *6 Elm 
Road. tNewark, N. J. 
^ Lloyd M. Van Ness, 1911. 
Camden. 

Herbert A. Drake, 1868, 546 

Federal St. 
Albion E. Preble, 1899, 626 Erie 
St. 
Cape May Court House. 
Edward L. Rice, 1887. 
J. Archer Stackhouse, 1914, Box 
429. • 
Cedar Grove. 

Leo H. Fretz, 1914, 1 Summit 
Ave. 
Chatham. 

John Monteith, Jr., 1916. 
Jared B. Moore, 1916. 
Chester. 

R. Parkhurst Dickerson, 1914, 

tNewark, N. J. 
William H. Woodruff, 1906, 
Woodchester Farm. 
Chrome. 

John J. Mulligan, 1906, U. S. 
Metal Refinery. 
Cinnaminson. 

George L. Frank, 1915. 
Clayton. 

Robert G. Dooling, 1914. 
Clifton. 

Robert B. Davis, 1912, 200 Pas- 
saic Ave. 
Thoodorus M. Thorbum, 1914, 

66 Passaic Ave. 
Nathaniel H. Van Arsdale, 1862, 
♦76 De Mott Ave. tNew York 
City. 
Clover Hill. 

Charles W. Pitcher, 1873. 
Collingswood. 

Amos H. Flake, 1895, ^15 Frazer 
Ave. tCare of Public Schools. 
Alson C. Llewellyn, 1912, 18 
Zane Ave. 



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Cranford. 

Albert B. Craft, 1897. 

Carlton B. Pierce, 1876, 214 
Prospect St. 

Alan C. Plume, 1907, 102 N. 
Ave. W. 

Robert C. Plume, 1881. 

John A. Potter, 1890. 

Waldo B. Rosencrantz, 1896, 106 
Maple Are. 

Joseph R. See, 1912, 34 Spring- 
field Ave. 

Le Roy Wanser, 1914, 716 Wil- 
low St. 
Dover. 

Andrew K. Baker, 1882, 27 E. 
Blackwell St. 

Frederick A. Canfield, 1870. 

Joseph R. Forsyth, 1911, 147 
Morris St. 

Dean C. Jenkins, 1916, 147 
Morris St. 

George E. Jenkins, 1883, Baker 
Bldg. 

Lyman M. Smith, 1898. 

Benjamm F. Ward, 1893, •28 
Sanford St. fDover High 
School. 

Dumont. 

Charles W. Gulick, 1895. 

Dunellen. 

Benjamin R. K. Burke, 1870. 
Fred C. GaskiU, 1900. 
Benjamin M. Miller, 1909. 
Augustus F. Todd, Jr., 1881. 

tNew York City. 
J. Alfred Wilson, 1897. 

East Millstone. 

Frederick L. Bascom, 1909. 
C. Drysdale Black, 1908. 
Henry Lock wood, 1891. 
Abram Van C. Nevius, 1877. 
J. Richard Nevius, 1912. 
George E. Pace, 1871. 
Frank W. Remsen, 1893. 

East Orange. 

J. Edward Ashmead, 1897, ♦36 

Hawthorne Ave. fNewark, 

N. J. 
Martin Bahler, 1869, 166 N. 
Arlington Ave. 
George H. Baldwin, 1911, 247 

William St. 
Harvey W. Banks, 1915, •130 

N. Walnut St. fNewark, N. J. 
Ralph L. Beach, 1907, 49 Wayne 

Ave. 



East Orange. 

Myron H. Beekman, 1909, 72 

Warrington Place. 
William S. Bishop, 1887, 20 S. 

Burnett St. 
Arthur L. Boyer, 1916, 54 Har- 
rison St. 
Ch^ter T. Brown, 1903, 48 

Brighton Ave. 
Douglas Cummings, 1916, 73 S. 

Clinton St. 
Horace M. Decker, 1893, 131 N. 

19th St. 
Benjamin A. Furman, 1915, 191 

Amherst St. 
James L. Garabrant, 1901, *157 

S. Munn Ave. fNewark, N. J. 
Frank C. Johnson, 1916, 40 

Grove Place. 
George R. Merrill, 1913, 152 

Main St. 
Norbury C. Murray, 1906, 118 N. 

19th St. 
D. Barclay Nevius, 1891, 6 Win- 

throp Terrace. 
Alstyn F. Randolph, 1913, 87 

Eppert St. 
Otto Reiner, 1908, Marlborough 

Hotel. 
S. Ward Righter, 1890. 
Claude E. Scattergood, 1899, 69 

Carnegie Ave. 
Louis C. Tinker, 1900, 39 Whit- 

tier St. 
Cornelius C. Vermeule, 1878, *63 

Harrison St. tNew York City. 
Frederick G. von Gehren, 1899, 

522 Norwood St. 
Frederic T. Ward, 1884, 41 Ever- 
green Place. 
Joseph A. Ward, 1914, 62 Grove 

Place, Lakewood, N. J. 
William C. Ward, 1883, 67 Glen- 
wood Ave. 
William L. Ward, 1887, 71 Har- 
rison St. 
Denys Wortman, Jr., 1908, 40 

Watson Ave. 
William L. Wyckoff, 1914, ^27 

Ely Place. fNewark, N. J. 
Eatontown. 

George O. Dennis, 1906. 

John H. McLean, 1878, Hull 

Farm. 
Edgewater Park. 

J. Stewart Buzby, 1910. 
Egg Harbor City. 

Christian J. Mueller, 1914, 119 

Cincinnati Ave. 



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BUTGEBS COLLEGE. 



Elizabeth. 

Edwin C. Alford, 1909, tll8 

Murray St. •Springfield, N. J. 
William W. Baer, 1916, 585 

Newark Ave. 
Jacob L. Bauer, 1891, *160 

Westfield Ave. tl20 N. Broad 

St. 
Walter C. Bauer, 1913, 816 Rail- 
way Ave. 
Welcome W. Bender, 1905, 208 

Broad St. 
John H. Berns, Jr., 1915, 54 W. 

Scott Ave. 
Edward F. Blatz, 1912, 34 

Jaques St. 
Edward O. Boiler, 1914, 433 E. 

Jersey St. 
Robert O. Bouton, 1914, 649 

Pearl St. 
William H. Bowles, 1916, 412 

Morris Ave. 
Harry P. Brewer, 1908, 335 

Marshall St. 
Persen M. Brink, 1900, 233 Mur- 
ray St. 
John H. P. Conorer, 1895. 
Samuel C. Cooper, 1914, 419 

Livingston St. 
Hyman N. Coplan, 1910, 235 3d 

St. 
Stockton Cranmer, 1908, 67 

Parker Road, 
John M. Daly, 1892, 521 Grier 

Ave. 
Howard L. Davls^ 1912, 557 

Madison Ave. 
Harold Depew, 1906, 1207 Broad 

St. *Llnden, N. J. 
Harold H. Febrey, 1906, 1153 

Mary St. 
Theodore C. Fischer, 1899, 535 

Adams Ave. 
Russell W. Gies, 1912, 25 Rah- 

way Ave. 
Alanson McD. Gray, 1896, 1255 

Clinton Place. 
Herbert F. Haley, 1916, 140 

Murray St. 
Charles Hruby, 1916, 530 Frank- 
lin St. 
David Jacobson, 1906, 414 S. 

Park St. 
Nathan Kaufman, 1908, Port 

Ave. and 2d St. 
Stephen J. Keefe, 1889, 517 N. 

Broad St. 
Rdward B. Kelly, 1908, 1082 
Elizabeth Ave. 



Elizabeth. 

George W. Kerr, 1912, 307 Trin- 
ity Place. 

Joseph Kerr, 1915, 14% S. 5tli St, 

Albert Kreh, 1916, 843 Jersey 
Ave. 

Henry Kreh, Jr., 1911, t208 
Broad St. •843 Jersey Ave. 

Charles W. Lambert, 1904, 19 
Elmwood Place. 

August Leistner, 1913, 15 Jacques 
St. 

Harry Levenson, 1908, 113 Jef- 
ferson Ave. 

Charles E. Lovejoy, 1893, 630 
Jefferson Ave. 

Eric W. Luster, 1914, 943 N. 
Broad St. 

William H. Luster, 1884, 943 N. 
Broad St. 

Claremont W. Masker, 1913, 598 
Monroe Ave. 

Victor H. Miron, 1914, 414 Eliz- 
abeth Ave. 

James B. Noe, 1897, 347 Union 
Ave. 

Jerome Powers, 1914, ^901 Mad- 
ison Ave. tNew York City. 

Louis Powers, 1910, 901 Mad- 
ison Ave. 

William A. R. Russum, 1910, 
946 E. Jersey St. 

Alfred F. Sauer, 1901, 1158 E. 
Jersey St. 

John L. Sauer, 1900, 1158 E. 
Jersey St. 

George H. Schlotterer, Jr., 1915, 
618 Franklin St. 

Ralph G. Seller, 1916, 473 
Morris Ave. 

Ralph L. Shearer, 1915, 1100 
Anna St. 

William J. Shearer, Jr., 1915. 
1100 Anna St. 

Charles G. Slauson, 1915, •lOST 
E. Jersey St. tNew York 
City. 

Rudolph F. Steinke, 1909, 43 S. 
Broad St. 

Raymond Strohl, 1916, 152 Mar- 
shall St. 

Theodore G. Sullivan, Jr., 1915, 
Y. M. C. A. 

David H. Townley, 1893, ^139 
Murray St. tElizabethtown 
Water Company. 

Reinhold vom Lehn, 1912, 861 
E. Jersey St. 

Foster M. Voorhees, 1876, 286 
N. Broad St. 



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411 



Elizabeth. 

Charles Wagner, 1904, - 207 

Broad St. 
Aaran Wallace, 1915, 126 First 

St. 
Charles M. Warner, Jr., 1908, 

1093 William St. 
Edward Whynman, 1915, 15 3d 

St. 
George W. Wlnslow, 1915, 551 

Jefferson Ave. 
Elmer. 

S. Clifton Garrison, 1904. 

John B. Smith, 1911, 106 S. 

Main St. 
Englewood. 

John H. Ackerman, 1875, B. F. 

D. No. 1. 
Henry W. Banta, 1899, 20 Grand 

Ave. 
J. Harold Beekman, 1911, 3 

Liberty Road. 
Edmund N. Huflf, 1898. 
Charles W. Hnlst, 1891. 
Gerardus L. Miller, 1885. 
Englishtown. 

David N. Bulloch, 1915. 
George A. QuakenbUsh, 1888, 

R. P. D. No. 1. 
Fair Haven. 

Hamilton S. Battin, 1895. 
Farmingdale. 

William J. Lansley, 1888. 
Flemington. 

John L. Connet, 1871. 

Jason S. Hoffman, 1879. 

GeoTge H. Large, 1872. 

Asa S. Merrell, 1909. fPhlladel- 

phia, Pa. 
Fords. 

John F. Pfeiffer, Jr., 1915. 

Forked River. 

Benjamin F. Mathews, 1875. 

Franklin. 

Charles B. Conover, 1915, N. J. 

Zinc Co. 
Ferdinand D. P. Hasbrouck, 
1915, N. J. Zinc Co. 
Franklin Furnace. 

David Jenkins, 1906. 
Franklin Park. 

Irving Hoagland, 1890. tNew 

Brunswick, N. J. 
John V. C. Voorhees, 1870. 
Freehold. 

W. Ryall Burtis, 1896, ^56 E. 

Main St. fCourt House. 
Elliott Clayton, 1890, R. F. D. 
No. 3. 



Freehold. 

Robert H. Conover, 1909. 
Holmes V. M. Dennis, 1869. 
Marvin K. Du Bois, 1910, 3 

Broad St. 
William B. Duryee, Jr., 1910, 

•102 W. Main St. tCounty 
Farm Demonstrator's Office. 
William T. Hutchinson, 1916, 3 

Lincoln St. 
Martin Malia, Jr., 1905, R. P. 

D. No. 1. 
William C. Patterson, 1910. 
Earle C. Stlllwell, 1911, ♦19 E. 

Main St. tFreehold High 

School. 
Willianj H. Vredenburgh, 1859. 
Allen G. Waller, 1915, ♦R. F. D. 

No. 2. tNew Brunswick, N. J. 
Glassboro. 

Charles M. Keebler, Jr., 1911, 

516 Ellis St. 
Horace T. Smedley, 1913, 479 

Main St. 
Glen Gardner. 

Harry A. Hunt, 1894. 
Glen Ridge. 

Horatio S. Lang, Jr., 1908. 
Wilson D. Lyon, 1894, 29 Hill- 
side Ave. 
Glen Rock. 

Eugene Bogert, 1895, ♦438 S. 

Maple Ave. fPaterson, N. J. 
David C. Weldner, 1899. 
Great Meadows. 

Charles S. Hoff, 1912. 
Great Notch. 

George J. Stelnmetz, Jr., 1889. 

fPaterson, N. J, 
Hackensack. 

Ward G. Berry, 1895, 381 Sum- 
mit Ave. 
Joseph Burroughs, 1872, 15 

Meyer St. 
Howard De Mott, 1894, 289 

Lookout Ave. 
Fred M. Fountain, 1912, *194 

Main St. or 58 Euclid Ave. 

tNew York City. 
Lewis R. Harris, 1902, ^94 State 

St. tl71 Main St. 
Joseph Hover, 1882, 77 Essex St. 
Frederick E. Koester, 1911, 86 

Maple Ave. 
Jesse B. Leslie, 1913, 46 Hudson 

St. 
Louis F. Merrill, 1912, Court 

House. 
James A. Romeyn, 1876, 195 

Main St. 



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BUTQEI18 COIiLEGE. 



Hackensack. 

R. Ellison Soare, 1895, 55 State 

St. 
Howard D. Terhune, 1878, ♦SSS 
Union St. fHackensack Na- 
tional Bank. 
Herman Vanderwart, 1909, Mc- 

Fadden Bldg. 
Albert H. von Schlieder, 1893, 
90 Essex St. 
Hackettstown. 

Seymour R. Smith, 1868. 
Haddonfleld. 

Charles L. Hoopes, 1897, 218 

Kings Highway, E. 
Howard W. Ludlam, 1894, 46 
Mansion Ave. 
Haledon. 

Frederick J. Ulrich, 1916, 433 
Belmont Ave. 
Hamburg. 

Cliflford E. Dennis, 1913. 
Harry E. Watt, 1915. 
Hamilton Square. 

William W. Payne, 1916. 
Hammonton. 

Charles W. Piez, 1912. 
Harrison. 

William G. Breitenbu-eher, 1914, 

235 Harrison Ave. 
Irwin W. Howell, 1895, fEdison 
Lamp Works. *Flushing, N. Y. 
Jacob Press, 1912, 536 Harrison 

Ave. 
Wm. Lloyd Van Keuren, 1909, 
tGeneral Electric Company. 
♦North Bergen, N. J. 
Hasbrouck Heights. 

Charles N. Doolittle, 1907, *124 
Washington Place. fFranklin 
High School. 
Phlletus T. Pockman, 1875. 
James B. Scarr, 1916, 312 Col- 
umbus Ave. 
Ellis H. Schoonmaker, 1916, 269 

Walter Ave. 
Walter G. Winne, 1910, 272 
Columbus Ave. 
Hawthorne. 

Walter S. Bloom, 1912. 
Helmetta. 

John W. Herbert, Jr., 1872. 
tNew York City. 
High Bridge. 

Nathaniel W. Voorhees, Jr., 
1880. 
Hightstown. 

Walter Bastedo, 1913, 124 Cen- 
ter St. 



Hoboken. 

Harlan Besson, 1907, fSavings 
Bank Bldg. *604 River St. 

James A. Mason, 1914, 930 Hud- 
son St. 

Abel I. Smith, 1862, 51 Newark 
St. 

Albert L. Stillman, 1905, ♦730 
Park Ave. tNew York City. 

Nathaniel C. Wyckoff, 1910, D., 
L. and W. R. R. 
Hohokus. 

George R. Percy, 1892. tNew 
York City. 
Holmdel. 

Wilmer MacNair, 1881. 
Hopewell. 

Sylvester Gutelius, 1915. 

George V. VanNeste, 1879. 
Irvington. 

Alan E. Bums, 1911, 75 Maple 
Ave. 

Frederick N. Jacobus, 1894, 99 
Elmwood Ave. 

Frederic L. Wolf, 1904, 1053 
Grove St. 
Iselin. 

John T. Finegan, 1914. 

Arthur Kuntz, 1915. 
Island Heights. 

Ananias Lawrence, 1871. 
Jamesburg. 

George L. Shultz, 1915. tWll- 
kinsburg. Pa. 

John L. Suydam, 1880. 

Charles E. Whitlock, 1899. 
Jersey City. 

Marcus C. Andreae, 1909, 48 
Fairview Ave. 

George D. Auchter, 1912, 140 
Newkirk St. 

Henry J. Bogardus, 1878, 427 
Bergen Ave. 

H. Paul Collins, 1899, 220 Union 
St. 

Clinton L. Decker, 1898, 9 Vir- 
ginia Ave. 

Hervey S. DeGroodt, 1907, 292 
Summit Ave. 

Clinton De Witt, 1870, 155 Har- 
rison Ave. 

Elmore De Witt, 1886, 124 
Grant Ave. 

James F. Dilworth, 1902, 28 
Lincoln St. 

Warren H. Dixon, 1886, 259 
Washington St. 

Abram Duryee, 1893, 24 High- 
land Ave. 



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Jersey City. 

John M. Enright, 1895, ♦135 
Jewett Ave. t75 Montgomery 
St. 

Herbert B. Penn, 1909, 621 
Montgomery St. 

Kenneth S. Franklin, 1910, 
2953 Hudson Blvd. 

Hugh Gaffney, 1913, 96 Gifford 
Ave. 

Alfred A. Galpa, 1914, 126 Za- 
briskie St. 

William B. GlUmore, 1876, 99 
Mercer St. 

David W. Harkness, 1866, 90 
Mercer St. 

W. Reese Hart, 1899, 307 Mont- 
gomery St. ' 

Christian Heidt, 2d, 1908, Falr- 
i^aount Ave. 

Carl M. Herbert, 1903, t243 
Washington St. *Manasquan, 
N. J. 

George S. Hobart, 1896, 243 
Washington St. 

Eric H. Jentz, 1915, 92 Sherman 
Place. 

James T. Lillis, 1873, 208 Pali- 
sade Ave. 

Charles A. Limeburner, 1876, 79 
Danforth Ave. 

Frank Melntire, 1907, 241 Sum- 
mit Ave. 

Gordon D. Melntire, 1904, 241 
Summit Ave. 

J. William McKelvey, 1884, 813 
Montgomery St. 

Eugene J. McKenna, 1909, 404 
Fairmount Ave. 

Allan McLean, 1894, 31 High- 
land Ave. 

John Mellor, 1904, ^489 Garfield 
Ave. fNew York City. 

Louis R. Menagh, Jr., 1914, 64 
Van Reipen Ave. 

Ray C. Menagh, 1910, 84 Glen- 
wood Ave. 

Albert E. Mercker, 1915, 269 
Columbia Ave. 

Lester D. Murray, 1916, 4 Whit- 
man St. 

Harry W. Noble, 1906, 278 Paci- 
fic av 

Walter E. Schwanhausser, 1915, 
158 Fairview Ave. 

Franklin S. Smith, 1884, tColes 
and 18th Sts. *Montclalr, 
N. J. 

Andrew J. Steelman, Jr., 1902, 
15 Exchange Place. 



Jersey City. 

Harold D. Tompkins, 1909, 533 
Communipaw Ave. 

Vreeland Tompkins, 1893, 113 
Bentley Ave. 

Henry Traphagen, 1860, 307 
Varick St. 

Valentine R. Tupper, 1907, 167 
Arlington Ave. 

Daniel Van Winkle, 1858, 48 
Kensington Ave. 

Frank H. Van Winkle, 1910, •48 
Kensington Ave. fNew York 
City. 

Thomas E. Van Winkle, 1904, 
48 Kensington Ave. 

Ripley Watson, 1908, tl5 Ex- 
change Place. *794% Mont- 
gomery St. 

William P. Watson, ♦812 Mont- 
gomery St. tNewark, N. J. 

Joseph Wolfson, 1880, 119 Mer- 
cer St. 

Nicholas D. Wortendyke, 1876, 
108 Bentley Ave. 

Rynier J. Wortendyke, 1882, 15 
Exchange Place. 
Jersey City Heights. 

John Winner, Jr., 1866, 491 
Bergen Ave. 
Juliustown. 

Harry M. Allen, 1914. 
Kenvll. 

Earle B. Van Ness, 1912. ♦Pine 
Brook, N. J. 
Keyport. 

George W. Brown, 1897. 

Donald D. Hand, 1916, 3d and 
Division Sts. 

Fred B. Van Brakle, 1894. 
Kingston. 

Gillett Wynkoop, 1891. 
Lakehurst. 

J. Provost Stout, 1895. tLake- 
wood, N. J. 
Lakewood.. 

J. Provost Stout, 1895. ♦Lake- 
hurst, N. J. 

Joseph A. Ward, 1914, 335 
Ridge Ave. tEast Orange, 
N. J. 
Lambertville. 

George R. Wooden, 1897. 
Landing. 

William E. King, 1872. 
Layton. 

Alonzo A. Ranson, 1901. 
Lebanon. 

Claudius J. Flngar, 1907. 

John H. Knox, 1877, 



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BUTGEES COLUEGE. 



Lebanon. 

William C. Voegtien, 1902. 
Ledgewood. 

Albert R. Rlggs, 1898. 
Liberty Corner. 

Peter K. Hageman, 1879. 
Charles C. Wheat, 1915. 
Linden. 

George W. Bauer, 1904, Wood 

Ave. 
Harold Depew, 1906. fEliza- 

beth, N. J. 
Oscar Gesner, 1862. 
Julius P. Jahn, 1910, Wood Ave. 
Frank S. Stlmson, 1907. 
Hugo 0. Wendel, 1916, Box 88. 
Little Falls. 

Harry t>. McCormick, 1889. 
Howard E. V4n Ness, 1896. 
Livingston. 

Alexander L. Kean, 1893. 
Locust. 

George R. Maxson, 1914. fBrook- 
lyn, N. y. 
Lodi. 

Alvin R. Jacobsen, 1915, care of 
United Dye Works. 
Long Branch. 

Frank B. Conover, 1879, 128 2d 

Ave. 
Alfred Duncombe, 1891, 646 

Broadway. 
Chas. I. Mohair, 1909, Chattle 

High School. 
James B. Rowland, 1910, 182 
Liberty St. 
Lower Bank. ^ 

Lewis A. Adams, 1894. 
Lyndhurst'. 

Benjamin G. Divine, 1888, 522 
Kingsland Ave. 
Madison. 

George K. Heyer, 1902, 61 Gar- 
field Ave. 
Alfred F. Skinner, 1883, 2 High- 
land Ave. 
Stanley M. Wilsey, 1914, •524 
N. Henry St. fNewark, N. J. 
Magnolia. 

B. Tiel Smith, 1913. 
Manasquan. 

Carl M. Herbert, 1903. fJersey 

City, N. J. 
Robert P. Hulsart, 1916. 
Marlboro. 

John Giblon, 1905. 
Matawan. 

William V. Clark, 1870. 
Herbert Cottrell, 1900. 
Richard Heuser, 1904. 



Matawan. 

John Terhune, 1879. 

Ronson J. Wame, 1915. 
Mays Landing. 

Joseph M. Davis, 1915. 
Mendham. 

John H. Voorhees, 1911, Frank- 
lin Farms. 
Merchantville. 

Hiram A. Farrand, 1891, 3 
Morris St. 

Julian F. Miller, 1916, 32 
Franklin Ave. 
Metuchen. 

T. Turner Barx, Jr., 1913, Main 
St. 

Wesley Benner, 1915, Crystal St. 

Nicholas I. M. Bogert, 1864. 

Edward L. Breen, 1916, Pearl 
St. 

Charles B. Carman, 1908. 

Reginald B. Crowell, 1914. 

Edward C. Dana, 1911. 

D. Raymond Edgar, 1903. 

Harold T. Edgar, 1900. 

Charles M. Freeman, 1880. 

William H. W. Komp, 1916, Box 
446. 

Louis W. Martin, 1916. 

J. Gilbert Mason, Jr., 1905. 

Joseph F. Massopust, Jr., 1915. 

Edward L. Molineux, Jr., 1916. 

Eugene C. Moss, 1884. 

Ellis F. Potter, 1877. 

Bryce A. Quint, 1913. 

Sam Corle Schenck, 1889. 

Thorfin Tait, 1889. 

George C. Towle, 1869, fNew 
Brunswick, N. J. 

Harold L. Westfall, 1906, Vine- 
yard Road. 

Howard S. Wilson, 1895. 

Walter H. Wilson, 1907. 

Washington Wilson, 1881. 
Middlebush. 

John A. Thomson, 1884. 

Ralph W. Thomson, 1915. fRo- 
chestex, N. Y. 

Arthur B. TOtten, 1891. 
Middle town. 

Marion T. Conklln, 1881. 

Midland Park. 

Elam M. Garton, 1875. 

MlUburn. 

John L. Baker, 1907. 

George J. Berstler, 1912, ♦Mill- 
burn Ave. fFandango Mills. 
Millstone. 

Andrew Hansen, 1910. 



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415. 



Milltown. 

Joseph A. Headley, 1893, Mlch- 
elin Tire Co. 

Elroy W. Steedle, 1915, tMich- 
elin Tire Co. •New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. 

Clarkson P. Stelle, 1911. 
MlllvlUe. 

Harry S. Hampton, 1895, •iOl 
E. Main St. tMllIynie Manu- 
facturing Company. 

Martin W. Lane, 1881. 

Israel Reiner, 1915, t204 B. 
Broad St. *Woodblne, N. J. 
Milton. 

Oakley A. Johnson, 1881. 
Monmouth Junction. 

Nelson DeW. Stryker, 1868. 
Montclair. 

A. Hall Berry, 1892, 60 Lloyd 
Road. 

Philander Betts, 3d, 1891, ♦238 
Valley Road. fNewark, N. J. 

I. Nevius Bnyard, 1896, 107 S. 
Fullerton Ave. 

Wellington P. Francisco, 1899, 
tl6 Church St. •Caldwell, 
N. J. 

George M. Huttenloch, 1916, 33 
S. Willow St. 

Arthur E. Owen, 1897, 81 Grove 
St. 

Charles B. Pattison, 1884, ^66 
Clinton Ave. tNew York City. 

William C. Sherwood, 1892, 188 
N. Mountain Ave. 

Franklin S. Smith, 1884, ^90 
Union St. fJersey City, N. J. 

Halsey T. Tichenor, 1884, 40 
Prospect Ave. 
Moorestown. 

Joseph R. French, 1915. 

Herbert Greenwald, 1909. 
Morris Plains. 

Francis E. Tilton, 1896. 
Mqrrlstown. 

Franklin A. Chapman, 1880. 

Willard W. Cutler, 1876, Morris- 
town Trust Company Build- 
ing. 

George G. B*relinghuysen, 1870. 

Edward Howell, 1889, 6 Wash- 
ington St. 

John M. Mills, 1897. 

Coleman Randolph, 1882, 2 
Franklin Ave. 



Morrlstown. 

Frederick S. Smith, 1891, Trust 
Company Building. 
Mountain Lakes. 

Dudley B. Browning, 1916. 

Oren F. Browning, Jr. 1914. 

George H. Wyckoff, 1892, 55 
Lake Drive. 
Mt. Tabor. 

Irving S. Tompkins, 1894. 
Neshanic. 

John Hart, 1869. 

John L. Schenck, 1883. 

Louis H. Schenck, 1874. fSom- 
erville, N. J. 
Netcong. 

Will G. Atwood, 1910. 
Newark. 

James K. Alverson, 1912, 390 
Sandford Ave. 

Harold C. Amos, 1912, Newark 
Academy. 

John Arthur, 1912, 26 Waverly 
Ave. 

J. Edward Ashmead, 1897, 
t Prudential Bldg. •East 
Orange, N. J. 

QeoTge G. Ashwell, 1906, 174 
N. 9th St. 

Harvey W. Banks, 1915, fPad- 
dock Zuzi Motor Car Co. 
♦East Orange, N. J. 

William V. Becker, 1911, 61 
Mlllington Are. 

Philander Betts, 3d, 1891, 1790 
Broad St. •Montclair, N. J. 

Herbert Boggs, 1873, 160 Mar- 
ket St. 

Arthur H. Bradley, 1902, 218 
Falrmount Ave. 

Charles Bradley, 1876, t58 Free- 
man St. ^18 James St. 

John B. Brown, 1904, 129 N. 7th 
St. ♦Verona, N. J. 

Josiah J. Brown, 1860, 80 Hill- 
side Ave. 

Daniel F. Burnett, 1901, fSlO 
Broad St. ♦Orange, N. J. 

Joseph Burstein, 1912, 106* Mon- 
mouth St. 

Frederic S. Bush, 1903, 194 2d 
St. 

Kingsland Camp, 1914, 30 Ful- 
ton St. 

Vincent J. Casale, 1911, tl42 
Market St. ^98 Bloomfleld 
Ave. 

J. William Clark, 1887, Clark 
Thread Co. 



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BUTGEBS GOLIiEGE. 



Newark. 

Sherman L. Conklln, 1916, 247 

Belleville Ave. 
Morrison C. Colyer, 1897, fFlre- 

men's Insurance Bldg. *555 

Clifton Ave. 
Ralph E. Cooper, 1913, 239 Par- 
ker St. 
Horace V. Cory, 1915, *315 

Ridge St. tNewark, Del. 
Henry A. Cozzens, Jr., 1913, 22 

Pennington St. 
Frederick W. De Hart, 1897, 52 

Chester Ave. 
Edwin S. Dewey, 1912, 162 El- 
wood Ave. 
R. Parkhurst Dickerson, 1914, 

tl07 Halsey St. *Chester, 

N. J. 
William J. Douglas, Jr., 1904, 

91 Lincoln Park. 
Eugene V. R. Dulje, 1909, 118 

Central Ave. 
Frank H. Earle, Jr., 1907, 163 

N. 7th St. 
Charles J. Eldridge, 1906, 6 

South St. 
David L. Elinsky, 1914, 211 

Hunterdon St. 
J. E. Elmendorf, 1878, 750 

Broad St. 
Percy E. Erickson, 1905, ♦114 

Ridgewood Ave. fNew York 

City. 
Eugene W. Erler, 1903, 119 N. 

5th St. 
A. Boylan Fitz-Gerald, 1900, 35 

Clay St. 
William K. F.lanagan, 1904, Kin- 
ney Building. 
O. Watson Flavelle, 1897, 35 

Dover St. 
Frederick Frelinghuysen, 1868. 
Louis R. Freund, 1911, 810 

Broad St. 
John Q. Frey, 1901, 115 3rd 

Ave. 
James L. Garabrant, 1901, t9-15 
' Clinton St. ♦East Orange, 

N. J. 
Charles H. Garretson, 1907, 525 

Clinton Ave. 
Paul F. Girtanner, 1900, 40 

Clinton St. 
Louis B. Gittleman, 1916, 187 

Johnson Ave. 
Walter D. Gregory, 1885, 366 

7th Ave. 
Jacob W. Groendyke, 1912, 139 

Wakeman Ave. 



Newark. 

Franklin H. Halliday, 1892, 78 
Oraton St. 

Charles Hambrock, 1913, 111 
Osborne Terrace. 

Louis Hambrock, Jr., 1913, 111 
Osborne Terrace. 

Daniel Hand, 1894, 30 Mt. 
Pleasan^ Ave. 

J. Johnston Hart, 1900, *356 
Parker St. fClark Thread 
Company. 

Herbert W. Heilmann, 1912, 3 4 
Isabella Ave. 

William E. Helmstaedter, 1899. 
17 Wall St. 

Max J. Hemmer, Jr., 1908, 21 
Taylor St. 

J. Parker Hickman, Jr., 1913, 
107 Halsey St. 

Harold T. Hoot, 1915, 247 Belle- 
ville Ave. 

Walter Hornbruch, 1913, 891 S. 
16th St. 

John W. Howell, 1880, 211 Bal- 
lantlne Pkwy. 

Jonathan H. Huntington, 3d, 
1916, 34 Johnson Ave. 

Clarence C. Jackson, 1902, 14 
Gouverneur St. 

Henry V. Jacobson, 1912, 110 
Avon Ave. 

John W. Janvier, 1909, 343 
High St. 

John E. Jones, 1903, 16 Rlcord 
St. 

Louis A. Kempf, 1898, 725 Clif- 
ton Ave. 

William S. Ketcham, 1877, 24 
Gould Ave. 

William A. Kinsey, 1894, 192 
Market St. 

Howard F. Kirk, 1903, ^29 Os- 
borne Terrace. fUnion Bldg., 
Clinton St. 

Edwin T. Leslie, 1910, 6 Milling- 
ton Ave. 

Harold D. Leslie, 1911, 27 Ingre- 
ham Place. 

Arthur R. Lewis, 1916, 783 S. 
10th St. 

John A. Linnett, 1904, 26 Os- 
borne Terrace. 

Job H. Lippincott, 1902, 742 
Parker St. 

Samuel Mandel, 1915, 1 Hill- 
side Ave. 

Frederick A. Mandeville, 1885. 
1021 Broad St. 



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417 



Newark. 

James A. Mandeville, 1895, care 

of Eisele and King, 752 Broad 

St. 
Charles M. Mason, 1897, 31 

Clinton St. 
William J. McFadden, 1909, 

tNational State Bank Build- 
ing. *843 S. 15tli St. 
Archibald Mercer, 1868, 31 

Washington St. 
Theodore E. Merkllnger, 1905, 

895 S. 16th St. 
John A. MUler, 1871, Union 

Buildhig. 
Bartholomew F. Monagban, 

1896, ♦349 S. 11th St. fWest 

Side School. 
Robert E. Moore, 1915, ♦42 Ful- 
ton St. tNew York City. 
Frank A. Morris, 1904, 1059 

Hunterdon St. 
T. Vassar Morton, 1913, ^73 

Thomas ^t. fNew York City. 
George S. Mower, 1896. 115 Lin- 
coln Ave. 
D. D. Mulhem, 1913, Newark 

Star Eagle. 
James E. Mulligan, 1916, 106 

Arlington St. 
Roger Myers, 1897, 582 S. 

Orange Ave. 
J. Spencer Osborne, 1899, 45 N. 

Broad St. 
William C. Park, 1914, 64 Astor 

St. 
Cortlandt Parker, Jr., 1878, 

Prudential Bldg. 
Frederick W. Parker, 1888, 187 

Lincoln Ave. 
John E. Parmly, 1884, 97 Heller 

Parkway. 
Ralph B. Parsons, 1900, t46 

Clinton St. ^394 Sanford 

Ave. 
William P. Patterson, 1901, 177 

S. 10th St. 
Bernard Pear, 1915, t790 Broad 

St. ♦New Brunswick, N. J. 
Edward L. Peppel, 1916, 372 

Elm St. 
Clarence Peters, 1873, 117 Clin- 
ton Ave. 
Harry M. Peters, 1883, 1093 

Broad St. 
Harold C. Plerson, 1912, 100 S. 

7th St. 
Charles T. Pomeroy, 1877, t264 

Halsey St. ^459 High St. 



Newark. 

Samuel L. Poole, 1893, Pruden- 
tial Bldg. 
John H. Porter, 1886, 164 Mar- 
ket St. 
Arthur D. Pringle, 1909, 141 N. 

12th St. 
J. Paulding Read, 1901, ^283 

Ridge St. tNew York City. 
Jacob Chob Richer, 1913, 93 

Bruce St. 
■Frederic F. Roeber, 1897, 24 

Monmouth St. 
Robert H. Rogers, 1893, 49 9th 

Ave. 
Donald Ross, 1912, 52 MilfOrd 

Ave. 
Robert L. Scharring-Hausen, 

1916, 300 N. 7th St. 
Morris gSchechter, 1913, 834 S. 

14th St. 
Joseph W. Scheer, 1914, 69 Del- 

ayan St. 
George F. Scull, 1895, 117 N. 

9th St. 
Edward Sealy, 1869, 369 Wash- 
ington St. 
Frederic D. W. Searing, 1898, 

106 3d Ave. 
Harold Sillcox, 1911, 872 S. 

16th St. 
Herbert Simon, 1913, fDept. of 

Docks and Meadows, City* 

Hall. ♦Caldwell, N. J. 
Bevier H. Sleght, 1880, 644 Clin- 
ton Ave. 
William U. Small, 1897, 413 

Summer Ave. 
Frederic W. Smith, 1902, 806 

Prudential Bldg. 
S. Roy Smith, 1912, 74 Baldwin 

Ave. 
William E. Smock, 1912, 44 

Oriental St. 
Peter D. Staats, 1874, 156 N. 

7th St. 
Frank H. Stobaeus, 1908, 755 

Clinton Ave. 
Nicholas E. Tintle, 1902, 12 

Governor St. 
Joseph B. Trippe, 1861, 548 

Sanford Ave. 
Jacob H. Van Ness, 1862, 205 

Clifton Ave. 
Frank R. Van Sant, 1907, 725 

Highland Ave. 
Thomas D. Van Syckel, 1883, 

308 Chadwick Ave. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



Newark. 

Wlnant Van Winkle, 1900, 
tCommerclal Casualty Insur- 
ance Co. ♦Rutherford, N. J. 

Carl Wackenhuth, 1911, 682 
High St. 

Frederick C. Wackenhuth, Jr., 
1899, 57 Freeman St. 

Elmer L. Walker, 1912, 37 Mil- 
ford Ave. 

Raymond B. Walling, 1909, 15 
Waverly Aye. 

Edward T. Ward, 1884, •I Strat- 
ford Place. tCare of Aaron 
Ward and Sons. 

Joseph Ward, Jr., 1871, t41 
Clintwi St. ♦253 Mt. Pleas- 
ant Ave. 

William P. Watson, 1875, 
tPrudential Bldg^ ♦Jersey 
City, N. J. 

William L. Westfall, Jr., 1901, 
22 James St. 

Oeorge H. Whisler, 1916, 100 
New York Ave. 

M. Royal Whltenack, 1896, 19 
Bathgate Place. 

W. Spader Willis, 1886, fState 
Normal School. ^217 Belle- 
ville Ave. 

Leroy C. Wilsey, 1912, 727 
Highland Ave. 

Stanley M. Wilsey, 1914, ^727 
Highland Ave. fMadison, 
N. J. 

Wm. Leroy Wyckoflf, 1914, fEs- 
sex Bldg. ♦East Orange, N. J. 
New Brunswick. 

Harold Anshen, 1914, fcare of 
First National Bank. ^14 
Huntlngt6n St. 

Asher Atkinson, 1885, 49- Mine 
St. 

Edwin L. Baler, 1908, Highland 
Park. 

Joseph G. Baier, ♦SIO Sandford 
St. tNew York City. 

George V. N. Baldwin, Jr., 1886, 
Highland Park. 

Horace E. Barwis, 1909, care of 
George L. Burton. 

C. Stewart Beckwith, 1914, N. J. 
Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion. 

Nathan T. Benedict, 1903, 86 
Carroll Place. 

William H. Benedict, Jr., 1906, 
86 Carroll Place. 

J. Frederic Berg, 1892. 



New Brunswick. 

John C. Bergen, 1907, 144 
George St. 

Harold 0. Best, 1911, ^94 
Church St. t Syracuse, N. Y. 

Loafe Bevier, 1878, ♦Bishop 
Place. tRutgers College. 

John Bishop, 1878, Bishop Place. 

John v. Bissett, 1912, 3d and 
Raritan Ave. Highland Park. 

Frank D. Blanchaxd, 1914, tNew 
Brunswick Theological Semi- 
nary. ♦Paterson, N. J. 

William E. Breazeale, 1889, ^142 
Hamilton St. - fRutgers Col- 
lege, 

James F. Burke, 1913, 101 
Throop Ave. 

G. Harold Buttler, 1902, Liv- 
ingston Manor. 

Howard V. Buttler, 1875, 75 
John St. 

Alan D. Campbell, 1912, ^273 
George St. tSt. Louis, Mo. 

Henry de la B. Carpender, 1905, 
George St. 

J. Neilson Carpender, Jr., 1897. 

William Carpender, 2d, 1912, 
New Brunswick Refrigerating 
Company. 

Willard T. Case, 1910, Living- 
ston Ave. 

Charles S. Cathcart, 1886, 179 
GeoTge St. 

Lewis B. Chamberlain, 1886, 
♦212 Townsend St. tNew 
York City. 

L. Hammill Chamberlln, 1914, 
267 Handy St. 

Albert H. Chester, 1894, 11 
Union St. 

Franklin O. Church, 1914, 
Alumni House. 

Willard P. Clark, 1898, 89 Bay- 
ard St. 

Frederick W. Conger, 1902, 245 
Hale St. 

John C. Conger, 1915, 89 Rar- 
itan Ave. 

Charles H. Connors, 1913, 1st 
Ave., Highland Park. 

Garret S. Conover, 1878, 66 
Schureman St. 

George W. Conover, 1903, High- 
land Park. 

Louis W. Conover, 1904, 78 Al- 
bany St. 

Lester E. Cook, 1913, 63 N. 5th 
Aye. 



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New Brunswick. 

Robert A. Cook, 1879, Bleecker 
Place. 

William B. Cook, 1912, 12 Pros- 
per St. 

Henry G. Cooke, 1853, 7 Living- 
ston Aye. 

Charles E. Corwln, 1892, 228 
Wayne St. 

Charles T. Cowenhoven, Jr., 
1900, ♦192 College Ave. fNew 
York City. 

Charles T. Cowenhoven, 1862, 
139 College Ave. 

Bertram I. Cropsey, 1902, 57 
Livingston Ave. 

Roscoe W. De Baun, 1911, N. J. 
Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion. 

William H. S. Demarest, 1883, 
Seminary Place. 

Holmes V. M. Dennis, Jr., 1894, 
♦32 Union St. fNew York 

aty. 

Charles Deshler, 1885, 106 Col- 
lege Ave. 

George R. Deshler, 1895, 256 
Seaman St. 

Spencer C. Devan, 1902, High- 
land Park. 

Ernest S. T. Dewald, 1911, 22 
Morris St. 

Frank M. Donohue, 1879. 

James P. Dougherty, 1891, 79 
Paterson St. 

Charles A. Dunham, 1872, 
George and Church Sts. 

WUlard C. Durham, 1875, 264 
Seaman St. 

John L. Duryee, 1896, ♦Lincoln 
Ave., Highland Park, t Jane- 
Way Button Company. 

Wallace T. Eakins, 1911, 101 
Hamilton St. 

Harry W. Edgar, 1915, 105 
Lawrence Ave. 

John E. Elmendorf, Jr., 1914. 
tBaltimore, Md. 

Charles H. Engelhard, 1915, 
♦307 George St. tCare of 
India Rubber Company. 

Le Roy J. Esler, 1912, 105 Wash- 
ington St. 

Harry S. Feller, 1908, 260 
Handy St. 

Harold R. Fick, 1915, P. O. Box 
534. ^116 Livingston Ave. 

Joseph Fischer, 1871, 215 Town- 
send St. 



New Brunswick. 

Adraln Fisher, 1916, Highland 
P^k. 

Blbron Fisher, 1912, 237 Rar- 
Itan Ave. 

F. Walker Flanagin, 1913, High- 
land Park. 

Ross H. Flanagin, 1916, High- 
land Park. 

Russell Fleming, 1915, 254 Ham- 
ilton St. 

Edwin Florance, 1916, 161 Liv- 
ingston Ave. 

W. Edwin Florance, 1885, fNa- 
tlonal Bank Building. ^161 
Livingston Ave. 

Bradley J. Folensbee, 1915, 
Hertzog Hall. 

William P. Garrison, 1910, 2 
High St. 

John Ganb, 1905, fWashington, 
D. C. 

Henry H. Glflford, 1884, Wood- 
bridge and Maple Aves. 

Lawrence G. Gillam, 1915, N. J. 
Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion. 

John H. Gillespie, 1882, ♦Hunt- 
ington St. fNew Brunswick 
Theological Seminary. 

Gregory R. Gillmore, 1880. 

William H. Greene, 1901, 275 
Delavan St. 

Elmer S. Grymes, 1913, 210 
Handy St. 

C. Arlington Hallenbeck, 1914, 
fNew Brunswick Theological 
Seminary. ♦Greendale, N. Y. 

Frederick M. Hart, 1901, R. F. 
D. No. 5. 

Lewis A. Heath, 1907, 16 Liv- 
ingston Ave. 

Ralph Heldlngsfeld, 1911, 40 Al- 
bany St. 

William H. Helm, 1913. 

David L. Hendler, 1909, 72 Den- 
nis St. 

George Hill, 1879, Bleecker 
Place. 

Irving Hoagland, 1890. ♦Frank- 
lin Park, N. J. 

Samuel I. Hoddeson, 1914, 244 
Burnet St. 

Jasper S. Hogan, 1891, 219 
; ., Townsend St. 

J. Bertram Howell, 1915, 255 
Suydam St. 

Ralph M. Hubbard, 1915, ^17 
Mine St. fCollege Farm. 



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BUTGEKS COLLEGE. 



New Brunswick. 

Edward S. Ingham, 1916» 26 
Union St. 

Harris A. Jamison, 1908. 

Jacob i. Janeway, 1859, 192 
LiTlngston Ave. 

Albert R. Johnson, 1907, 'eth 
Aye. and Abbott St. tRutgers 
College. 

Edward F. Johnson, 1901, Sem- 
inary Place. 

GeoTge E. Jones, 1911, *nQ 
New St. t23 Bayard St. 

Philip K. Kalteissen, 1916, •126 
College Ave. P. O. Box 153. 

Oran Keller, 1912, 253 George 
St. 

J. Bayard Kirkpatrick, 1900, 
.1393 George St. *15 Cleve- 
land Ave. 

Frank A. Langwith, Jr., 1915, 
tHertzog Hall. ♦Oceanport, 
N. J. 

Thomas H. Letson, 1896, 138 
Livingston Ave. 

John H. Leupp, 1870. 

Herman J. Levine, 1915, 218 
Burnet St. 

Luke D. Lindley, 1896, 193 Liv- 
ingston Ave. 

Jacob G. Lipman, 1898, Experi- 
ment Station. 

■Eldon L. Lobleln, 1909, 172 
Somerset St. 

Robert A. Lufburrow, 1908, 
Highland Park. 

Bryce I. MacDonald, 1914, ^41 
College Ave. fRutgers Col- 
lege. 

Neil MacDougall, 1914, 33 N. 
7th Ave. 

Harry J. March, 1887, •15 
Grant Ave. futility Construc- 
tion Company. 

George W. Martin, 1912, 258 
Redmond St. 

John D. Martin, 1870, 133 
Church St. 

Luther H. Martin, 1909, ^258 
Redmond St. fRegistrar's Of- 
fice, Rutgers College. 

William H. McCallum, 1914, •80 
Welton St. tN. J. Agrl. Ex- 
periment Station. 

William F. McCloskey, 1915, 130 
French St. 

Cornelius B. McCrelis, 1873. 

Cornelius B. McCrelis, Jr., 1904. 

John F. McGoTern, Jr., 1912, 36 
Hardenbergh St. 



New Brunswick. 

Edwin C. McKeag, Ph.D., 1896, 
233 Somerset St. 

Howard D. McKinney, 1913, 82 
Harrison Ave. 

Timothy H. McManus, 1906, 73 
Huntington St. 

Eugene A. Meacham, 1895, Bay- 
ard St. 

Arthur C. Metcalf, 1914, 41 Col- 
lege Ave. 

John W. Mettler, 1899. 

Henry Miller, 1894, R. F. D. 
No. 4. 

Richard Morris, 1899, •le Cedar 
Ave. tRutgers College. 

Daniel Morrison, 1896, 1 Elm 
Row. 

George R. Morrison, 1915, •lO 
Bartlett St. Box 184! 

Herbert W. Nafey, 1910, High- 
land Park. 

James Neilson, 1866. 

S. Max Nelson, 1911, Highland 
Park. 

John S. Nevius, 1914, 319 Lin- 
coln Ave. 

James A. Newmeyer, 1914, 330 
S. 3d Ave. 

Robert C. Nicholas, 1896, 
•Bishop Place, f Johnson and 
Johnson. 

George W. Nuttman, 1896, 17 
Hardenbergh St. 

George A. Osborn, 1897, •S? 
Grant Ave. tRutgers College 
Library. 

Barle J. Ow»n, 1903, N. J. 
Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion. 

Irving L. Owen, 1908, 171 
George St. 

W. Frank Parker, 1895, fNa- 
tional Bank of New Jersey. 
•40 Hardenbergh St. 

Cullen W. Parmelee, 1896, 
•Highland Park. tRutgers 
College. 

Raymond S. Patterson, 1911, N. 
J. Agrl. Experiment Station. 

Bernard Pear, 1916, *1 King 
Block. tNewaik, N. J. 

Ralph N. Perlee, 1910, 179 New 
St. 

Robert W. Pettit, 1900, 144 
Livingston Ave. 

Frank R. Pratt, 1906, *4 Union 
St. tRutgers College. 

William H. Price, 1876, 77 Liv- 
ingston Ave. 



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New Brunswick. 

Alez. W. Quackenboss, 1907, 98 
Albany St. 

Joseph Batner, 1916, Highland 
Park. 

Anton A. Raven, Jr., 1916, 185 
'College Ave. 
. John H. Raven, 1891, *185 Col- 
lege Ave. YNew Brunswick 
Theological Seminary. 

Charles H. Reed, 1916, 201 Liv- 
ingston Ave. 

William Relley, 1866, 92 Carroll 
Place. 

Howard A. Reynolds, 1891, 390 
George St. 

Richard C. Rice, 1908, 82 Car- 
roll Place. 

George H. Roeder, 1906, R. F. 
D. No. 6. 

Walter P. L. Roeder, 1907, High- 
land Park. 

Leo Rogin, 1916, R. F. D. No. 4. 

Clarence G. Rolfe, 1906, 88 Pat- 
erson St. 

Miles Ross, 1913, P. O. Box 23. 

Millard F. Ross, 1880, 100 Liv- 
ingston Ave. 

Vivian C. Ross, 1912, *59 Morris 
St. tNew York City. 

John H. Rowland, 1914, ' ♦208 
Commeirclal Ave. fNew York 
City. 

Laurance P. Runyon. 1899, t422 
George St. ♦14 Union St. 

Schuyler L. Rust, 1908, Lincoln 
Ave. 

Samuel L. Sahn, 1915, 139 
Neilson St. 

T. Ely Schanck, 1880, fPeoples 
Natl. Bank. *n Union St. 

Arthur van V. Schenck, 1905, 43 
Paterson St. 

Warren R. Schenck, 1890, 43 
Paterson St. 

Henry P. Schneeweiss, 1877, ^49 
Bayard St. fRutgers College 
Treasurer's Office. 

Edward R. Schneider, 1909, 54 
Easton Ave. 

Fred C. Schneider, 1903, 262 
Suydam St. 

Frederick W. Scott, 1907, Bay- 
ard St. 

Charles J. Scudder, 1889, care 
of Janeway and Carpender. ^ 

J. Preston Searle, 1875, Semi- 
nary Place. 

Raymond B. Searle, 1916, Sem- 
inary Place. 



New Brunswick. 

Robert W. Searle, 1915, Semi- 
nary Place. 

Walter C. Sedam, 1909, ^86 Pat- 
erson St. t40 Paterson St. 

Harold R. Segoine, 1908, High- 
land Park. 

Frederic K. Shield, Jr., 1915. 
23 2d Ave. 

Earl R. Silyers, 1912, tAlnmni 
House. ♦Rah way, N. J. 

Shttbel K. Siver, 1897, 98 Bay- 
ard St. 

Frank H. Skinner, 1889, fcare 
of Janeway and Carpender. 
♦The Bayard. 

Cyrus C. Smith, 1883, Lock Box 
379. ♦lis Hamilton St. 

Hilmar F. Smith, 1913, 157 Col- 
lege Ave. 

Ralph O. Smith, 1902, ^170 Col- 
lege Ave. fRutgers College. 

T. Howard Smith, 1915, Box 93. 
tRutgers College Treasurer's 
Office. 

HaTold Solomon, 1914, 189 New 
St. 

Frank E. Spring, 1903, Highland 
Park. 

William B. Staat, 1913, ^236 
Baldwin St. tNew Brunswick 
Refrigerating Co. 

William H. Stang. 1915, 125 
Somerset St. 

Elroy W. Steedle, 1915, ^81 
Baston Ave. fMilltown, N. J. 

Charles W. Stevens, Jr., 1902, 
13 Kirkpatrick St. 

Alan H. Strong, 1874, National 
Bank of N. J. Building. 
tPhiladelphia, Pa. 

Selah W. Strong, 1891, 11 Har- 
denbergh St. 

Theodore Strong, 1883, t Na- 
tional Bank Bldg. ♦"Strong- 
hold." 

Russell F. Stryker, 1910, 
tRutgers Preparatory School. 
♦Bound Brook, N. J. 

J. Claude Thomson, 1910, 11 
Union St. 

Josiah Tice, 1877, 92 Albany St. 

Charles E. Tindell, 1893, 119 
Church St. 

Alfred A. Titsworth, 1877, ^590 
George St. tRutgers College. 

Harvey I. Todd, 1915, Hertzog 
Hall. 

George C Towle, 1869, t417 
George St. ♦Metuchen, N. J. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



New Brunswick. 

M. Bedell Vail, 1869, 96 Car- 
roll Place. 
James H. Van Cleef, 1863, 18 

Union St. 
Frederick N. VanDeripe, 1913, 

77 Lincoln Ave. 
J. Marshall Van De Venter, 

1903. 144 Somerset St. 
Francis C. Van Dyck, 1865, ♦25 

Grant Ave. tRutgers College. 
Harold W. Van Liew, 1915, 337 

Townsend St. 
Henry L. Van Mater, 1913, 

Highland Park. 
J. Alfred Van Nest, 1884, 42 

Church St. 
Charles S. Van Nuls, 1880, Col- 
lege Farm. 
Percy L. Van Nuis, 1903, 8 Har- 
rison Ave. 
Russell D. Van Sickle, 1909, 255 

Townsend St. 
George A. Viehmann, 1886, 40 

Paterson St. 
Otto R. A. Voelker, 1903, 14 

Scott St. 
Frederick G. C. Volkert, 1904, 

♦37 Mine St. fMontreal, Can. 
John S. VooThees, 1916, 586 

George St. 
Louis A. Voorhees, 1885, 111 

Carroll Place. 
Theodore Voorhees, 1915, Ivy 

Hall, River Road. 
Tracy S. Voorhees, 1911, Bishop 

Place. 
Vanderbilt S. Voorhees, 1878, 

Highland Park. 
Selman A. Waksman, 1915, N. J. 

Agrl. Experiment Station. 
Edward A. Waldron, 1888, LiT- 

ingston Manor. 
Herbert M. Waldron, 1893, 25 

Livingston Ave. 
Howard V. D. Waldron, 1893, 

25 Livingston Ave. 
William H. Waldron, 1886, 

River Road. 
Allen G. Waller, 1915, tN. J. 

Agrl. Experiment Station. 
♦Freehold, N. J. 
Paul Walrath, 1914, Alumni 

House. 
Robert F. S. Wark, 1877, 43 

Remsen Ave. 
A. Dudley WatsojJ, 1915, 17 
Hardenbergh St. 



New Brunswick. 

Harold S. Watson, 1913, ^121 
4th Ave. tlnterwoven Stock- 
ing Company. 

Russell E. Watson, 1907, High- 
land Park. 

Frederick Weigel, 1880, 48 Pat- 
erson St. 

Arthur D. Welsh, 1911, 108 
Somerset St. 

Charles P. Wilber, 1905, ♦Bishop 
Place. tTrenton, N. J. 

Louis K. Wllklns, 1914, N. J. 
Agrl. Experiment Station. 

Douwe D. Williamson, 1870, ♦Se 
Union St. fNational Bank of 
N. J. Bldg. 

Nicholas N. Williamson, 1902, 
36 Union St. 

George W. Wilmot, Jr., 1914. 
♦166 Somerset St. tNew York 
City. 

J. Deshler Wilmot, 1914, ♦ISl 
Livingston Ave. fNew York 
City. 

Carl W. Wllmurt, 1907, 111 Car- 
roll Place. 

Raymond P. Wilson, 1907, 57 
Paterson St. 

Carl R. Woodward, 1914, fN. J. 
' Agrl. Exp. Station. ^253 
Lawrence Ave. . 

Wilfred R. Woodward, 1896. 

Jacob WyckoflP, 1898, Lawrence 
Ave. 

New Durham. 

Wilber T. Gowen, 1909, Church 
St. 
New Market. 

William F. Mets, 1891. 

Frank O. Nelson, 1886. 

John I. Nelson, 1904. 

Lester E. Nelson, 1914. 

Walter E. Nelson, 1907. 

William J. Nelson, 1877. 

Ethan C. Rogers, 1912. 

Newton. 

Edwin H. Halsted, 1912. 

North Bergen. 

Isaac W. Gowen, 1879. 

WMlber T. Gowen, 1909, Grove 
PaJ-sonage. 

W. Lloyd Van Keuren, 1909, ^78 
Danlelson St. tHarrlson, N. J. 
North Hackensack. 

Jesse F. Zabriskie, 1896. 
North Paterson. 

Ellas B. Van Arsdale, 1890. 



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North Plainfield. 

Henry Eggerdlng, 1900, 30 Duer 

St. 
Harry B. Smith, 1915, 48 Grand- 
view Ave. 
Joseph J. Yates, 1894, 139 De- 
lacy Ave. 
Nutley. 

Edgar L. Dickerson, 1902, 106 

Prospect St. 
Abijah C. Fox, 1894, 57 High 

St. 
David N. Henry, 1894. 
Harold W. Schenck, 1913, 30 

Church St. 
J. Homer Stover, 1910, ♦176 
Grant Ave. fTrenton, N. J. 
Frank H. Whitenack, 1899, 
Crestwood Ave. 
Oakhurst. 

Frank E. Parker, 1911. 
Oakland. 

William V. D. Strong, 1891. 
Ocean City. 

William H. Campbell, Jr., 1915, 

902 Asbury Ave. 
Henry W. Foulds, 1913, 400 

Ocean Ave. 
Morgan Hand,. Jr., 1910, fcare 
of City Hall. ♦819 Wesley 
Ave. 
George D. Norcom, 1915, ^408 
Central Ave. fTrenton, N. J. 
Ocean Grove. 

Charles B. Rogers, 1911, ^136 

Lake Ave. tNew York City. 

Herbert C. Segur, 1916, 69 Mt. 

Hermon Way. 
PsLnl Strassburger, 1903, 42 Pil- 
grim Pathway. 
Oceanic. 

Lloyd B. Wheeler, 1907. 

Oceanport. 

Frank A. Langwith, 1915. tNew 
Brunswick, N. J. 
Old Bridge. 

Murray A. Chittlck, 1916. 
James Fountain, 1890. 
Floyd E. Rue, 1914. 
Oradell. 

John T. DeWitt, 1889. 
Edgar I. McCuUy, 1894. 
Samuel D. Stryker, Jr., 1886. 
Orange. 

D. Frederick Burnett, 1901, ^525 

Scotland Rd. tNewark, N. J. 

Peter V. Huyssoon, 1873, ^30 

Park Place. tNew York City. 

Harry L. Marker, 1899, 7 New 

England Terrace. 



Orange. 

N. Grant Richie, 1902, ^52 Hey- 
wood Ave. fBrooklyn, N. Y. 
William D. Schoonmaker, 1880, 
45 Clarendon Place. 
Palisades Park. 

Louis J. Quad, 1899, ♦Palisades 
Blvd. tCare of Arbuckle Bros. 
Palmyra. 

Henry C. Cooper, 1912, Box 27. 
William S. C. Roray, 1900, 708 
Parry Ave. 
Park Ridge. 

Frank O. Mittag, Jr., 1906. 
Francis A. Seibert, 1897. 
Parlin. 

Charles W. Chappel, 1905. 
Walter M. Van Wagner, 1914, 
Hercules Powder Co. 
Passaic. 

John B. Ackerman, 1879, 206 

Boulevard, 
Heniy H. Conover, 1900, 65 Irv- 
ing Place. 
Walter C. Cabell, 291 Main Ave. 
Edward Dawson, 1898, 185 

Paulison Ave. 
Gilbert T. Gale, 1892, *45 Carl- 
ton Place. t Passaic Print 
Works. 
Frederick W. Gaston, 1904, 266 

Pennington Ave. 
William F. Gaston, 1874, tl70 
Lexington Ave. ^257 Main 
Ave. 
J. Royal Hemion, 1892, 113 

Meade Ave. 
Elmer W. Kent, 1908, 40 Col- 
umbia Ave. 
Walter Kip, 1875, 60 Lafayette 

Ave. 
Elias Mead, 1868, 382 River 

Drive. 
Joseph Scudder, 1897, 115 Paul- 
ison Ave. 
Arthur H. Temple, 1896, 164 
Jefferson St. 

Paterson. 

Simon Blocker, 1905, 673 East 

27th St. 
Frank D. Blanchard, 1914, ^372 

Ellison St. tNew Brunswick, 

N. J. 
Eugene Bogert, 1895, to 14 

Straight St. ♦Glen Rock, 

N. J. 
Christian W. Braun, 1916, 229 

Marshall St. 
James F. Brlody, 1897, 385 

Main St. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



Paterson. 

Harry M. Buckwald, 1915, 64 
Main St. 
• John B. Church, 1867, 518 River 
St. 

Robert I. Hopper, 1866. 

Lester Inglis, 1896, 503 Broad- 
way. 

Henry Kip, 1875, 604 K. 25th 
St. 

George W. Labaw, 1869, R. P. 

D. No. 1. 

Henry Marelll, 1897, 2d Natl. 

Bank BIdg. 
George H. Metcalf, 1893, 13 

12th Ave. 
William 0*Connor, 1896, 143 

Wayne Ave. 
Floyd Y. Parsons, 1897, 108 E. 

39tli St. 
Ralph B. Parsons, 1900, ♦661 E. 

23d St. tNewark, N. J. 
Herbert R. Peebles, 1912, ♦9 

Pennington St. fAllentown, 

Pa. 
Elmer L. Schoonmaker, 1914, 

620 East 24th St. 
William P. Seddon, 1908, *783 

Madison Ave. fSecond Natl. 

Bank Bldg. 
George J. Steinmetz, 1889, tPat- 

erson High School. *Great 

Notch, N. J. 
James E. TOrrey, 1897, 612 E. 

26th St. 
Garret Van Cleve, 1896, 152 

Market St. 
Charles K. Van Riper, 1913, 632 

E. 26th St. 

Frank P. Venable, 1905, 51 N. 

3d St. 
William H. Vroom, 1862, 690 

E. 25th St. 
Theodore W. Welles, 1862, 406 

E. 30th St. 

Pattenburg. 

Albert L. Hagen, 1912. 

Penns Grove. 

E. Freeman Hawley, 1909, ♦Box 
17, Riverview. fDuPont Pow- 
der Company. 

Harold S. Riggins, 1902. 

William W. Summerill, 1914, 
care of DuPont Powder Com- 
pany. 

Perth Amboy. 

Rufus Allen, Jr., 1915, 496 Mar- 
ket St. 



Perth Amboy. 

Louis P. Booz, Jr., 1910, 87 Fay- 
ette St. 
Fred A. Briegs, 1912, 89 Market 

St. 
Adolph Brogger, 1906, 74 State 

St. 
Warren L. DuBois, 1908, 162 

Smith St. 
Solomon Ersberg, 1907, 203 

Smith St. 
Alvin B. Fox, 1908, 226 Mad- 
ison Ave. 
Morris J. Gluck, 1908, 158 

Brighton Ave. 
James Grieve, 1908, 59 Kearney 

Aye. 
Thomas L. Haijson, 1910, 83 

Gordon St. 
Carl F. N. Hegstrom, 1913, 179 

Market St. 
Charles C. Hommann, 1872, 81 

Smith St. 
H. Max Kaletsch, 1909, 313 

Watson Ave. 
Henry C. Koster, 1914, 524 

Smith St. 
Harvey T. Mann, 1916, 128 

Stattf St. 
William H. McCormick, Jr., 

1908, 153 High St. 
Martin S. Meinzer, 1901, 284 

Madison Ave. 
Mahlon G. Milliken, 1913, 152 

Lewis St. 
Olfvcr F. Mitchell, 1913, tl29 

Market St. ^147 State St. 
Herman A. Plusch, 1904. 
Forrest L. Smith, 1902, 272 High 

St. 
James S. Wight, 1881, *142 

High St. tlOl Smith St. 

Petersburg. 

Rodney Van Gilder, 1908. 
Phillipsburg. 

Walter Anner, 1915. 

Pine Brook. 

Earle B. Van Ness, 1912, tKen- 
vil, N. J. 
Pitman. 

David H. Schock, 1878. 

Plainfleld. 

Fred K. Armstrong, 1907, 37 

Duer St. 
Joseph F. Berg, 1863, 1020 E. 

Front St. 
Clarence B. Brokaw, 1903, 135 

DeLacey Ave. 



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Plainfleld. 

Peter R, Backelew, 1880, 134 E. 

5th St. 
Raymond Y. A. Carpenter, 1897, 

•33 Manning Ave. tNew York 

City. 
Roy W. Gates, 1916, ♦826 1st 

Place. ^ tNew York City. 
Frederick C. Grant, 1894, 119 

Grove St. 
Benjamin E.- Herrmann, 1910, 

301 East 3d St. 
William G. Herrmann, 1912, 937 

W. 7th St. 
William C. Hubbard, 1890, ♦111 

W. 5th St. tPotter Printing 

Press Company. 
Harry B. Jackson, 1916, 350 

Emerson Ave. 
Isidor Kunzman, 1912, ^122 

Plainfleld Ave. tl33 E. Front 

St. 
Robert A. Meeker, 1875, 527 

Belvidere Ave. 
Herman A. Newmark, 1913, 431 

W. 4th St. 
Julius J. Newmark, 1909, 431 

W. 4th St. 
C. Wolife-Tone Overton, 1913, 31 

Rockview Ave. 
Edward C. Pearson, 1868, 817 

Second Place. 
Daniel Rapalje, 1855, 724 Carl- 
ton Ave. 
Charles A. Read, 1878, 203 Park 

Ave. 
Cornelius Schenck, 1879, 904 W. 

Front St. 
Cornelius F. Schenck, 1913, 904 

W. Front St, 
Samuel Silbert, 1915, 426 W. 

Front St. 
Arthur E. Smith, 1903, 811 W. 

5th St. 
Frederick M. Smith, 1911, 607 

Central Ave.- 
William M. Stillman, 1877, 212 

W. Front St. 
Samuel R. Taverner, 1909, 514 

Madison Ave. 
Arthur L. Titsworth, 1875, 424 

W. 5th St. 
Charles M. Titsworth, 1902, 156 

Watchung Ave. 
Philip V. Van Arsdale, 1906, 301 

E. Front St. 
Joseph A. VanMater, 1880, ^21 

Myrtle Ave. tNew York City. 
Edward J. Van Wagner, 1916, 

1116 W. 7th St. 



Plainfleld. 

John H. Van Winkle, 1864/ Bab- 

cock Bldg. 
Leon P. Zeglio, 1914, R. F. D. 

No. 3. 
Pleasantville. 

Walter B. McDougall, 1911. 
Elmer S. Weaver, 1905. 
Point Pleasant. 

Frederick J. Johnson, 1913. 
Warren D. McCloskey, 1915, 406 

River Ave. 
Pompton Lakes. 

Charles M. Dixon, 1894. 
Pompton Plains. 

Frederic E. Foertner, 1902. 
Louis J. Ryerson, 1872, 
Potttersville. 

Adrian Westveer, 1865. 
Princeton. 

Alfred Drury, 1896, 8 Stockton 

St. 
W. Halsey Van Doren, 1867, R. 

F. D. 
Quinton. 

Loren P. Plummer, Jr., 1905. 
Rah way. 

William P. E. AInsworth, 1916, 

73 Esterbrook Ave. 
Adolph H. Baumann, 1914, 633 

St. George's Ave. 
Eugene K. Baumann, 1912, St. 

George's Ave. 
Cortlandt H. Bonney, 1903, 161 

Central Ave. 
E. Dudley Chase, 1913, 78 Maple 

Ave. 
Allen D. Cloke, 1909, 215 E. 

Hazelwood Ave. 
Charles E. Corbln, 1909. 
Frank V. Dobbins, 1895. 
George M. Friese, Jr., 1912, 140 

Hazelwood Ave. 
Garrett S. Jones, 1874. 
Stanly W. Jones, 1895, Elm Ave. 
Reginald P. Lukens, 1914, 75 

Bryant St. 
Earl Macaary, 1916, 225 W. 

Milton Ave. 
Franklin Marsh, 1879, 162 W. 

Milton Ave. 
John O. Marsh, 1912, ♦Pierpont 

St. tl37 Main St. 
Bergen S. Merrill, 1908, 118 

Bryant St. 
George W. Mingus, 1909, 77 

Union St. 
Walter E. Orvis, 1913, 216 

Grand St. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



Rahway. 

William R. Ransom, 1900, 80 
Paterson St. 

Ralph P. Ritter, 1909, 149 W. 
Scott Ave. 

Harold L. Robinson, 1905, Jef- 
ferson Ave. 

Irving R. Rosell, 1914, 82 Elm 
Ave. 

Walton B. Selover, 1897, Elm 
Ave. 

Earl R. Silvers, 1913, ♦152 Com- 
merce St. fNew Brunswick, 
N. J. 

Harold M. Terrlll, 1912, 160 
Seminary Ave. 

Charles A. Titus, 1912, 57 Com- 
merce St. 

J. Jervis Vail, 1898, 59 Hazel- 
wood Ave. 

John W. Wall, 1914, Rahway 
Natl. Bank. 

James C. Waters, Jr., 1904, 19 
Bryant St. 

Otto E. Wiemer, 1916, 130 
Church St. 

Prank C. WoodruflP, 1904, 36 
Seminary Ave. 
Raritan. 

Philip Lindsley, 1893. 

Louis T. Reed, 1880. 
Readin^^ton. 

Benjamin V. D. WyckoflP, 1875. 
Red Bank. 

Bayard C. Applegate, 1905, 60 
Broad St. 

Daniel H. Applegate, Jr., 1903, 
60 Broad St. 

Charles P. Duncan, 1912, 44 
Borden St. 

Edwin Pield, 1870, 76 W. Front 
St. 

Thomas H. Grant, 1881. 

William Hockman, 1886, New- 
man Spring Rd. 

Lional P. Liebschutz, 1912, 129 
Branch Ave. 

Prank L. Manning, 1896, 121 
Broad St. ^34 Le Roy Place. 

Adrian C. Minton, 1916, 58 E. 
Front St. 

D. DuBois Schenck, 1872, 76 
Oakland St. 

Arthur C. Swift, 1908, 3 Throck- 
morton Ave. 

George M. Taylor, 1877, 54 
Broad St. 

Garret Wyckoff, 1881, 50 Branch 
Ave. 



Ridgefleld Park. 

Prank A. Morrison, 1909, 272 

Hackensack Rd. 
John D. Morrison, 1912, 270 

Hackensack Rd. 
William J. Morrison, Jr., 1897, 

Hackensack Rd. 
Ridgewood. ^ 

Harold J. Cadmus, 1912, 203 S. 

Maple Ave. 
Heary D. Cook, 1904, Saddle 

River Road. 
Henry K. Davles, 1914, •48 

Franklin Ave. fNew York 

City. 
Wallace Dunlop, 1916, 20 Hanks 

Ave. 
William J. Ransom, 1912, 96 

Van Dien Ave. 
John A. Van Neste, 1872, 110 

Prospect St. 
Asa Zabrlskie, 1880. fSan Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
David D. Zabrlskie, 1879, 84 

West Ridgewood Ave. 

Ringoes. 

Lindley G. Cook, 1914. 

River Edge. 

James E. Graham, 1871. 

Riverside. 

Charles H. Taubel, 1906. 
Walnright D. Twlng, 1916, 515 
Pairrlew Ave. 
• Thomas L. Wilkinson, 1906, 51? 
Fairview Ave. 

Rlverton. 

Benjamin Llpplncott, 1884, R. 

P. D. 
George S. Willits, 1873, Lawn 
House. 

Rockaway. 

Hugh Haddow, Jr., 1897, Hoag- 
land Ave. 

Roselle. 

Frank C. Manley, 1896, 264 3d 

Ave. E. 
Harvey C. Robins, 1907, 137 3d 

Ave. E. 
Oliver P. Schneeweiss, 1881, 

♦128 W. 6th Ave. fNew York 

City. 
Edward P. Smaney, 1916, 49 

Locust St. 
Burtls P. Vaughan, 1905, 146 E. 

5th Ave. 



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IteMfte Fuk. 

J. Wmtxe^lBOggksm, 19^ «405 

Chestnut St. fNew York City. 
Lloyd N. Lewis, 1915, 54 E. 

Grant Ave. 
Henry H. Stevens, 1892, 621 

Chestnut St. 
Rutherford. 

W. Allen Messier, 1898, 11 W. 

Park Place. 
George M. Sangster, 1911, 300 

Washington Ave. 
Henry Utterwlck, 1863, 150 Car- 

mlta Ave. 
Charles Van Winkle, 1885, The 

Terrace. 
Stirling Van Winkle, 1908, 5 

Lincoln Are. 
Theodore Van Winkle, 1913^ 182 

Ridge Rd. 
Winant Van Winkle, 1900, *15 

Pierrepont Ave. fNewark, 

N. J. 
Howard I. Wheat, 1908, 55 Ray- 
mond Ave. ^ 
Salem. 

F. Newlln Acton, 1912, P. O. 

Box 196. 
Harry D. Green, 1909, 16 Oak 

St. 
John Handley, 1883, 15 Chest- 
nut St. 
J. Lawrence Pettit, 1912, *260 

Grant St. fPhiladelphla, Pa. 
Eugene R. Taylor, 1916, 39 7th 

St. 
Sayreville. 

Jesse H. Beekman, 1879. 
Douglas J. Fisher, 1908. 
Fred Macarthy, Jr., 1915. 
Scotch Plains. 

Charles Elliott, 1908. 
Sea Bright. 

Howard M. Prichard 1913. 
Sea Isle City. 

Lawrence W. Sharp, 1916, 20 

Swain St. 
Sergeantsville. 

Eugene B. Matthews, 1885. 

Sewell. 

George B. Hurff, 1882. 

Short Hills. 

Alfred W. Thomas, 1914. 

Henry F. Twltchell, 1893, Pub- 
lic School. 
Sklllman. 

Isaac S. Schonck, 1873. 



Somerville. 

€. Bfiradate ^mtak, 3»D8, R. F. 

D. Wo. 2. 

Clarence E. Case, 1900, 64 W. 

Main St. 
Horace Codington, 1898. 
Jacob B. Cornell, 1872. 
Clarkson A. Cranmer, 1916, 22 

N. Bridge St. 
William S. Cranmer, 1882, 22 

N. Bridge St. 
Howard K. Dilts, 1909, *181 W. 

Summit St. tCare of High 

School. 
Joshua Doughty, Jr., 1869, 30 

West End Ave. 
John A. Freeh, 1878, 27 Main 

St. 
Clarence Garretson, 1899, Clark 

Bldg. 
Harold N. Halstead, 1916, 118 

Bartine St. 
Theodore J. Hoffman, 1851. 
Edward L. Keenan, 1907. 
Voorhees Kline, 1909, Grftnt 

Bldg. 
Frederick A. McCuUough, 1914, 

2 W. Main St. . 
John F. McWilliam, 1881, 112 

South St. 
William S. Porte, 1915, High 

School. 
Louis H. Schenck, 1874, *Ne- 

' shanic, N. J. 
Aaron L. StlHwell, 1886, 30 N. 

Bridge St. 
George V. Vanderveer, 1879, 3 

W. Main St. 
Rynier Veghte, 1875, 69 Doughty 

Ave. • 

LaRue Vredenburgh, 1876, 168 

W. Main St. 
, William S. Woodruff, 1907, 193 

E. High St. 

Theodore Wyman, Jr., 1908, 171 
E. High St. ♦ 

South Amboy. 

Edward J. Crane, 1915. 

Melvin M. Hunt, 1913, Borden- 

town Ave. 
Arthur T. McMichael, 1910, P. 

O. Bldg. 
J. Manning Roberts, 1894. 
South Bound Brook. 

Harold E. Green, 1906. 
South Branch. 

Isaac Sperling, 1890. 



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RUTGERS COLLEGE. 



South Dennis. 

Malcolm C. Ludlam, 1890. 
South Mlddlebush. 

Abram W. Totten, 1894. 
South Orange. 

Harold S. Bolsover, 1915, 45 

Delaware Aye. 
Stuart M. Firth, 1914, 249 Rldge- 
wood Road. 
South RlYer. 

Charies C. Armstrong, 1907. 
Leonard S. Brlggs, 1912. 
George L. Burton, 1909. 
Edwin F. Cathcart, 1913. 
Charles E. Jacguart, 1911. 
American Enameled Brick and 
Tile Company. 
William Morgan, 1873. 
Charles H. Rogers, 1882. 
Springfield. 

Edwin C. Alford, 1909, tEliza- 

beth, N. J. 
William P. Carter, 1896, P. O. 
Box 112 
• George A. Liggett, 1889. 
Erwin L. Meisel, 1916. 
Frank L. Walton, 1914, Morris 
Ave. 
Stanhope. 

John Wills, 1895. 
Stelton. 

Charles T. Letson, 1895. 
Edward F. Sims, 1913 ' 

Stockton. 

Raymond S. Harrison, 1894. 
John F. Hunt, 1896. 
Succasunna. 

Clifford W. Buck, 1912. 
Summit. 

Robert B. LitteH, 1895, 46 Pros- 
. pect St. 

Horace E. Treat, 1908, 10 High 
land Aye 
Swedesboro. 

Harris T. Kille, 1916, R. F. D. 
No. 2. 
Toms River. 

Philip S. Bailey, 1895. 
Mahlon W. Ernst, 1897. 
Charles A. Morris, 1905. 
Trenton. 

Charles S Aitkin, 1880, ♦44 
Montgomery PI. fOfflce of 
Secretary of State. 
Symmes Bergen, 1869, 588 Chest- 
nut Ave. 
John Bruyere, 1881, 131 Perry 
St. 



Trenton. 

George C. Bullock, 1892, 915 

Edgewood Ave. 
Gardner H. Cain, 1881, 476 W. 

State St. 
William B. Carter, 1903, 253 
I Lafayette Ave. 

! Charles Divine, 1890, 210 Park 

Lane. 
Willet H. Drake, 1913, 1334 
j Greenwood Ave. 

I Leon A. Errickson, 1915, 312 

I Academy St. 

Charles R. Falrchild, 1902, *^2 

Prospect St. 
Le Roy W. Farley, 1910, 515 E. 

State St. 
J. Ridgway Fell, 1869, 134 N. . 
Clinton Ave. 
, Scott M. Fell, 1911, 943 Berkeley 

Ave. 
Isaac Finejerg, 1907, 35 Perrine 
Ave. 
; Alfred C. Gregory, 1896, 909 

Bellevue Ave. 
I Rutherford C. Haven, 1902, 36 

I Forst-RIchey Building. 

I Linwood L. Lee, 1916, 911 Edge- 

wood Ave. 
William H. MacDonald, 1911, 18 

McKinley Ave. 
George W. Mulheron, 1909, 204 
I N. Clinton Ave. 

Alfred B. Nelson, 1879. 
George D. Norcom, 1915, fcare 
of State Board of Health. 
*Ocean City, N. J. 
John B. Pritchard, 1915, 9 Perry 

St. 
Thomas U. Purrington, 1914, *46 

Hudson St. tBayonne, N. J. 
Alfred Reed, 1862. 
W. Earl Rochford, 1911, 23 

General Greene Ave. 
Samuel M. Sharkey, 1913, 834 

Berkeley Ave. 
Wfllard S. Slack, 1912, Berkeley 

and Parkside Aves. 
Clarence L. Smith, 1896, 143 E. 

State St. 
Joseph H. Stone, 1914, 302 

Perry St. 
Charles C. Stover, 1913, 474 W. 

State St. 
Edward C. Stover, Jr., 1913, 474 

W. State St. 
J. Homer Stover, 1910. t474 W. 
State St. *Nutley, N. J. 



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Trenton. 

Andrew B. Sweeney, 1907, 204 
Spring St. 

Albert A. Taylor, Jr., 1905, 
American Mechanics Building. 

John W. Thompson, 1899, 316 
Chestnut Ave. 

Theodore Toblsh, 1903, 184 S. 
Broad St. 

Morris S. Traver, 1912, 46 N. 
Clinton Ave. 

John T. Van Cleef, 1869, P. O. 
Box 624. 

Francis E. Weis, 1913, 4 Frank- 
lin St, 

Charles P. Wilber, 1905, tcare 
of Forest Commission, State 
House. *New Brunswick, N. J. 

Edmund O. Wood, 1898, 33 Col- 
onial Ave. 

Japhet B. Woolston, 1911, 8 
General Greene Ave. 
Trenton Junction. 

Samuel S. De Cou, 1893. 
Union, Union Co. 

H. Lewis Benedict, 1902. 

Walter G. Boschen, 1907. 
Upper Montclair. 

Howard S. Gles, 1908, 55 Park 
St. 

Cornelius D. Vreeland, 1891, 215 
Inwood Ave. 
Ventnor City. 

Howard G. Harris, 1894, 110 S. 
Surrey Place. 

Warner I. Rlsley, 1904, *8 S. 
Oxford Place. fAtlantlc City, 
N. J. 
Verona. 

John B. Brown, 1904, *7 Brook- 
dale Ave. tNewark, N. J. 

Charles C. Cain, 1901, 14 For- 
est Ave. 

Oliver E. Gordon, 1861. 

Edward R. Schmid, 1912, 263 
Bloomfield Ave. 
Vincentown. 

J. Ellis Irlck, 1890.. 

Vincent M. Irlck, 1899. 
Vineland. 

James L. R. Handford, 1915, 
109 Oak Road. 

George A. Mitchell, 1891. 

Warren S. Mitchell, 1894. 

Henry R. Powell, 1910. 

J. Russell Verbrycke, 1881. 620 
Wood St. 
Washington. 

Clark C. Bowers, 1913. 



Weehawken. 

John Justin, 1862, 80 Fulton 

St., Clifton Park. 
Alfred J. Mahnken, 1908, 52 

Hudson Place, Highwood 

Park. 
J. Clarence Mlll^, 1904, 228 

34th St. 
West Englewood. 

Francis B. Kurtz, 1905, 33 Og- 

den Ave. 
Westfield. 

Henry G. Atwater, 1904, ♦320 

Prospept St. tNew York 

City. 
Spencer D. Bmbree, 1915, 533 

Clark St. 
G. Foster Herben, 1916, 121 

Ferris Place. 
Russell W. Hunt, 1915, 203 

Ross Place. 
Joseph D. Laurent, 1913, 548 

Washington St. 
Stanley P. Marsh, 1912, 324 

Mountain Ave. 
Paul Q. Oliver, 1893, tl62 E. 

Broad St. *603 Boulevard. 
Byron M. Prugh, 1904, 119 Elm 

St. 37 Elm St. 
Walter D. Reese, 1916, 249 E. 

Walnut St. 
Russell J. Savltz, 1915, 617 

Lawrence Ave. 
Richard G. Savoye, 1902, 114 

Central Ave. . , 

S. Neale Williams, 1914, 319 

South Ave. 
West Hoboken. 

Abraham Urevltz, 1908, 446 

Clinton Ave. 
West New York. 

Ralston R. Hannas, 1916, 415 

16th St. 
Abram W. Hopper, 1891, 409 

16th St. 
Lawrence H. Opdycke, 1913, 

*518 W. 22d St. tState Col- 
lege, Pa. 
West Nutley. 

Edward F. Duggan, 1904, 16 

Beach St. 
West Orange. 

Leslie C. Lantz, 1918, 36 Col- 
umbia St. 
Leonor F. Loree, 1877. fNew 

York City. 
Arthur G. Whyte, 1911. •62 

Standish Ave. fSt. Cloud. 



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Whltehouse Station. 

Grant Davis, 1886. 
Wickatnnk. 

Richard W. Herbert, 1878. 
Woodbine. 

Israel Reiner, 1915. tMillville, 
N. J. 

Dayld H. Rosenfeld, 1905. 

Joseph S. Zass, 1916. 
Woodbridge. 

Ephraim Cutter, 1874, Green St. 

Ernest C. Moffett, 1910. 

George M. Valentine, 1886, 194 
Green St. 
Wrightstown. 

Harry M. Allen, 1914. 

NEW MErXICO. 
Albuquerque. 

Edward L. Coriell, 1903, First 

Natl. Bank. 
Robert Stephenson, 1909, U. S. 

Forest Service. 
Frederick H. Winn, 1899, ♦410 
N. 12th St. tSprlngervlUe, 
Ariz. 
Silver City. 

George M. Gordon, 1901, 826 
8th St. 

NEW YORK. 
Accord. 

Henry D. Frost, 1911. 

AlbaQy. 

Walter W. Batchelder, 1887, 60 

State St. . 
John H. Brandow, 1883, 59 

Manning Blvd. 
William H. Brandow, 1915, 59 

Manning Blvd. 
Edwin E. Colburn, 1&76, Box 

488. 
James K. Dunscomb, 1873, 351 

State St. 
Howard N. Fuller, 1874, 144 

State St. 
Cliflford Horsfall, 1914, tl34 

Hudson Ave. ♦Kingston, 

N. Y. 
Burton J. , Hotaling, 1903, 18 

Ten Eyck Ave. 
Charles Maar, 1889, fL. D. 25, 

Capitol. ^538 Morris St. 
Arthur H. Mershon, 1914, t«are 

of Del. and Hudson R. R. 

Company. ^174 State St. 
Arthur B. Murphy, 1910, 649 

State St. 



Albany. 

Benjamin H. Nichols, Bureau of 

Health, City Building. 
Robert C. Pruyn, 1869, 60 State 

St. 
J. Waterbury Scudder, 1883, The 

Albany Academy. 
Alexander B. Wilkie, 1911, 216 

Ontario St. 
John Wirth, 1900, 469 S. Pearl 

St. 
Graham C, Woodruff, 1900, 
tUnion Station. ^143 «. Lake 
Ave. 
Asa Wynkoop, 1887, 336 State 
St. 
Alexandria Bay. 

Charles F. Benjamin, Jr., 1898. 
Alifred. 

Waldo A. Tltsworth, 1900, Al- 
fred University. 
Amenia. 

Olin R. Rundall, 1913. 
Amsterdam. 

J. Harvey Murphy, 1906, 7 

Trinity Place. 
Levi M. Strong, 1870, 281 Guy 
Park Ave. 
Astoria. 

George F. Fitch, 1909, ^44 Wool- 

sey St. tNew York City. 
Robert Nutt, 1909, ^71 Temple 
St. tNew York City. 
Attica. 

Glenn G. Maxon, 1910. 
Volney D. Schlick, 1903. 
Auburn. 

Harry T. Dayton, 1892, fNew 
York City. 
Babylon. 

Robert D. Merrill, ''1893. 
Baldwin. 

Edgar T. Hurley, 1916. 
Bayslde. 

Arthur W. Knapp, 1894. 
Beacon. 

Paull J. Challen, 1891, Penvale. 
James G. Meyer, 1884. 
William W. Schomp, 1876. 

Bedford. 

Richard S. Conover, Jr., 1893. 

Berne. 

Madison M. Ball, 1873. 
Binghamton. • 

Charles W. Gerrmann, 1910, 185 

Washington St. 
Charles H. Goff, 1897, 36 Pine 
St. 



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Bliss. 

Burt J. Peffer, 1910. 
Blooming Grove» 

Benjamin C. Sears, 1857. 
Marcus C. Sears, 1891. 
Bloomlngton. 

Albert A. Zabriskle, 1865. 
Bronx vllle. 

Eugene L. Hurley, 1895, Armour 

Villa Park. fNew York City. 
Brookhaven. 

Frederick E. Allen, 1873. 
Brooklyn. 

John B. Alden, 1882, 23d Ave. 

and Cropsey Ave., Benson- 
hurst. 
Dean C. Anderson, 1912, ♦1239 

President St. t35 Nostrand 

Ave. 
Roy B. Anderson, 1914, 1358 

President St. 
Frederick C. Baum, 1896, 485 

Pacific St. 
Herbert Bergamini, 1913, 252 

67th St. 
Jerome L. Bergen, 1863, 370 

Hancock St. 
Richard B Bevler, 1916, 212 

Berkeley Ave. 
Ralph W. Booth, Jr., 1900, 1062 

Bergen St. 
Abraham S. Brinkerhoff, 1877, 

544 Monroe St. 
Clifford S. Brinkerhoff, 1906, 544 

Monroe St. 
Jesse W. Brooks, 1881, tl31 

Waverly Ave. *288 Lafayette 

Ave. 
Arthur C. Busch, 1915, *592 2d 

St. tNew York City. 
Nathan Campbell, 1904, 2416 

Putnam Ave. 
Samuel W. Clason, 1864, 64 Han- 
cock St. 
John Currie, 1858, 164 Montague 

St. 
Ralph P. Davles, 1907, 1050 

Bergen St. 
Orville E. Fisher, 1902, 1828 83d 

St. 
Everett M. Freystadt, 1912, 463 

E. 19th St. 
Perry J. Fuller, 1874, *105 Lin- 
coln Place. fNew York City. 
Jaihes C. Garretson, 1871, 3403 

Glenwood Road. 
Raymond L. Greene, 1909, •771 

Westminster Road. fBrooklyn 

Union Gas Company. 



Brooklyn. 

Andrew Hageman, 1871, 1239 
Herkimejr St. 

James W. Hageman, 1903, 1239 
Herkimer St. 

T. Dean Halllwell, Jr., 1907, 566 
44th St. 

William W. Hallock, 1889, ♦314 
E. 18th St. tNew York City. 

Charles F. Hammond, 1903, 319 
Lincoln PL 

Howard C. Hasbrouck, 1891, 653 
Schenck Ave. 

Isaac E. Hasbrouck, 1865, 364 
Carlton Ave. 

Donald Havens, 1913, ^55 Han- 
sen Place. tNew York City. 

Edgar G. Herrmann, 1916, 1005 
E. 40th St. 

Carl J. Heyser, 1897, 28 Brad- 
ford St. 

John A. Hitzelberg, 1905, 314 
56th St. 

Isaac Mac M. Holly, 1889, 673 
St. Mark's Ave. 

Stanley I. Horn, 1916, 177 Lenox 
Road. 

George B. Jackson, 1896, 15 
Alice Court. 

John E. Jennings, 1896, 282 Jef- 
ferson Ave. 

George H. Johnson, 1882, 113 
Columbia Heights. 

Albert G. Leeds, 1914, 161 Nor- 
wood Ave. 

John C. Loud, 1895, 217 Have- 
meyer St. 

Ward B. Malmar, 1915, 632 
Flatbush Ave. 

John R. Manley, 1874, ^822 
Marcy Ave. t367 Fulton St. 

George R. Maxson, 1914, t963 
Utica Ave. ♦Locust, N. J. 

Andrew J. Meyer, 1897, 15 Him- 
rod St. 

Ralph C. Morris, 1903, 1361 53d 
St. 

William B. Murray, Jr., 1911, 28 
Hampton Place. 

Harmon B. Niver, 1888, 882 
Union St. 

Warren M. Osborn, 1890, 337 
Greene^ St. 

DoTrance W. Palmer, 1911, 227 
Lincoln Road. 

Richard S. Pearse, 1898, 830 
Quincy St. . 

Norman L. Perry, 1858, 264 Al- 
bany Ave. 



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RUTGERS COLI>EGE. 



Brooklyn. 

Burton S. Phllbrook, 1894, 85 

Nevius St. 
Van Wagenen Pingry, 1913, 133 

Gates Ave. 
John O. Polak, 1889, 287 Clin- 
ton Ave. 
Charles S. Pool, 1896, 122 Joral- 

mon St. 
William P. Pool, 1891, 166 Clin- 
ton St. 
Augustus M. Price, 1878, 350 

Fulton St. 
Rodman M. Price, 1871, 150 

Chestnut St. 
John D. Prince, Jr., 1876, 61 

Martense St. 
A. Messier Quick, 1860, 56 7th 

Ave. 
DeWltt V. D. Relley, 1886, 

•2022 Church Ave. fNew 

York City. 
N. Grant Richie, 1902, tl05 St. 

Jaines Place. •Orange, N. J. 
Franklin M. Ritchie, 1915, 810 

Sterling Place. 
Allison B. Roome, 1896, tl58 

Montague St. •Roslyn, N. Y. 
George Safford, 1911, •I 58 Un- 

derhlll Ave. fNew York City. 
George H. Schedler, 1910, 405 

4th St. 
Harry N. Selvage, 1893, ♦462 

3d St. tNew York City. 
Edwin K. Sexton, 1900, 422 Jef- 
ferson Ave. 
Walter A. Sherwood, 1896, 289 

Garfield Place. 
George B. Shettle, 1904, t720 

Halsey St •133 Nichols Ave. 
E. Brooks Simmons, 1913, 167 

Joralmon St. 
William E. Skillman, 1915, 315 

B. 18th St. 
James H. Smith, 1908, 1635 

49th St. 
Robert G. Sparrow, 1913, ^455 

B. 17th St. fNew York City. 
George I. Stokes, 1901, 26 St. 

Charles Place. 
Thomas M. Strong, 1895, 2022 

Church Ave. 
Chester H Tapping, 1895, 83 

Gates Ave. 
Elmer H. Van Wagenen, 1914, 

27 Madison St. 
Alexander Van Wagoner, 1890, 

164 Montague St. 



Brooklyn. 

Ralph S. Voorhees, 1890, 2137 

83d St. 
Charles F. Watkins, 1902, 154 

Van Buren St. 
Herman C. Weber, 1895, 129 

Columbia Heights. 
Walter F. Wells, 1892, •seo 

Pearl St. fCare of Edison 

Electrical Iirg Co. 
Edward H. Williams, 1900, 223 

89th St. 
Richard L. Williams, 1872, 392 

Westminster Road. 
Charles S. Wright, 1873, 7922 

18th Ave. 
William F. Wyckoff, 1877, t215 

Montague St. •Jamaica, 

N. Y. 
Buffalo. • 

William H. Boocock, 1885, 70 

Wadsworth St. 
Charles S. Chamberlain, 1893, 

367 Pennsylvania St. 
Hubert M. Chester, 1897, 51 

Park St. 
Robert A. Klein, 1908, 119 Au- 
burn Ave. 
John O. McCall, 1901, 437 

Franklin St. 
Joseph Silbert, 1915, 1054 Elli- 

cott St. 
Cairo. 

J. Wesley Bulmer, 1915. 
Canajoharie. 

Joel Loucks, 1881. 
Allen S. Merchant, 1903. 
Canandaigua. 

Livingston L. Taylor, 1881. 
CatskiU. 

James A. Deane, 1866. 

L. Simmons Ernst, 1914, 75 W. 

Bridge St. 
Sidney O. Lawsing, 1874. 
James P. Philip, 1882, Catskill 

Natl. Bank. 
Harold F. Plusch, 1916. 
Morgan G. Smith, 1909, Divi- 
sion St. 
Chappaqua. 

Warren R. Laity, 1914. 
Chatham^ 

William J. Leggett, 1872.- 
Chester. 

John N. Bernart, 1882. 
Clrclevllle. 

Raymond D. Howell, 1913. 



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Claverack. 

Herman Hageman, 1879. 

Clarence B. Seipel, 1905. fNew 
York City. 
Clifton Springs. 

Charles P. W. Merritt, 1871. 
Clinton Comers. 

Stewart L. B. Tweed, 1903. 
Cobleskill. 

Ford C. Sommers, 1909. 
Cohoes. 

Leslie M. Hay, 1906. 

Oliver H. Walser, 1875. 
Cold Spring. 

Oswald Haldane, 1873. 
Cornwall. 

Herman C. Brewster, 1911. 

Morris M. Dayidson, 1902. 
tFirthcliffe, N. Y. 
Corona. 

J. Daniels Bichardson, 1902, 60 

. Vine St. 
Coxsackie. 

Arthur J. Collier, 1889. 

Andrew W. Van Slyke, 1868. 
Cutchogue. 

H. OryiUe Beebe, 1910. 
Delanson. 

Allen F. Marcley, 1911. 
Dclmar. 

Fletcher V. W. Uehman, 1897. 
Dongan Hills. 

Dale C. Boberts, 1905, 95 Tyson 
Aye. 
Douglaston. 

George C. Dodge, 1906, fGreat 
Bend, N. Y. 
Duanesburgh. 

John L. Stillwell, 1879. 
Bast Greenbush. 

William E. Simpson, 1901. 
East Hampton. ^ 

Daniel Talmage, 1868. 
East Moriches. 
• Bobert Lefferts, 1881. 
Ellicottville. 

Albert B. Herman, 1887. 
Ephratah. 

Boyal A. Stanton, 1913. 
Far Bockaway. 

Fred. B. Mackey, 1912, James 
St. Garage. 
Feura Bush. 

Theodore A. Hageman, 1908. 

Pirthcliffe. 

Morris M. Davidson, 1902, fFlrth 
Carpet Co. * Cornwall, N. Y. 



Flushing. 

Hendrlck A. Hendrickson, 1875. 

Irwin W. Howell, 1895, *44 

Geranium Ave. tHaxrison, N. 

J. 

Malcolm Mackenzie, 1918, 87 S. 

Parsons Ave. 
Lewis B. Moore, 1911, 155 Bowne 

Ave. 
Bobert Nutt, 1909, ♦176 Chest- 
nut St. tNew York City. 
Bobert E. Parsons, 1888, *371 
Broadway. tNew York City. 
Minor Swick, 1858, 54 S. Par- 
sons Ave. 
Fonda. 

Henry C, Cussler, 1893. 
Forest Glen. 

George LeFevre, 1878. 
I Solomon LeFevre, 1882. 

Forest Hills. 

Charles C. Hommann, Jr., 1910, 
tNew York City. 
Frankfort. 

Clarence A. Wilbur, 1908, 44 4th^ 
Ave. 
Gansevoort. 

Arthur LeG. Berger, 1904. 
Gardiner. 

John Neander, 1911. 
Germantown. 

Sanford W. Hover, 1892. 
Benjamin F. White, 1901. 
Ghent. 

John Black, 1898. 
Peter DeMeester, 1910, 
Glen Cove. 

Clarkson Bunyon, Jr., 1895. 
Glens Falls. 

Frank I. Bowler, 1910. 
Gloversville. 

Stephen McCulloch, 1896, 161 
Bleecker St. 
Goshen. 

Bensselaer Weston, 1868. 
Great Bend. 

George C. Dodge, 1906, ♦Douglas- 
ton, N. Y. 
Great Kills. 

B. Warren Presley, 1911, 3843 
Amboy Boad. 

George T. Vaules, 1898. 
Greendale. 

C. Arlington Hallenbeck, 1914, 
tNew Brunswick, N. J. 

Greenville. 

David B. Van Dyck, 1914. 



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RUTGERS CbLLEGE. 



Groton. 

Clarence W. Kip, 1904, P. O. 
Box 437. 
GuUderland Centre. 

Edwin O. Moffett, 1882. 
Hartsdale. 

James C. Stout, 1891, fNew 
York City. 
Hastlngs-on-Hudson. 

Ellas W. Thompson, 1889. 
Haverstraw. 

George M. Lllburn, 1883. 
Herkimer. 

J. Howard Brinckerhoff, 1905, 2 

Park Place. 
Alonzo C. Plngman, 1879. 
nicksvllle. 

Frederick Woelfle, 1912. 
Highland. 

George W. Pratt, Jr., 1914. 
Hillsdale. 

George H. Cook, 1905. 
Hollls. 

David t: Marshall, 1887, fNew 
York City. 
Hopewell Junction. 

Frank VanWyck, 1875. 
Howe Cave. 

Harry C. Morehouse, 1905. 
Hudson. 

Charles B. Benson, 1889, 221 

Warren St. 
Guy F. Buckman, 1916, 250 War- 
ren St. 
Frederick J. Collier, 1878. 
Ezra D. De Lamater, 1871, 202 

Union St. 
Charles Esselstyn, 1891, t"The 

Republican." *857 Allen St. 
J. Edward Glfford, 1894, care of 

Glfford Wood Company. 
William C. Hawver, 1911, 542 

Warren St. 
James M. Martin, 1899. 
A. Tremalne McKlnstry, 1914, 

Fair and Tract St. 
H. Payson Pitcher, 1910, 509 

Union St. 
Claudius Rockefeller, 1873, 403 

Warren St. 
John C. Smock, 1862. 
Richard M. Whltbeck, 1859, 65 
Greene St. 
Huntington. 

Joseph C. Obecny, 1913, R. F. 
D. No. 2. 
Hurley. 

Jesse F. Durfee, 1910. 
Richard B. HlUer, 1916. 



Interlaken. 

William H. Quick, 1875. 
Ithaca. 

Lane Cooper, 1896, Cornell Uni- 
versity. 
Walter R. Cornell, 1907, 438 N. 

Aurora St. 
Henry J. Grant, 1865, 314 N. 

Cayuga St. 
Wflllam E. Griffls, 1869. 
Jamaica. 

H. Jay Howell, 1904, Box 53. 
Charles E. Ingersoll, 1889, 30 

Desmond Ave. 
Anthony H. Rottger, 1894. 
William L. Tharp, 1903, 8 Hard- 

enbrook Ave. 
William F. Wyckoff, 1877, 90 

Herrlman Ave. fBrooklyn, N. 

Y. 
Jamesport. 

Frank Voorhees, 1892. 
Jamestown. 

Morris N. Bemus, 1885, 210 

Prendergast Ave. 
Johnston. 
• Peter S. Beekman, 1884, 1 Irving 

St. 
Kingston. 

Austin Si Basten, 1909, 69 Main 

St. 
E. Van Dyck Basten, 1914, 69 

Main St. 
Cornelius Bruyn, 1887. 
Theodore H. Conklln, 1914, 2 

Main St. 
Henry R. De Witt, 1898, 22 

Lafayette Ave. 
Louis A. DuBols, 1879. 
Tracy L. Elmendorf, 1916, 79 

O'Nell St. 
^ Richard L. Bltlnge, 1897, 72 

Maiden Lane. 
Newton H. Fessenden, 1911, t595 

Broadway. ^256 Washington 

Ave. 
Charles B. Finch, 1908, 17 Pearl 

St. 
Joseph M. Fowler, 1895, t293 

Wall St. ♦105 St. James St. 
Gilbert D. B. Hasbrouck, 1880. 

209 Clinton Ave. 
Jacob D. P. Hasbrouck, 1885, 

t240 Fair St. *147 Main St. 
Walter D. Hasbrouck, 1880, 85 

O'Neil St. 
Clifford Horsfall, 1914, *61 Wall 

St. tAlbany, N. Y. 



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435 



Kingston. 

Lloyd F. Regendahl, 1914, •IQ 
O'Neil St. tKingston Gas and 
Electric Company. 
John W. Searing, 1874. 
Alexander B. Shufeldt, 1908. 
James P. Tobey, 1913, 40 E. St. 

James St. 
Henry D. W. Tremper, 1896, 208 

Albany Ave. 
Amos Van Btten, 1874, *12 W. 

Chestnut St. t260 Fair St. 
Huyler W. Van Hoevenberg, 
1904, 195 Wall St. 
Knox. 

. William E. Davis, 1868. 
Krumyille. 

Theodore A. Beekman, 1882. 
Lake Katrine. 

Lester W. Brett, 1915. 
Lajchmont. 

Spencer H. Cone, 1869. 

J. Le Moyne Danner, Jr., 1897, 

Forest Park. 
ThoAas A. Patrie, 1867, 67 Cliff 
Way. 
Laurel. 

George R. Garretson, 1870. 
LawyersYille. 

Charles W. Smith, 1913. 
Lodi. 

Edward J. Meeker, 1896. 
Long Island City. 

Harold Talt, 1887, Bureau of 

Sewers. 
Frederick N. Wardwell. 1906, 
281 Borden Ave. 
Lowvllle. 

Charles L. Knapp, 1869. 

Lynbrook. j 

William L. Kuehnle, 1902, *24 I 

Pearsal Ave. tNew York City. I 

Mariner's Harbor. , 

William B. Compton, 1894, 61 ^ 

Lockman Ave. 

Mastic. , 

Augustus Floyd, 1865. i 

Mayfleld. | 

Robert J. Hogan, 1891. 
Middleburgh. 

George Z. Collier, 1883. 
George L. Danforth, 1863. 
Middletown. 

E. Johnson De Witt, -1915, *7 | 

Low Ave. tN. Y., O. and W. I 

Rwy. 

William E. Kelly, 1898, Middle- ! 

town State Hospital. , 



Middletown. 

Theodore D. -Mills, 1874, 60 W. 

Main St. 
Abram V. N. Powelson, 1864. 
Ralph D. Van Duzer, 1907, 25 
East Ave. 
Minaville. 

Richard A. Pearse, 1870. 
Mineola. 

William L. Gay, 1916. 
Monsey. 

Herman T. Hopper, 1905. 
Montgomery. 

Bruce Ballard, 1907. 
Montrose. 

Stephen D. Bogardus, 1896. 
Mt. Vernon. 

Nathan H. Demarest, 1880, 247 

Bedford Ave. 
Daniel H. McLaury, 1893, *19 
Adams St. fNew York City. 
Newark. 

Louis D. Nadel, 1914, 20 Mercer 
St. 
New Brighton. 

Francis M. Hummel, 1901, St. 

George. 
Harry L. Janeway, 1874, 11 St. 

Marks Place. 
Havelock Walser, 1898, tNew 
• York City. 
Newburgh. 

Clarence E. Seipel, 1905, t39 S. 
Miller St. *Claverack, N. Y. 
Robert H. Barr, 1875, 193 Lib- 
erty St. 
Peter Crispell, 1884. 
M. Seymour Purdy, 1900. 
William A. Smith, 1911, 3 Cath- 
erine St. 
New Hackensack. 

Alexander M. Conger, 1910. 
New Hyde Park. 

William N. MacNeill, 1908. 
New Kingston. 

Milton A. Thomson, 1915. 
New Paltz. 

Abraham D. Brodhead, 1885. 
Roelif E. Du Bois, 1905. 
Calvin E. Lasher, 1870, R. F. D. 

No. 2. 
George L. Relyea, 1912. 
New Rochelle. 

Arthur N. Bingham, 1893. 
Ellis B. McLaury, 1900. 
Newtonvllle. 

John H. Scarlet, 1879. 



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RUTGEES COLLEGE. 



New York. 

Wlnfred R. Ackert, 1892, 416 
W. 54th St. 

H. Randolph AndeTSon, 1889, 84 
William St. 

Richard A. Anthony, 1881, 14 
Wall St 

Henry G. Atwater, 1904, tl5 
Dey St.- ♦Westfleld, N. J. 

Louis D. Ayres, 1896, 50 B. 4l8t 
St. 

James W. Babcock, 1909, 75